.... and life is getting back to normal! (albeit slowly)
Let's go back to last night where the leftovers from the day before was "suzzed " up with the addition of some out of date, soft crackers. Having googled what to do with them, I decided to blend them into breadcrumbs and then mix with some grated cheese before sprinkling onto the chicken and ham "stew". What a good call - the crackers went crisp again and added a nice topping!
Having made two cherry cakes last night (and forgot to take them with me!), this morning I had time to do some ironing, fill up the recycling bin with waste paper and then make a start with a couple of splendid sampler blocks. Just some bondaweb drawing and then ironing onto suitable fabrics - but it's a start that things are returning to normal. I even had time to start thinking about my Christmas challenge for Scamblesby - be very afraid Sewingbuddy! Meanwhile the dogs were haring around the place - as you can see!
At church I managed to sneak a few pictures of Summer, as promised yesterday, but my day was filled with selling raffle tickets, talking, selling, talking etc - all finishing with a Songs of Praise service at the end of the afternoon. As yesterday, we were blessed with a steady string of visitors and, from the comments, can count the event as a success!
Tonight? Well, since its 7:30pm as I write this, there isn't much of the evening left - but I am intending to watch the two new BBC sitcoms at 9pm. I say "new" since they are remakes - and I wasn't terribly fond of "Are you Being Served?", but I am intrigued by what they do with "Porridge". To their credit they have used the same writers but without Ronnie Barker? I await a verdict.