The bread turned out well!
It was a bit hard to chew through the crust but now that I have stored it and
it's softened a bit, it's better.
I still may try not doing the final 10 minute 205F internal temperature part
as it may make for a loaf that is easier to cut through and eat!
It's good though and I am pleased!
I ended up reading an article by a woman who is desperately poor
and it really saddened me, which of course is a normal right reaction.
But I know I can't remove the problems of the world
but pray about it and think about it a lot.
We do what we can.
I struggled with a feeling of sadness though that I don't think
was ultimately helpful for me.
I already understand that if one is poor it does not mean lazy or making bad choices.
It means you have very little margin for anything to go wrong,
it means a lot of suffering.
I am going to NYC tomorrow ... errands, lunch, dentist and a Trader Joes run,
God willing. I ordered sides that I just reheat from our
grocery delivery service, for the Sunday dinner.
DV I am making the cake on Friday, getting the house cleaned and getting
the meat and canned applesauce delivered.
Saturday we are going to a baptism.
Sunday is the dinner!
I am so excited to make my Mom's beef roast...
The menu is taking shape...
*sides of mashed potatoes, green beans and cauliflower,
*rolls with butter
*cheese and crackers
*chocolate of some kind
*tea and coffee
Tomorrow I hope to enjoy a good lunch out, get NYC errands accomplished
and perhaps some knitting!
Here are 2 pictures of a simple scarf I am knitting for a friend!
Tomorrow I am hoping to find these:
We will see what I find!
I am hoping to make more curries in the future and was told about these!
I hope God blesses each of you tonight and that tomorrow is a day
in which you have peace.