It looked more like Narnia in our fair city on Tuesday. Freezing fog is the cause of this beauty.
Still no knitting photos as of yet — but soon. I do have one other photo, though, which is rather amusing.
The pug loves to chew on toothbrushes. Santa put a brand new two pack of toothbrushes in her Christmas stocking.
The local band night at the new arena Tuesday night was a lot of fun. I saw lots of people I knew — and lots of young adults the fashionista knows. And it was great to see the inside of the new arena. It is very nice. I hope it does well here. And I found that I have two unexpected new favorite local musicians and/or groups. There was a lot of talent there. And it was just a sampling of the local music scene. Our fair city also has a First Friday music crawl — but many of the venues are bars, and I just can’t see myself hanging out in bars. Which is why I would like to see more local music events at the arena.
I am trying to determine if I will be going back to Sudan — or some other place in Africa. I hope to get a clear answer soon so that I can save and fundraise and collect my ministry items. If I don’t go in 2010, perhaps 2011. Or perhaps Tanzania or Zimbabwe or just back to Kenya.
I had thought I would have another free weekend, but it is not to be. Relatives who didn’t make it to town for Christmas emailed me and said they are coming on Saturday. So I guess I am having people over for dinner. I have decided to do the vegan 21 day plan, so only two items on the menu will include dairy — an appetizer turnover and a salad. The menu plan is: apple walnut gorgonzola turnovers, chickpea and potato curry over jasmine rice, Ina Garten’s carrot salad, steamed or roasted broccoli. I am debating on whether or not to prepare a dessert. Probably not with the turnovers as the appetizer.