Another crispy morning. The dogs wanted to go in before the horses were done with their grain.
When our chorus performed at the Gratitude event Wednesday night, there was a woman there playing a sensational small drum from Turkey. She told me the name of it and I got on my computer to hunt one down. It is called a Doumbek....only 16 inches high and made of aluminum. The sound was amazing. This morning I found one and placed my order. Can't wait to play it.
Took a shower and went to Brockport to meet with my Doctor. Strained my arms a long time ago and my right one is still bugging me. In order to get a referral, had to meet with her and got one. Now I can have a physical therapist evaluate the situation. Yippeeeee. It's never ending.
At 11:45 I was picked up by Judy, Sally and Joan and we ventured into Rochester for that fine dining I referred to.
Monroe Community College has a culinary program that has it's own restaurant called "Reflections." Each fall they hold a series of 10 International Cuisine meals that you can sign up for at a cost of $15.
That includes 5 or 6 courses and a beverage. They are planned, cooked and served by the students...at lunch time.
Today we had Greek food. Below is the menu.
When it was over, the students made up a buffet line in the dining room and ate.
What a great meal! We are signed up for two more....Italian and French. If I were a lot younger, this would be the program for me.
Relaxed when I got home around 3. The afternoon light was fabulous.
Chores a little after 5. As per usual the girls came in caked with mud.
Chicken wings (baked), sweet potatoes and coleslaw.
Time to cozy up to the fire.