Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Things that go "Click" in the Night

I have been a night-owl lately, and not by choice.  The little "nugget", or "peanut" or "p-nugget", as we've taken to calling her, likes to eat.  A lot.  

So, I get up.  A lot.  And try to stay awake.  That's where my iPhone has come in handy.  I can catch-up on Facebook and Twitter - not that I really remember what I'm reading, but hey, it keeps me awake.

It's during these times that I have been finding new Apps for my iPhone and I thought I'd share a couple of my recent favorites with you.

Some of you know that I am a Mark Bittman fan.  I love his books, his column, and now his "Slog", which is a combination "salon" & "blog."  

So, I was ecstatic to find his "How to Cook Everything" App for the iPhone - and only $1.99 - for a limited time!
How to Cook Everything (Completely Revised 10th Anniversary Edition), Completely Revised 10th Anniversary Edition: 2,000 Simple Recipes for Great Food
The next App I came across will help me when I'm knitting and don't have time to run 
to the local yarn shop for help.  It's the Vogue Knitting app. 
I like that it has a "Stitchionary" and also goes over basic techniques, as well as 
help "fixing" your mistakes.
The Best of Vogue Knitting Magazine: 25 Years of Articles, Techniques, and Expert Advice

Always nice to know that inspiration is only a "click" away when I'm up in the middle of 
the night.  God bless the "P-Nugget."  And I won't be sad when she starts 
sleeping through the night!

The Real "Tired" Housewife of Sheboygan County

1 comment:

  1. Oh those long night feedings. You will never forget them. But they will end up becoming less long. I always noticed a difference at six weeks and then again at 3 months. What a great reason for a sore neck. Beautiful.


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