Last night Michele Dockery aka Lady Mary Grantham went out with friends in London.
So you see...
Everything is going to be alright.
Can you think of a character leaving a show that has caused you so much angst?
I was very sad when Denny died on Gray's Anatomy. In fact, I didn't watch much after that.
And George. He died too. Bad.
Remember when Anthony Edwards died on ER?
Brain tumor. Hawaii. 'Somewhere over the rainbow'...
I wasn't watching when George Clooney left ER, but gosh that show went on and on...
Lost. I can't recall a beloved character leaving Lost. I was just mostly scrambling to understand the whole thing anyway.
What is your go to dish to bring to a grieving family or a new mother?
When our parents died one of our parent's friends continued to bring us a meal once a month for almost two years.
I don't think it was just one year. It seemed a long time. The funny thing was....it was icky.
They same thing every time. It was called Hillbilly.
1 pound ground beef
1 large onion, finely chopped
2 cups dry macaroni
10 oz can condensed tomato soup
14 to 16 oz can diced tomatoes (we use Petite diced)
6 oz can tomato paste
2 paste cans water
1/2 teaspoon each salt and garlic powder
Black pepper to taste
1 Tablespoon sugar
It was very similar to this but it had corn in it too.
To this day I do not like corn in anything.
Corn on the cob. Yes.
Corn with butter. Yes.
In something. No.
We were not ungrateful. This lovely woman drove from Elmhurst to Wheaton with her casserole and gave Nancy a break from cooking for one night. She was thinking of us. Thinking of Esther's children...and that is precious.
When I had a baby or a ruptured appendix...ha....and then had both at the same time...
The ladies from church brought us many meals. Someone brought a big kettle of soup.
I loved that. I loved not having to cook.
Lasagna is super popular so I try to stay away from that.
But Ree's Chicken Spaghetti is a good one to bring for something a little different and appealing to many palettes.
What have you loved getting?
What do you take?
Encourage one another,
P.S. Thank you for your thoughtful and long comments :o)
I never mind the long winded ones. I love those.
P.P.S. I hope I spelled palettes right.