peter and i went to the spring concert at george fox university last week.
the week before that we went to the university to see “the taming of the shrew.”
the concert was good and the play was totally fun.
i really liked seeing the action and costuming of the play.
i watched the first in the new series of “doctor who” this weekend.
they filmed it in america. they have a scene of the the oval office.
in another scene the doctor wears a stetson. it suits him actually.
i like pens with purple ink and fine tips.
who has a good recipe for stuffed eggs? i have never made them.
i wonder how to get the yoke to stay in the middle when they are boiled.
i think that lady bugs are cute.
singing your thanks to God can do good things.
Lord, thank you for the beautiful blue sky
thank you for the white clouds passing by…
now, you can add your lines :-)
susan . time to chat, amen.sydney . you would look gorgeous in a stetson.
i wear stetsons now, stetsons are cool
thank you for the time to chatfor the wonderful cloudsthat answer back …
linda, thanks for the egg tip.beth, i am thankful for spring's arrival too :-)
thank you for the scent of freshly mowed grass–spring has finally arrived!
i love the way music stirs the souli love the way dancing makes my heart singP.S. Nance, I just heard a little tip about getting the yolk to stay in the middle – stir the eggs gently around while they're boiling (not sure it works, but it couldn't hurt :-) ).
hey there, briani am amazed at how many people like those eggs!i think i will give it a shot at making them.thank you, Lord for shining your Light into my dark soul.
i love deviled eggs….thank you for hot daze lazing by the pond with a fishing pole between my toes, with my boys…i ned to get me a stetson so i can be american…smiles.
glynn, louise, val,i can hear you singing! beautiful! thank you Lord :-)beth, yep… split, scooped, mixed and filled…have you ever made those?
thank you for the journey of this day and the adventures it will bring!
and the spring airawakeningwith the promiseof rebirthin the passingof winter's blanketmelting away.
It's too early to write coherent words, but I will ask if you mean deviled eggs where you boil the egg whole, then peel and split open? After you scoop out the yoke you then make the filling. If that's what you want, let me know.
…thank you for that mass of wild colorerupting outside my kitchen window andcalling itself tulips…