Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Free Kindle Books for Today Plus My Goals for this Week 10/20/20!

 

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My Goals for this week

Really simple goals for me this week but they all take some time!  

  • Clean and organize the computer room
  • Hopefully can more mustard greens (depending on how much they grow).
  • Defrost the freezer in the garage.
  • Make a wonderful Sunday dinner.     I just joined a Facebook group to bring back Sunday dinners. I'm going to try my best.

Remember the Sunday dinners your Mom used to make? Mom saved her best dinner for that day.  Fried chicken is what I remember most.  It was always saved for Sunday dinners at home. You also didn't get your dinner from the pots on the stove, everything was in bowls and set on the table. 


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Dance with Me


Dutch Oven Breads 





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14 comments:

  1. Our family never had Sunday dinners. They cooked on Saturday and had leftovers on Sunday to give the women folk a day off. Big meals were Saturday (so to have leftovers). I used to do good dishes (you know those dishes you NEVER use) twice a month on Sundays when the kids were home. Two got jobs because they knew how to set a proper table including glasses and which fork went where.

    Now since we eat at the table every night and it's a very small table I don't put serving dishes on it. I did the big table when raising the kids. I fill the plates myself and serve Hubby.

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  2. That's a good price on the Gooseberry Patch cook booklet. I remember Sunday Dinners. We always had a freshly baked cake to go along with it. Good memories.

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    1. Oh my goodness I forgot the cake. The best one was chocolate with the chocolate frosting drizzled over top. Delicious!

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  3. My family never had a Sunday dinner tradition. We always had light meals & my parents took a nap.My husband has never liked big Sunday dinners either but we do have a Friday night dinner. We cook it together.

    I hope to plant garlic & spinach this week, not today but I want to get it done this week. I'm still picking tomatoes, we haven't had a freeze yet.

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    1. I love your Friday night tradition...I think being together at the table is what matters.

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    2. Well...we rarely eat at the table anymore, which is sad to me. My husband was so motivated to make sure we had family meals while our son was growing up. We always ate together at the table.

      Then when he moved out my husband just could not bear it. He missed him so much he couldn't eat at the table. He's been on his own almost 8 yrs now & in all that time we only eat at the table if the kids are here. On rare occasions, like if he's going in to work right after supper we'll eat a fast meal at the table.

      I just let it go. It makes me sad sometimes but I understand the struggle he feels about it.

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    3. Aww I completely understand...both him and your sadness. I'm glad your understanding too..there are so many other things that take more priorty.

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  4. I love big Sunday dinners. I miss those days and those people and that food. My family of four eats together most every night but it isn't fancy.
    My goal is a carryover from last week. Wash bathroom walls and paint. But I don't wanna (said in my whiney voice). I hurt for days after painting the ceiling. Maybe I can do a Tom Sawyer and get someone else to paint the fence(ceiling).
    Have a good day!

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    1. On you made me cry..it was those people, those days, and that food that got me. That's all of it in a nutshell.

      Ok I'm calmer now ...Ive been looking at my paint for a month.

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    2. I am so sorry. Didn't mean to make you cry. :(

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    3. That's ok Kathy, now I understand so much why bringing Sunday dinner back again appeals to me so much.

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  5. Fried chicken was a favorite when I was growing up too. Or a good roast with potatoes, carrots and onions. Ann

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