Tonight is the first time in a few years that Susan felt like doing a quintessentially autumnal ordinary meal photo, as she likes to say. Sometimes Susan and I think the ordinary things that used to seem fun and heartwarming will never hold any charm or interest again, with the losses we have undergone as... Continue Reading →
When compassion calls, what’s your go-to casserole recipe?
The Rev. Amy Jo Cook, pastor at Loudon United Methodist Church, wrote the following on her Facebook page. I had to share with you: -Rev. Amy Jo Cook and her son Jackson- “How does bringing chickens help people being sad?” Excellent question from my little professor when bringing food (including two kinds of cooked chicken,... Continue Reading →