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Thursday, November 24, 2016
Share Your Cup #225
Her favorite color was purple so they were placed on tables for the luncheon following the service.
I was on the prepping, serving and clean up crew for the funeral in service to my friends who lost their precious daughter.
For supper I suggested the pomegranates I had purchased earlier in the week. Typically, they are very hard to eat without a complete mess. With an internet search we found a video which showed how to de-seed the fruit in a few seconds. It worked really well.
1. Cut the rind of the pomegranate around the middle.
2. Tear the 2 halves apart.
3. Spread the edges away from the center.
4. Turn the half over in your hand over a bowl.
5. Whack the outside of the fruit with a spoon, rotating it as you go and the seeds will fall out through your hand into the bowl. Check this video out!
It was a very good read about Mary Catherine and Marcus. It involves a couple of trips to Africa, a young girl making some bad choices followed by a sacrificial decision and a couple of weddings.
I would recommend this one.
I am linking up with Share Your Cup #225 hosted by Jan at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson.