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Sultry Sunday

August 16th, 2015 at 10:09 pm

Geeze, it is hot out there. They predicted 90 and my car thermometer said it was 91 over an hour ago. So glad we have a/c. I remember growing up we didn't and sleeping wasn't easy being hot and sticky. I know we are very blessed now, even if we do complain about the bills.

Started back to school last Thursday. Our building is not air conditioned and it was warm. I dread tomorrow after it being closed up all weekend and so hot. The good thing is this is my last year; my intention is to retire at the end of this school year. Some of my friends are already doing a countdown of school days.

My church is doing a capital campaign and last Sunday I posted on Facebook a query -- if I baked something would people be willing to donate for whatever it was? I had a decent response. Last Monday I dropped off a loaf of zucchini bread and today I baked 5 loaves of banana bread. Two have been delivered and three go tomorrow. Tomorrow evening I am fixing a meal for a neighbor for a donation as well. People have been generous so that has been nice.

One of my older friends no longer emails, so I have been writing her a letter every weekend and mailing it. She says it is like getting to visit with me each week, so that's kind of nice. Do you still write letters?

It's getting near supper time. We are going to have some leftover pork roast from the other night with some leftover vegetables, but I think I will have to come up with some starch. I like the option of cooking once and having a meal or two off of whatever was fixed, even if I have to add to it. Saves money and time.

2 Responses to “Sultry Sunday”

  1. CB in the City Says:

    I regret that no one writes letters any more. I know people find email easier, but a letter is so much more personal.

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    I don't write letters any more. And I was big on that, all through middle school, high school, college, and for a period of time after college. Once I got used to email it decreased, and social media pretty much wiped it out. It does make me a bit sad, but at the same time it just isn't something I feel like spending my time on anymore.

    I correspond with my dad through email. He gives my mom printouts of my emails and sometimes she writes letters back. Wink

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