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1. Mike and I were both off last Friday through Monday. He was actually supposed to work, but took vacation since I was going to be off. We didn't go anywhere, but still had a good weekend. On Friday night we went out to eat with dear friends whom we don't see as often any more, but it's always good to be with them. And on both Saturday and Monday, we drove out to the farm ponds to see if there was anything interesting there. On Saturday, we watched a white goose at quite a distance, and never could decide exactly if it was a Ross's goose (rare for our area) or a snow goose. The two are similar, but would have been easy to figure out had it been close to us. And on Monday, we saw a big variety of ducks in the pond.
2. I made a new roast recipe last Sunday when my folks came for dinner. It's called a Mississippi Roast, and it's all over Facebook and other places on the internet. It's cooked in the crockpot, with an envelope of au jus mix, an envelope of Ranch dressing, some pepperoncini peppers, and a stick of butter on the top! No water. It was good, especially for those among us who love hotter foods.
3. I finished crocheting this blanket, as written about earlier, and last night worked out details for itto go to my friend in Mexico. It does look Mexican!
4. During a faculty prayer meeting, my dear friend ended her prayer with the words "the great crowd of saints who have gone before us." That, along with the words "Be still my soul, the day is hastening on, / When we shall be forever with the Lord" (from the last verse of "Be Still My Soul"), have been a source of meditation to my heart this week.