Hello again, my dears.
This is not the post I'd originally planned to share today (actually, two days ago), but I wanted to be here. So here I am.
I've misplaced the cable that connects my camera to my computer and cannot download my pictures. My camera is loaded with photos of art I've made, scenes from my last trip to the mountains and many other things that have caught my eye lately.
Yesterday, I headed to the farmers market and stocked up on fruits and veggies. I probably over stocked really, but I just get so excited around all that good healthy real food. Afterwards, I loaded up the crock pot with pinto beans, experimented with a peach cobbler and made this chicken. The chicken was delicious and I've already taken another package of chicken out of the freezer to make more.
The pintos are for chili I'm planning to make on Monday when it's cold and rainy (Irma effect). Today is football (Go HEELS!), knitting (Scoreboard 2.0) and roasting tomatoes, some to freeze and some for the chili. And some time in the next few days, I'll be putting up applesauce and cooking green beans or maybe freezing some of them.
I've walked this morning, cleaned up the patio (we had new fencing put up last week and everything had to be moved around) and a few other piddly things. I'm getting a new dining table this weekend so I have to take everything out of my dining area until the table is in place. Then I can maybe move some things around it. It is a big old farmhouse table (like the Walton's had) from our mountain house. I've wanted that table since the first time I saw it. I'm so excited to have it be mine!
I'm going to sign off now. Football has started and I need to get busy with the rest of my day.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend. And I hope you will take a minute, where ever you are, to say a prayer (to whomever you pray to) for the safety of everyone on this planet we call Earth. So many things are happening everywhere - fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, monsoons, etc. - too much tension for our souls to have to bear well. Personally, I pray for peace in our hearts, minds and souls for every being on this earth.
Thanks for stopping by,
love & blessings