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This pic is of the students who won on "superheroes" day for spirit week.
2. Wewalka pizza dough. My family never liked my homemade pizza. They said the crust (the canned pizza dough from the refrigerator section of the grocery) wasn't good. A couple of weeks ago I noticed that our grocery was carrying something new - a pizza dough that was rolled up on parchment paper. I tried it at the end of last week, and we loved it. So much better than the other, and easier too - all you do is unroll the parchment paper. They also have croissant dough and puff pastry. The website said it is a new import to the U.S. from a European bakery. I will make pizza more often now, and maybe will try some of their other products also.
3. Navy bean soup from my mom for our supper on a cold winter day. Kept me from having to make salads or rustle up something else to eat. Thank you.
4. We had a fun night sitting up late to watch the National Championship Football game. It was too late to have company or go anywhere, but it was a great game, and fun to watch. And I slept surprisingly well, having gone to bed so late, so didn't feel too many aftereffects the next day.
5. Exams are over, a new semester has started, and though I have to be at school Monday for parent-teacher conferences, students don't come back until Tuesday. So it's essentially a three-day weekend, and it should be a quiet one. Always nice!