While I do not feel comfortable going into the details, I can sum it up into two words...Identity Theft.
We are fine now, rattled, a bit irate, but okay! I keep telling myself there are worse things that could happen. We are healthy, have a roof over our heads and clothes on our backs.
On a lighter note..."Big Girl" started grad school...is doing amazingly well. Was thrilled to get a 100 on her first accounting "problem" (she is not a math child...we keep telling her it isn't the same as Algebra, LOL). And, attended her first Paint concert...loud music, paint shot at audience to said music, you guessed it...you go home COVERED! They (she and the "keeper") had a blast and the pictures were hysterical.
"Baby Girl" has adjusted to life far away from home, however...we think she's a wee bit homesick this week. The weather went from 105 to the low 70s (little cooler at times) and rain! Not a good combo for a child who suffers from weather related migraines! She has gotten herself involved in many groups, is loving college football (front row and on tv for both games thus far), and attended an awesome mission conference this weekend. She is coming home for her first visit in two weeks to celebrate her birthday and we can't wait!!!
Hubby and I have adjusted quite well. We do still have one little one at home, okay...she has four legs, but she is still the princess! (sorry Elie!)
I recently hosted book club at our home, and had prepared an antipasto platter for everyone to munch on. It was such a success that hubby and I decided to use the leftovers and create our own tray for dinner tonight along with "to die for" garlic rolls.
Pepper Crusted Salami, Salami, Pepperoni, Prosciutto
Provolone and Pecorino CheeseMixed Olives (green, black, kalamata)
Roasted Red Peppers with olive oil and garlic
Crackers and Breadsticks
This is such an easy platter to put together, and easy to adjust the quantity according to the number of people you will be serving.
We also had some rolls leftover (we had served Pastrami with Horseradish Sauce as well)...so we heated them and melted some butter, minced garlic and added some fresh grated parmesan cheese. YUM!!!
It was a fun change of pace, and perfect for Game Day!!