Hi everyone! It's Fave Five time. Boy this week went fast. It seemed like just yesterday the sink pipes were sitting taken apart on the kitchen floor while I tried to get turkey dinner on the table. What's life without a little excitement?! So if you're ready to roll here we go. If you need the details they are here.
In no particular order:
1. Cooking turkey dinner. In spite of clogged sinks, I really do love cooking turkey dinner. It's comfort cooking for me. It's tradition cooking, it's holiday cooking which means family cooking and to me it's not hard cooking. Except when the sink clogs. Then it becomes, shall we say, interesting cooking. But I really do enjoy it.
2. Even better than cooking turkey dinner, I love eating turkey dinner. One of my favorite meals. Turkey, stuffing, gravy and all the sides. Yummy. I can eat it anytime!
3. Celebrating Resurrection Sunday. Easter Sunday is one of my favorite holidays. I love celebrating the resurrection of Jesus with my church family and then continuing at home with a good meal and my family that I have been blessed with. We attend different fellowships but we still come together in the same spirit of celebration. I'm very thankful for my family, both immediate and extended.
4. An extra long weekend. With Good Friday and then my taking Monday off I had an extra long weekend. It was wonderful. Got lots of reading and relaxing done, and I think I'm pretty sure there was a big bowl of homemade popcorn somewhere in there. On Monday I took my Mom for lunch to a little tea room here in town that neither of us had been too. It wasn't the greatest meal for the price and I probably won't eat there again but the tea was awesome. And time with my Mom was what made it the greatest.
5. Videos like this in my email from a friend. Linda sent me this knowing my heritage is Hungarian. All my blood relatives are still in Hungary. What a blessing it was. I've always wondered what the spiritual temperature of the nation of Hungary is and knowing that they are square in the middle of revival was very exciting. So awesome to see in a former communist country more than 1300 young people get together and do such a dance to the Lord in a public square. I couldn't help but be looking for anyone that would look like my relatives in the crowd of dancers. But what made me smile the most was the little senior granny right in there with them. So cool. And recognizing the location knowing I'd once been there was really neat too. Thanks Linda! Not only was the video a blessing but knowing you thought of me was too!
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