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Thursday, March 16, 2017
Share Your Cup #240 - This Week
It's been a while since I have been making salad primarily with veggies instead of lettuce. The ingredients are shredded cabbage done on the mandolin and grated carrots. I love that I have this red Tupperware bowl so I no longer have to be concerned about the carrots staining the bowl.
With the main ingredients in place I add whatever other fresh veggies I have. I have included at various times: red and/or yellow peppers, celery, red onion, and cucumber.
Other options would be small broccoli florets, bean sprouts, and nuts.
I enjoy this substantial salad.
These chairs are from my original solid pine INGO dining set from IKEA over 20 years ago. They had been set aside because they had become wobbly and needed gluing. I had bought the glue but never worked out what needed to be done.
My sister came to spend a couple of days with me which made me very happy. While she was here she decided we would look over the problem and solved it if we could. Yes, the original front skirt had been glued and had become unglued. With a stop at a hardware store to buy wood glue, check to see what I had from straps, we tackled the project We applied the wood glue in the right place, wiped off the excess when we strapped it tight and let it sit for 24 hours. A solid chair to go with the more recent solid pine table.
The glider chair I bought a year ago at the thrift store developed a problem last summer. It was tilting forward and was no longer comfortable to sit in.
Once turned over we discovered that mortise and tenon joint in the base had become unglued. We applied glue to the tenon and set it back into the mortise. Upon further checking, we discovered an earlier repair had been made with screws to stabilize the top tenon. So we decided to add screws to the bottom tenon which we had just glued for insurance that it would not come apart again. With a small drill bit she made pilot holes then she put in the .75 inch screws. I expect to be gliding on this chair into my old age. Thank you sister T.
I had recently purchased this maple foot stool for use with the glider chair. I brought it out, cleaned it up, and set it in it's place at the foot of the chair. I was concerned it would be too tall but it works well for me.
It has storage space in the top which will come in handy!
We had a great fellowship time this morning with the ladies who attend Welcome to my Kitchen. We take turns hosting, providing snacks and doing devotions.
Our hostess this morning had a lovely table set with blue and white dishes, muffins, St. Patricks' day cupcakes, yogurt, cheese and fresh fruit. It was all very yummy!
We were able to retire to the living room following our snack and spend another hours in fellowship, sharing, praying and in general have a great time.
We had 13 ladies in attendance with a tiny little girl in training. This is the most we had so far but there was room for everyone.
I took this DVD from the library last week and sat down and watched it this week. It is a story about a woman in the USA who swaps houses with a woman in Ireland. They are both experiencing own life changing events and a summer in a different house and community helps to put perspective on their situation. I need to read the book now because some of the events near the end of the movie need some clarification in my mind and I am sure the book will provide all the details. Most will know that Maeve Binchy is one of my favorite authors.
Sharing with Jann at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson who hosts Share Your Cup #240 linky party every week.