A little everyday chit chat around the table...like we all used to do around my Grandmothers' tables when I was growing up. A little of this...a little of that...nothing too special...but as the years pass, all of it seems so. Come, sit at the Table, contribute, enjoy, stay as long as you want, leave when you need to, and return often!
A fall shot of my favorite Still Waters place at Butler University where I can wait for Matt while he is in choir rehearsal...about the end of it this year as it is getting cold!
READING:Roman Art from the Louvre
POOLSIDE READING: Carolyn Hart's mysteries
LISTENING TO: Religious music...being All Saints Day and all
COOKING THROUGH: Soups and stews...everyone on the go every night, so it has been "Scoop and Scoot" all week.
FAV NEW FIND: Membrillo (Quince paste -- serve with crackers and cheese...very tasty)
FAV THING TODAY: Today and every day...I never take these for granted...Non-maintenance phone calls from my husband...you know, the calls where he just calls me to say hello, that he is thinking about me, that he had a few extra minutes and wanted to spend them talking with me...how sweet is that always? Big points in the Greatest Husband Department for Non-Maintenance phone calls. (Maintenance phone calls are nice, too, but those are to coordinate schedules, check on this, that, and the other...maintenance things. Non-maintenance are those little sweet romantic calls that make a girl's heart beat just a little faster...big difference between the two, right? What can I say, the guy still sets my heart aflutter after 30 years...what's not to love about that?)
SCRAPBOOK PAGES THIS WEEK; Four.
GOING TO: Guerin football game vs. Sheridan (one of the football powers in the state, so our little surprise of winning two games already in sectionals is probably going to come to a halt, but we will cheer mightily anyway for the possibility of a sectional final win Friday night); swim meet on Sat. and Sun., IYC concert in Ft. Wayne (2-1/2 hours away) on Saturday afternoon which means we swim all morning at the meet, drive up to Ft. Wayne still wet, rehearse a bit, have a 4:00 performance, and then head back to Indy where we get up again at 5:30 a.m. to swim in the meet on Sunday morning and have IYC singing in the afternoon, followed by LifeTeen. "I think we can, I think we can, I think we can...." said the Little Engine! No moss growing under our feet...how about there?