Yesterday was Easter and the gathering and the feasting was very much enjoyed by all.
We had orange ginger turkey, maple pecan pork loin, and honey baked ham. Not to mention the famous Gillis rolls. We had some side dishes as well with deviled eggs and mini dessert cakes to boot. If everyone was not bloated I am surprised!
When all was said and done Greg and I have enough left over for a couple lunches and dinners. I understood everyone to enjoy themselves, and I am glad.
Note!! Now it is time to focus in on the next couple of days. We will have another trooper joining us very soon. Kim is so ready to have that baby and we wish her and the family nothing but the best.
"A hundred years ago there lived a philosopher named Jeremy Bentham, who was universally recognized to be a very wicked man. I remember to this day the first time that I came across his name when I was a boy. It was in a statement by the Rev. Sydney Smith to the effect that Bentham thought people ought to make soup of their dead grandmothers. The practice appeared to me as undesirable from a culinary as from a moral point of view, and I therefore conceived a bad opinion of Bentham."