I have been fighting off the Michigan flu all week. (Shared thanks to The Mama's recent visit.) I'm winning, but it's been interesting.
Tomorrow is a big Seniors Luncheon at our church. Normally I would be the one running it...and I've got a post coming in the next few days on cooking frugally for a crowd.
BUT tomorrow is also appraisal day at Holly's Quilt Cabin in Littleton. (Go here if you're interested, and want to know more!)
*I've got two of the three soups cooked and ready to heat.
*The chicken wings (three different kinds) are thawing -- just need to be brushed with sauce and baked tomorrow.
*Several different kinds of cake are baked and ready.
*A bunch of people are coming to help set up, take down -- and serve food.
The Brick has kindly offered to help supervise the mayhem. He's a little scared, but willing to try -- and several of the people helping have done this for years.
P.S. The Christian Motorcylist Club is meeting in a side building during the Luncheon. A bunch of people are also planning to use the church bathrooms to dress for a Civil War Ball that night, put on by a homeschoolers group. I mentioned this to the Brick, and he burst out laughing. Seniors, bikers in leather jackets, and Civil War belles with crinolines and hoopskirts, all mixed together and wandering around: "What will the neighbors think?!?"
I'll head over to church tomorrow morning about 7 a.m., make sure stuff is laid out, the first batch of chicken wings ready to bake, and the soups simmering.
Then it's on to Holly's and appraisals.
Pray for us.
Remembering those who served, and sacrificed so we could remain free. Thank you.
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