“There are many ways of going forward,
but only one way of standing still.”
Franklin D Roosevelt
This picture I picked because if anything would encourage me to stand still it would be walking in all that snow. And it also looks like one false move and it would be a body slide down to the lake. But the object of the quote is “not” to stand still and freeze to death but keep moving. Which today I have. Not fast, not far but I’ve kept moving.
Working on the website for AdventureWords.com. It does not look like anything now but I am plugging away at it. One thing I am going to “try” and do – is to create an online Word Search puzzle for each puzzle page in the books. For now I am using the WordSearch program creator I had before – hopefully down the road I will get a better one. Here is today’s puzzle. Portland Food Carts
What is fun about doing these puzzle books is all the neat things I learn. Today I found out that Portland has over 500 food carts and that it is listed (2018) as the top food court friendly city in the nation. FoodCartsPortland lists most of the food carts by food type and ethnicity. I got very hungry just looking at all the delicious food offered.
It would be fun to try a different one every day – wonder if anyone has done that?
Cranberry Sauce Recipe. Remember last week I was talking about the fantastic Cranberry sauce recipe I was hoping to get from a friend? Well, surprise, surprise the recipe was and is just the one on the back of the Ocean Spray Cranberry package. It is also online here. Home made whole berry Cranberry Sauce.
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Today’s Three Sunshine (Gratitude) Moments:
1. Ethnic food for dinner. (Frozen burritos from a package – oh well) and Mexican Rice home made. I love making Mexican rice!
2. Beautiful almost full moon tonight. We took a late afternoon walk today (early evening actually) and the moon was peeking out through clouds.
3. Watching Buddy have a catnip moment!
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