May 032020
Sunday Reflections

I’ve been slowly reading Notes From A Public Typewriter by Michael Gustafson and Oliver Uberti, I should be finished with it today

Listening To…
Feels Like Falling by Kristy Woodson Harvey

Books Reviewed Last Week…
The Lonely Heart Of Maybell Lane by Kate O’Shaughnessy

Our Harlem: Seven Days of Cooking, Music and Soul at the Red Rooster by Marcus Samuelsson

I have a few movies on my list to watch: Midnight In Paris,  The Holiday,  Knives Out

In The Kitchen…
Last night I made Spaghetti and tonight I’m going to make Corned Beef & Cabbage

New To Me Stuff:
I didn’t try anything new last week

Today’s To Do List…
As far as I know I’m just going to relax today, it’s been a long time since I’ve had a Sunday off work

Looking forward to…
Same thing I’ve been saying, I can’t wait to go to the beach and a restaurant

A Favorite Bible Verse…
For I take no pleasure in the death of anyone, declares the Sovereign LORD. Repent and live!
Ezekiel 18:32

From the camera…

You sure can see some weird stuff while you’re in town

 Posted by at 8:11 AM

  31 Responses to “Sunday Reflections, Sunday Salon: 5/3/20”

  1. I hope you get to relax all day long!

  2. Sundays should be days to relax. Enjoy your corned beef and cabbage and put your feet up. I adore Midnight in Paris and The Holiday, perfect movies for a lazy day. You deserve it.

    Apparently everyone in Texas went to the beaches yesterday. I just saw a photo and it was packed with cars and people. I do not plan to get out for a while.

    • Thanks Deb! And yes, Sunday are our day for rest. I’ve been craving corned beef and cabbage for a while and decided that today was the day. I’m happy to know that you loved those movies!

      I know! A few beaches were opened back up a week or so ago and people are swarming to them. Not me. I’m staying away until it’s a lot safer!

  3. You deserve a day to relax; hope it’s a beautiful one. It’s going to be 70 here, sunny too and I’m smiling. Stay well my friend.

    • So far I have been relaxing. I cooked breakfast and have been loafing since then 🙂

      It’s 87° now and no rain…yeah! You stay well too! Have a great week!

  4. That car is wild!!
    Our son’s college is going to re-open in the fall (that’s the plan anyway). We’ll be headed to the beach soon thereafter.

    • I had to look harder when I first saw that car, I thought I was seeing things. It was really weird!

      There’s no word when our schools will open. I have a grandchild in college, one in high school, and one in elementary school and they all three are wishing they were able to go back.

      My routine hasn’t changed that much since I’m still working. I really miss the beach, shopping, and restaurants.

  5. That car sure stands out. Enjoy every minute of your day off 🙂

  6. I am thinking that I need to take more photos while I am out during the pandemic because you’re right, there are interesting things going on. I only go out for the grocery store and neighborhood walks, but I need to take time to document.

  7. I want to see Knives Out. That looks good. I hope you get a nice relaxing Sunday!

  8. Have a wonderful kick back day, Vicki. That’s definitely a strange car. 🙂

  9. Is the car wrapped in contact paper? Enjoy the corned beef tonight!

    • It might be a wrap, but I don’t know about contact paper. But who knows? Weirder things have been done to cars 🙂

      Thanks, I’ve never met a corned beef and cabbage that I didn’t love.

  10. Knives Out was quite good, but The Holiday was actually really surprising to me. (I’m generally not a Jack Black fan.)

  11. I love spaghetti, I could eat it every night..especially if there is garlic bread too.

    Wishing you a great reading week and good health

    • We always have Texas toast with cheese and sometimes with garlic. I even like eating cold spaghetti on a piece of bread the next day, like a sandwich

  12. Wow, that car is wild! I got to meet Marcus Samuelsson at a Random House event in NYC several years ago… such an interesting person. Still haven’t tried any of his recipes though. Hope you got a chance to relax yesterday.

  13. I think that car is giving me eye strain! haha.. I hope you enjoyed Knives Out. I loved that movie. Hope your week is starting off great!

  14. I liked Midnight in Paris but haven’t seen Knives Out yet. I want to.

    I am just a little too restless these day. I laugh because if I ran, I think it would help but if I ran now, I would for sure kill myself. I am not a runner and pretty clumsy. I don’t need a trip to the ER right now.

  15. That car is absolutely bizarre but so fun! The Holiday is one of my favorites and I really want to see Knives Out. Hope you were able to relax and are having a great week!

  16. You and JoAnn are inspiring me to join in on Sunday Salon. Maybe I can get it together to post this week.
    Loved Midnight in Paris and have my post set up for the Food ‘n Flix event hosted by Eliot’s Eats. I will be making a Julia Child recipe to tie in as it’s set in Paris. Our library is now open for curbside pickup and Knives Out is waiting for to pick it up.

    • I hope you do join Sunday Salon, it’s one of my favorite blog hops. Ihaven’t posted for Food ‘n Flix for such a long time but I thought I’d watch MIP and post for it. No idea yet what I’d make.

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