While the tomatoes and good stuff were baking at 400 degrees F, I put some water on to boil for pasta. Once the pasta was cooked ... I used rigatoni ... the tomatoes had "exploded" and released their sweet goodness.
I tossed that with my pasta and sprinkled on some fresh chopped basil.
Miss Boots and I had an unexpected visitor last night. After supper dishes, I was in the "reading room" with a book, and Boots was in the "reading room" with me -- cuz we share those kind of special moments, don't you know -- scratching her chin on her hair brush. All of a sudden, we both heard the sound of a cat eating kibble! ANOTHER cat eating BOOTSY'S kibble!
I had left our balcony door open because it was a warm evening, and the kitty from two balconies down had come a'calling! The only way she could have accessed our apartment was tiptoeing along balcony railings - 3 floors above the ground! YIKES! Poor Boots just stared with great big shocked eyes -- she couldn't figure out what to do! I scooped the kitty and returned her down the hall to her rightful apartment / human.
Made both Bootsy and I think about OTHER critters in our neighbourhood . . . . . .