Looking Through Old Cookbooks For New Recipes
The April meeting for recipe exchange was enjoyed with only eight attending, but the time was spent going through some interesting older recipe books and discussing them. For the May meeting, plans are to prepare one of the recipes. Our thanks to Dorothy for planning each meeting, with always something different. She had made a casserole, one of the former shared recipes, and she served a good portion to each one present. Talk about yummy!
When Chris and Megan Luttrell hosted their daughter Brynlee’s first birthday party, there was no way the number attending could be counted, the room at Razorback Pizza was so crowded, with her parents, two brothers, cousins, aunts and uncles and grandparents. Her brothers tried to get her to eat her cake and get it all over her face for pictures, but she took one little finger and her thumb, and very delicately ate each piece with no smearing, no fuss or muss. As we were leaving, I received a very sweet and juicy kiss from 3-year-old Waylyn. He had ice cream all over his face, and he kissed me right on my mouth! Oh, what memories to continue enjoying.
Has anyone told the weather man that March (the windy month) is over, and now we should be enjoying showers?
It was cool Sunday, but sunny, and there was good attendance at Sugar Hill Church, though not as many as usual for the noon potluck. However, there was the usual great variety of food, enjoyed along with wonderful fellowship. The afternoon music was provided by eight musicians and thoroughly enjoyed by all. We sure did miss our pianist, Chris Rogers, who was unable to attend. Her piano music just makes the song service in leading the singing. Our thanks to those who filled in with string music during the morning service.
Happy birthday to Mark Latta, Shadoe Vanatta, Marsha King, Henry Huffaker, Billie Tucker, Bridgette Davis.
Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. John Griscom, Craig and Sheryl Roy.
Happy years, all!