I’m making bean soup today, one of my favorite wintertime hobbies. Been enamored with the supermarket bags of dried beans containing fifteen varieties, so colorful. And I found a piece of salt pork adrift in the freezer so a perfect match I would say, just add some onion and garlic, salt and pepper.
And the woodsmoke continues to flavor everything here in the wintertime. We are going through some wood these days. Luckily I got the OK to obtain some extra to see us through to spring from the church supply. Bless my friends that cut, split and dry it for folks in need. This late winter it appears we need.
All in all we are sneaking through this particular winter with no appreciable snow. Well, there is some in the forecast for later next week but things could change. Just don’t miss the stuff. Can totally live without it.
Well, the bad weather does lend itself to getting all sorts of indoor stuff done, paperwork and taxes and such. Also I am studying to give the lesson on chapter six of Revelation to my Bible Guys this Saturday. Can’t just do this last minute, it will take some thought and reflection to get though this material from this book of apocalyptic writing gracefully. But we like a challenge, right?
OK, good to see you again. Hang in there if you have hard stuff. See you again tomorrow.
onion and garlic loves, Felipé.