Friday, September 19, 2014

My pizzeria

 is open today
2 homemade pizzas, house smells awesome!

8 comments:

Linda www.PictureTrail.com/sewhappy said...

Carol, I am writing in regard to what you bought from Weather Tech for your car. My husband is interested in ordering from the company and asked me to ask you if you got the floor liners or the floor mats and how have they held up? I am thinking that you no longer have the car you bought them for. TIA and have a great weekend!

Belinda said...

Looks delicious, Carol. Pizza is one of my favorite dinners.

Lynda D said...

I finally googled what CT was. Doh! You are missing one Living in... from your blog list. LOL.

CTMOM said...

Linda
My now X has always recommended this particular brand of mats, and we have always used them. Yes, I bought them in Aug 2013 for my former car, not knowing that I would be getting rid of that car just a few months later, in Dec 2013. When I bought my current car, I immediately ordered a set of floor liner mats for the front/back seat areas (are all rubberized plastic or whatever they are made of) as well as a liner for the rear, hatchback cargo area. Best price is to buy them directly from teh manufacturer. Car places mark them up and the knockoffs are trim your own to fit. No thanks. I'll stick with the real McCoy, knowing that they are computer sized to exactly fit my car. Simply remove them and hose them down. Scrub with broom and some dish soap-done! They are essential in any zone that gets Winter weather, and are a good idea for everywhere that gets significant rain.

HTH

CTMOM said...

Linda
My now X has always recommended this particular brand of mats, and we have always used them. Yes, I bought them in Aug 2013 for my former car, not knowing that I would be getting rid of that car just a few months later, in Dec 2013. When I bought my current car, I immediately ordered a set of floor liner mats for the front/back seat areas (are all rubberized plastic or whatever they are made of) as well as a liner for the rear, hatchback cargo area. Best price is to buy them directly from teh manufacturer. Car places mark them up and the knockoffs are trim your own to fit. No thanks. I'll stick with the real McCoy, knowing that they are computer sized to exactly fit my car. Simply remove them and hose them down. Scrub with broom and some dish soap-done! They are essential in any zone that gets Winter weather, and are a good idea for everywhere that gets significant rain.

HTH

Linda www.PictureTrail.com/sewhappy said...

Thank you, Carol, we live in south central PA where winters have been harsh and rain, well, my hometown of Johnstown is known as the Flood City due to history making floods in 1889, 1936, and 1977. I appreciate the info and I know my husband will, too.

Shara said...

I am a big fan of homemade pizza. :-)

Baroness Prudent Spending said...

Those pizza's look gorgeous! ~ Pru