It was very grey and I expected it to rain.
So far it has not happened.
After chores I decided to mow the lawn as it needed it and
we are having lots of company tomorrow night for dinner and story telling
by our good friend Helen Macdonald.
In Scotland, she has many bookings and said the if I made dinner and
invited some friends she would provide the stories at Skoog Farm
Should be a good time.
By one I was down at the gallery for our Sunday Jam and took SO MANY
videos! You are going to have to suffer through them! Ian, who joined our group
a couple weeks ago has been an inspiration to all! I sure have a lot to learn...
If you have never participated in a group like this, you can't imagine how
great it feels to sing and play. We are always learning and for several weeks have been raising the bar. I love it.
We are going to have a big jam in the indoor as soon as I can get one organized.
Today I marinated some pork tenderloin so Gary can grill it tomorrow.
Chore duty this evening.
Is my Berlin beautiful or what????
Of course Rebel could not be more handsome.
By the time the pups and I got back to the house it was almost dark.
Before we ate I made some chutney.
Did not have peaches, so I used nectarines.
It smells pretty potent!!!!!
I'll use it to garnish the grilled pork.
We are also having rice, carrots (from the garden), a romaine salad with homemade pickled beets (garden), mandarin oranges, crumbly blue and a vinaigrette
dressing, Adam's homemade bread, Ulpi's fruit salad and a dessert by Carol B.
During the Storytelling we will have wine and cheese.
Tonight we had cheeseburgers (Robb's Farm) and Mac salad.
Also had leftover cake that Jenny brought up for dessert last night.
I've got the table set and am in pretty good shape for tomorrow.
Did you notice the Celtic tablecloth?
And the sheep Sara Dunham made for me????