St. Patricks Day

Hi!  How are you?  I hope you are having a good week.  It is freezing here in Georgia!  Holy Cow!  Not much going on right now.  Just plugging along with physical therapy, continuing to declutter the house, wrapping up making our summer plans which is going to be epic, and started a Keto diet this week in hopes of taking this weight off. Winston took his SAT's this past week and won his soccer game on Saturday.  My husband and I both spoke in church on Sunday and managed to do a pretty decent job. I made a really amazing meal this past week.  Everyone loved and we will be adding it to our list of recipes we will be making again. The recipe was a Curry Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Salad. I have also been working on our family genealogy along with helping a friend with his.  I was able to help him find his half brother who he has never met and turns out to still be alive.  He is going to write to his brother to see if he would like to meet. Can't wait to find out what happens.  Other than that not much is going on.  Well, it is late and I haven't gotten much sleep in the last couple of days.  Ivy is sick again.  Not sure what is going on since she already had the flu two weeks ago, but she is running a fewer and just as I was typing this she ran into my room with a bloody nose.  Poor kid!  Here are a few photos from lunch. with my dad to celebrate St. Patricks Day.






Comments

DUTA said…
Genealogy is a fascinating subject! I mean the process, the contacting of people might be frustrating. Anyway, it's interesting and rewarding, and it keeps one busy (which means less focusing on food:)
Wishing Ivy to feel better soon!
Tamar SB said…
What a busy and fun time! The food looks tasty!
Thanks for linking up!
Junieper/Jesh said…
Lovely St Patrick's celebrations:) How fun to help your friend find his half-brother. I want to know more about my mother's background, but the documents are in French, and my French is minimal, so I have given up for now.
Am interested what subject you and your hubby talked about in church?
Och du, bloody noses, I had them as a child when the weather was too hot - so not even with fever. I grew out of it. Hopefully that will be the case for Ivy!You mostly have a variety of experiences, which is fun for All Season-ers to read - thank you much! Hope you will eventually get your shoulder working as it supposed to:):)
William Kendall said…
Bloody noses haven't been an issue for me.
How nice that you celebrated St. Patrick's by dining with your dad and you both do look happy! Sorry to read that Ivy isn't feeling well and hope recovery is only a matter of time.
bill burke said…
Genealogy is fun and exciting to do, glad you could be of assistance to your friend. The food looks quite delicious.
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Have a wonderful day!
Forgetfulone said…
I need to declutter! I started over spring break but didn't get far. Love your dinner picture. Good luck with Keto!
Nancy Chan said…
It is hot over here. Good to have lunch together with your dad and great photo of the smiling faces. Are you and husband preachers? Working on family genealogy can sometimes be interesting but it can be time consuming. Hope Ivy is feeling better. I used to have frequent nose bleed when I was a kid but it stopped as I grow older.
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betty-NZ said…
Sounds like a busy time for all. I do hope spring shows up soon!
Sharon said…
Sounds like your life is full! All but Ivy's sickness is positive. I'm sure you are having fun planning your trip for the summer. I'm curious about how you do with the keto diet. I'm not ready to take the plunge, but I keep reading about it . .

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