It’s Sunday. I didn’t menu plan or grocery shop yesterday. If I don’t do it today, I’m going to be behind all week. Although it looks like this list may be for some sort of party (or maybe to make frozen fruit salad) I just need basics.
I thought I had posted the recipe for frozen fruit salad, but I guess I didn’t. Guess that’ll be Tuesday’s post. If you are headed out to the store and want to do a cook along with me on Tuesday get the whipping cream, butter mints, and some nuts. If your pantry is stocked like a grandma’s, you should have everything else you need already.
While searching through recipes and content to find perfect Halloween fodder for the blog, I remembered that when I wrote about Edna Ruth Bullock, I had mentioned that I had another “killer” story to share. (Kind of punny). So in honor of Halloween and all things horror, let me introduce you to Ma Duncan. A plain, simple woman that was guilty of maybe loving her son too much. While women frequently have tenuous relationships with their mothers-in-law, I don’t know of anyone whose mother-in-law has tried to kill them.
Read more about Elizabeth Duncan on Wikipedia and in the LA Times.
I have discovered how to add the Pinterest button on my posts. This means that now you can pin all of your favorite recipes for easy access.
Anyone feel like I need to be on Twitter or Instagram?
Inspired by my post yesterday…
Sunday evenings mean a bit of TV for a lot of families. Some people watch football, others watch movies. Whatever you are watching, wouldn’t it be better on a Rutherford?
I don’t know from whence this article came, I don’t have the full article, I have no idea where it was published. With all of that aside, I would just like for you to pause for a moment and imagine what this young girl is going through. Take note that in this story, there is no boyfriend offering to help her out. This strong and determined girl feels like she has no other choice. You can judge, you can shame, or whatever it is you feel like you have to do. But before you do any of that, just take a glimpse of life through Mary’s eyes…
After years of working from home, I am starting back in an office. There should be no interruption in blog posts for the immediate future. My family still needs to eat, so I still need to cook. After expressing concern that my blog would suffer, my brother suggested that he do a guest post. That will be upcoming in November (hopefully). In the meantime, I will continue to post recipes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.