This week has been a busy week, although to sit down now and tell you what I have been up to leaves me lacking for words. The same thing happens when I see someone and they ask what I’ve been up to . . . I can’t think of a thing.
Last Saturday we had a lovely ladies meeting/brunch at the church. It was so nice to have this lovely group of ladies hostess; they did a great job.
This dear lady was going around taking pictures before it started.
She saw these two walking by and had them hold still so she could get a picture. She snapped the picture (not this one but one all the same).
Here’s just a small sampling of the scrumptious eats.
There was an array of cheese, crackers, veggies, meats, toasts with toppings (which I only ate the toppings of because it’s too carby for me), and fruits (with optional chocolate sauce which I also skipped). It was wonderful to be able to eat food that was in line with my diet, thus no guilt.
Our speaker, Inga Husko, has an interesting testimony so foreign to my own. Growing up in Latvia in the 70’s was not easy and way different from life in the USA in the 70’s.
I’m excited for this weekend because this little fella is coming for a visit!
This sweetie’s birthday is coming up and we’re going to celebrate this weekend.
A couple of weeks ago, I pulled out a new set of flannel sheets to put on my bed. When I did I found this odd piece of tape on the underside of the fitted sheet.
Seriously, what is that!!! I removed the tape and washed the sheets, just to be safe. Who knows what weirdness that is. The sheet was not ripped. There did not seem to be anything there, under the tape.
I was surprised how much I loved these sheets. They are a nice plaid and flannel. I never thought I’d do flannel sheets. Last year I bought a set of flannel sheets for Michael because he’s always so cold and found that I really liked them. So I got another set this year.
The biggest thing I did this week was so much baking but I’ve rambled enough for today and will probably share it with you on Tuesday. I hope you have a good weekend; I know we will.
Until next time, God bless,
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