It does look a lot like a skinny header (a bad one), but it really is a panoramic 360° view of my home and neighborhood.
Do you enjoy watching Shark Tank? We catch it Friday nights on ABC at nine. This past Friday, an app was featured using an iPhone to take panoramic views. It's called *Cycloramic.* The presenter described it then as being a free app. By the time I arrived at the App store on Saturday morning, it was no longer free, but selling for $1.99.
Still a good deal I thought. So I have had some fun with it. I downloaded it to my iPad and you know how not so good my iPad camera is, but I think you iPhone people could do a great job with it. I obviously moved a little fast as one neighbor has lost his entire barn and the other his front door.
Check it out. You might like it, too! (Bet this has Donna and the professionals in stitches...every pun intended. ☺)
Saturday was spent lying low literally. I caught up on some much-needed rest and began feeling better almost immediately.
By Sunday, I was back up and at'em and made John a nice Sunday dinner of baked steak, baked potatoes, and creamed corn (should have been carrots for the pop of color, but I was in the mood for bland). After washing up the dishes, I made a batch of thin, crispy chocolate chip cookies.
John says that this recipe for baked steak is a keeper. You can see my secret ingredient in the bottle behind the pan on the lower left. (Worcestershire Sauce~1 tsp maybe 2)
I say the thin, crispy chocolate chip cookies are not going to be repeated. It's from Martha Stewart's cookie cookbook. I love so many of the recipes in that book, but this one? Not so much. Course if you want a cookie that is big and is thin and crispy, *this is for you.*
Another Downton Abbey in the can...discussion coming Wednesday. After that, I watched Sherlock Holmes for the second time. Fascinating! I think that I'm hooked just that quickly.
Oh and I am thrilled, absolutely thrilled, that there will only be six more weeks of winter. See, it's all in how you phrase a matter. ☺ Things are looking up!
*(Although I have the exact link for this recipe and though I type it in the box, I cannot get it to open either on my iPad or my PC. Slightly annoying. And the thing is, there are hundreds of Baked Steak recipes. I have even scrolled through them a few gazillion times. I've done enough for the cause. I'm sure that any of them are great. I selected the easiest one.)