It’s about time

Apparently being inside the belly of a whale includes a certain amount of paralysis, at least that is my excuse for having gone so long without writing.

I am finishing off my lunch of split pea soup with croutons, peaches, and milk.  The home made croutons make this meal special.  If you have a can of soup and are lucky enough to also have a slice a bread, a little oil, and some kind of seasoning, you have the makings of a delicious comfort food.  It takes less than 5 minutes to dice up the bread, heat the oil and seasoning in a pan,  and toss the bread cubes around in the oil until they are nicely toasted.   I like to add them to my soup little by little as  I progress through the meal.

As I was preparing my lunch, I was thinking what a true feast this would be for  many many hungry people.  I can remember times when it would have brought tears of gratitude to my own eyes back in those times when I could not seem to keep myself on safe secure ground.  The truth of the matter is that it does not take much to slip into those marginal ditches.

Author: pilgrimstill

Recent transplant from California to NW Arkansas, recent convert from Catholic to Episcopalian, writing, singing, praying-, cooking--not necessarily in that order. Long distance grandma, retired from accounting, part-timing for charitable organizations, The theme for my 70th year is Authenticity.

2 thoughts on “It’s about time”

    1. Thanks for your kind words:) I am brand new to this whole blogging word. Do you have a blog hiding somewhere under encouragemin.wordpress.com? I clicked on that site and came up with Mary Kay..My low tech brain is befuddled.

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