Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Menu Along: Thriller, Saint Nicholas and All Saints
While I wish I could say I finished Nejat's blanket, all I've been working on is Saint Nicholas. Aside from the fact that I need to get a finished photo to the editor, I realized that I wanted to include this design in the 2016 Indie Designer Gift-a-Long, and that means it needs to be published no later than November 12. Yikes! So, I'm hustling. In between taking care of the eleventy billion things going on at home, with the kids, in our neighborhood, and so on. This also means that my photo is from this past Saturday instead of yesterday or today, so there is actually more knit now.
Rich and I are still reading Hillbilly Elegy. It's slow going, because we are reading it aloud in bed, and only when we are not too exhausted to read.
After finishing Persuasion with the kids for their literature, we took another turn at Life, the Universe, and Everything for fun. We're just about finished, and will move on to the fifth book of the increasingly ill named trilogy.
Also posting to Keep Calm and Craft On and Yarn Fanatic.
We have been slammed over the past couple
Today, though, Kim is on my mind. Along with all the people we love who have died to this world in the love and faith of God, she is on my mind especially on this All Saints' Feast. We are thankful for all those who have gone before us, who lived as examples of the life of Christ, and whose work continues as they pray for us in the presence of God. We also pray for all those who have passed that they might find eternal rest and joy in the resurrection. One thing we always try to do is to listen to the Litany of the Saints. Our children love to listen for their names. They usually hear the litany at three liturgies of the year, unless there is a funeral mass. But each year we play it on the feast of All Saints.
Breakfast: Oatmeal with Apples and Cinnamon Sugar, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Penne with Meat Sauce, Caesar Salad, Italian Bread, Pumpkin Cupcakes
Breakfast: Toast with Feta, Tomatoes, Za'atar and Olive Oil, Sliced Apples, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Takeout Pizza (We had two vouchers for a free giant sized that we used, since we knew we'd be late with the whole Thriller performance thing), Salad
- Tuesday - Feast of All Saints
Breakfast: Peanut Butter Toast, Leftover Poundcake, Sliced Asian Pears, Coffee and Milk
Dinner: Fancy Hot Dogs, Egg Noodles, Salad
- Wednesday - Commemoration of All Souls Departed
Breakfast: Chilaquiles with Poblanos and Onions, Mint Tea with Honey
Dinner: Cream of Onion Soup, Herbed Biscuits, Winter Carrot Slaw
Breakfast: BLTs, Sliced Apples, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Arabian Spaghetti (with Lamb), Slow Sauteed Green Beans
Breakfast: Cold Cereal and Milk, Fruit Plate, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Pasta with Sardines, Leftover Slaw
Breakfast: Apple Cinnamon Waffles with Butter, Bacon, Milk and Coffee
Dinner: Enchiladas Blancas, Black Beans, Salsa Rice, Salad, Ice Cream
I like the colors you have chosen, too, and can't wait to see what it looks like when you are finished.
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