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!
READING: Bits and pieces of a stack of things I have around here that I just wanted to read bits and pieces of...historical in nature, all of it.
LISTENING TO: Guns N Roses...it started with November Rain and then I just kept going as I have too many favorites to just pick one or two, yes, it's true.
COOKING BYTES: Reading up on Afghan cooking for this month's My Kitchen My World...am thinking this one is doable. Leslie, Margaret, and I are cooking Indian food every now and again together on Twitter, so photo is the shrimp curry and spicy cucumbers that we made last week...Naan was supposed to have accompanied it, but...well, I sort of forgot until it was too late to make it. Weekends can be like that with a lot of ballgame action and all.
FAV NEW FIND: It's college basketball season...always love college basketball season.
FAV THING THIS WEEK: Subbed at Guerin all week, which is always enjoyable for me. This week was particularly fun as the football team became regional champs last week so this week they got to go to semi-state and the students are just so excited. Little Bitty GCHS won a regional championship, what a fun thing for them all! Unfortunately they lost the semi-state game 20-22, a heartbreaker.
GOING TO: Watch a lot of Big Ten Football and Big Ten teams in Basketball action, get caught up with cooking and baking since I have been out of the kitchen all week during the days, Pippin and Vash have vet appointments so two of us will wrestle them there and back, CHS Dad's Pancake breakfast for the boys on Saturday morning, a couple of Twitterbakes, getting the house ready for Thanksgiving next week (how did that get here so quickly??), and general bits of other things, maybe even get the outdoor Christmas lights put up while the weather is good even though we won't light them up until after Thanksgiving. Matt loves to do those and he does a great job.