I have been hunting for a new bed for Harrison in the trailer. He is currently playing on and sleeping on the Nugget Couch. So, off to IKEA I go hunting for something that is kid and fifth-wheel space friendly. I did find an ottoman that seems to be perfect, but getting it to us is our next step. (In the times of COVID-19 getting anything from anywhere can be a long process). Also, I promise this leads me to Instant Pot Swedish Meatloaf… lol
Something new is coming…
We do have some pretty big (and challenging) updates to the trailer that are coming. As always, the goal to get us a bit more space and a nice corner of the trailer where both Dave and I can work. Right now I am in the back “bed/office” space with a camping table. It’s not terrible, I am pretty comfortable back there — it would just be nice to have an official desk.
Having a specific space for work will also ensure that the kiddos are not crawling all over us while we are trying to work. It also will put us both up against a window while working which makes me SUPER excited about. The ottoman I picked out will be perfect to sit on as I work, and then used to put our feet up at night. From there, it will be Harrison’s bed!
Cooking up some Instant Pot Swedish Meatloaf
I promise that story leads me to this recipe. Haha. We used to always get a few Swedish meatballs when we visited IKEA. With the social distancing precautions IKEA has been doing only curbside pickup and delivery, so sadly, no meatballs.
I asked Dave to make some Swedish meatballs for me — well, in true Dave fashion, he made it his own and instead of taking a ton of time to make meatballs, he made a huge instant pot Swedish meatloaf. It was SO good, and hit the meatball sized hole in my heart.
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Instant Pot Swedish Meatloaf
Swedish Meatballs, one of everybody's favorite meals, twisted into delicious Swedish meatloaf. Swedish meatballs have such unique and rich sauce how can you pass it by when it's on the menu. I love meatballs but they takes a lot of effort and time to make all of those meatballs and decided to make the mouthwatering recipe into an easy meatloaf.
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