Sep 152019
 

Sunday Reflections

Linking up with:
Sunday Salon
Sunday Post

Outside…
It’s only 89° but with the humidity the “feels like temp.” is 101°

Thankful…
My grandson and his cousin because they washed and vacuumed my car this weekend

Reading…
The Totally Awesome Book Of Useless Information by Noel Botham

Listening To…
Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks

On The Blog Last Week…
Crockpot Rootbeer Pulled Chicken
First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros

Books Needing Reviewed…
The Art Of Racing In The Rain by Garth Stein
The Lido by Libby Page
Gaurdians Of Beings by Eckhart Tolle
(Definitely)The Best Dogs of All Time by Jadan Carroll

On Hold At The Library…
Keto Instant Pot by Maria Emmerich

Watching…
I plan on watching Big Brother  tonight to see who won the POV last week and to see who gets evicted

In The Kitchen…
Brown Sugar Meatloaf
Slow Cooker Cashew Chicken
Instant Pot Spaghetti

New To Me Stuff:
I was shopping for groceries the other day and saw this really dark banana so I asked a lady working by them what it was. She said it was a red banana, which I’ve never seen or heard of before. I decided to buy 1 so I could see if I liked it and wanted to buy more. It tasted pretty much like a yellow banana but was a bit sweeter. I’ll buy more when I go back to the store

Today’s To Do List…
I worked this morning and now I’m washing the never ending laundry

Looking forward to…
Going to Texas Roadhouse or Bahama Breeze next weekend, still haven’t decided which one we want to go to

A Favorite Bible Verse…
God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble

John 8:12

From the camera…

  16 Responses to “Sunday Reflections, Sunday Salon, Sunday Post: 9/15/19”

  1. The Totally Awesome Book of Useless Information sounds interesting. I never heard of a red banana either, glad you liked it. Have a wonderful evening, Vicki.

  2. Happy Sunday, Vicki! Red bananas are new to me as well. Would they make a reddish banana bread? It’s been hot here as well, but cooler weather’s on the way. Your grandson and his cousin sound like terrific, helpful children. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  3. How nice that your grandson and his cousin cleaned you car. Mine needs vacuumed desperately.
    The Totally Awesome Book of Useless Information sounds fun.

  4. We are looking forward to temps in the 80s this week. That’s a lovely drop in temps for us. Summer lingers here for quite a while, as it does for you, I imagine.

    I like the sound of The Totally Awesome Book of Useless Information. I call those sorts browsable books. I’ll look for it. Thanks for the heads up.

    It feels strange to me that we have to state our wishes for beach behavior. One would hope that these things were taught at home, but I suppose not.

    I hope you have a great week!

    • It’s mostly rules like no beer etc., no dogs, if you bring it to the beach take it with you when you leave etc. Also it’s a sea turtle nesting beach so it tells you not to go too close or mess with them.

  5. I’ll have to see if red bananas are available around here. Yay on a clean car and clean laundry. 🙂

  6. I love your “from the camera” bit. I think it really adds a lot to a post to see what people have been photographing. I sometimes don’t have anything to put in to my update posts, I should remember at those times that just a snippet of what I HAVE taken pictures of might be interesting.

    Nice selection of books.

    • I love taking photos and seeing the photos other people have taken. I’ve been in a reading slump for a few months and don’t know why. I’m even way behind on reviews. Hopefully I’ll snap out of it soon.

  7. Hope it cools down soon!

  8. That meatloaf. I really love meatloaf and it’s the time of the year for it. Sort of.

    It’s been a little humid here in California but our humidity is nowhere close to yours. The mornings and evenings are so nice and cool though. Love it.

  9. When my kids were growing up, I’d let them pick whatever they wanted for their Birthday dinner. My son Anthony always wanted my meatloaf.

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