Remember that yummy, whole wheat, homemade pizza I was making for dinner last night? Always ALWAYS use fresh flour, even if what you’re using is previously unopened. It was eaten, and not terrible with the toppings…but the plain crust was very…bran-like. We also watched The Thin Man, made in 1934, which is the first of the film series with Myrna Loy and William Powell (my favorite is The Song of the Thin Man).
I love sharing things that I love with people—especially when they’ve never experienced them before. Today we attended The Walk of the Cross in my town, held every Good Friday to commemorate Christ’s walk to Golgotha. Then we sat in on the service and ate lunch with everyone afterwards. I first began attending the Holy Week Services as a little girl. Of course, I’ve not gone every year, as school and work would sometimes get in the way, but it was nice to share with Alan, and to also see some faces I’ve not yet seen since returning from England.
Oh, and a cute little girl wearing pink wellies, a pink rain coat, and carrying her umbrella showed up. Yes, Abi and I were matching on this grey, rainy day…must be a cousin thing.For the first time in years, we might dye Easter eggs tomorrow evening! (I asked for a mango in my Easter basket.)
And now…I bid you all adieu and wish you a happy weekend!