Big Sigh! Yesterday I cooked 33 lbs of Sloppy Joe Mix! I am Sunday SchoolSuperintendent at our Church and our annual Harvest Bazaar is next Sunday. The Sunday School puts on the lunch afterwards as a Fundraiser to help with the expenses of SS materials. So 15 lbs of the Sloppy Joes is for that event and of course you all know we are having our Seed Day on November 21st for Dahl Farm Supply so the other 18 lbs is a start for what I will need for that day. At least I hope it will be just a start for what I will need because I want all you fine folks to come on over and see us that day and eat all the Sloppy Joes that you can and have some exciting conversation on top of it. I am using a recipe for the Sloppy Joes that is in our Christopherson (my side of the family) cookbook. It was a recipe that was submitted from my two nieces (Abby and Olivia) from which their Grandma used to make. It is absolutely wonderful!!! I had all kinds of praises for those sandwiches last year when I made them so they are getting them again this year (Hopefully they will all feel the same about them again).
Today we went to Church and Sunday School and then as we were coming home it started to spit a little rain. But nothing that a few swipes of the wipers didn't cure. By the time we got home it had completed its forecasted rain shower. We just don't seem to be able to get any moisture. It would be nice to get some good soaking rain before the snow starts to fall. It will be interesting to see if we have a winter like last year with quite a bit of snow (which was just awesome for riding snowmobile) or if it will be an open winter continueing what the fall began with dry conditions. Interesting - you just never know from year to year what it will be no matter what the forecasters think or what the Farmer's Alamac might try and tell us.
Well supper is waiting to be made and it is already getting dark and its only 4:45 in the afternoon. Things are changing!!
Everyday is a Gift!!