It's Sunday Dinner time again? Already?!? It doesn't seem possible, but that's what the calendar says, so I guess it must be true.
I have my menu decided, but I haven't started my preparations yet. As soon as I get this post published I'll have to get started on that.
So, my Sunday Dinner this week will consist of pinto beans, Italian flat green beans cooked with quartered potatoes, roasted country style pork ribs and a cast iron skillet (or 2, according to how many show up!) of MY HOMEMADE BUTTERMILK CORNBREAD.
I'll cook my beans tonight then refrigerate them overnight and reheat them while the cornbread is baking. I'll roast the ribs tonight until they're almost tender, then refrigerate them overnight as well. They can reheat in the oven alongside the cornbread as it bakes.
I think I've made my dislike for cold or reheated potatoes more than plain, so you probably already know that I'll peel my potatoes and cook them with the green beans while everything else is baking and reheating.
At the moment I know that JESSICA, Jason, Emmy and my sister Ducky will be here for the noon meal with me and Lamar. If anybody else shows up it will be a surprise. CECIL is gone on an overnight trip to Memphis with a girlfriend so she won't be with us for Sunday Dinner this week.
Now what are your intentions for Sunday Dinner this week? Share your plans/menu in the comments if you'd like to participate this week.
A couple of weeks ago I received an email regarding a web site that features infant and toddler soft leather shoes. You may have noticed the button in my sidebar for BUGALOO SOFT SOLE LEATHER BABY SHOES for boys and girls. Click on the banner above, the link in this paragraph or the button in my sidebar if you'd like to check out the wonderful site.
Heidi is the owner of Bugaloo and she asked if I'd be interested in posting the button on my site with option of it being a paid ad and also perhaps receiving some sample shoes to review. Any income I receive has to be reported to the government since I receive disability, so I had to refuse that offer, but I made arrangements with Heidi to place the button on my site anyway with no money to change hands.
After seeing her product I was glad to place the button for her shop on my blog even though I don't receive any revenue from it.
I also accepted her offer to review a pair of her adorable soft leather baby shoes, with my 18 month old granddaughter Emmy in mind, of course. I chose these adorable kitty cat shoes for Emmy and she loved them and so does everyone who's seen them.
We put these shoes on Emmy on Halloween night and she wore them all evening. She was dressed as a kitty cat and the shoes went perfectly with her outfit, and when Jessica dressed Emmy in a pink fuzzy sleeper type thing, we put the shoes on over the footed sleeper with no problem.
The elasticized top on the shoes stayed put even throughout the hayride we went on, and after we got back from the hayride I was little anxious that Emmy might have lost one of more of her shoes in the hay, but my fears were unfounded. Both shoes were intact.
I suggested to Heidi that she might consider making some larger sizes in these wonderful baby shoes, and she shared with me that she's currently researching the possibilities of making some shoes for bigger children.
At the present time the shoe sizes range from newborn to 18 months, but if Heidi does introduce bigger sizes I'll certainly want some of the next size for Emmy. As a matter of fact, I wish she'd make adult sizes, because I'd love to have some of these shoes for myself! They must be so comfortable because they're made entirely from soft leather, including the soles. It's got to be the next best thing to being barefoot, and I'd rather be barefoot anytime than wear shoes.
Besides the kitty cat shoes I chose, there are also Mary Jane shoes, froggy shoes, lions, doggies, sneakers, birds, and many other exciting designs for girls and boys. And at $15 a pair these are very affordable, especially for all leather baby shoes. Have you priced leather baby shoes lately at a mall or retail outlet?
I highly recommend these cute, well made shoes. Can you tell I really like these adorable shoes?
My daughter JESSICA and her hubby Jason are having some REALLY HARD TIMES right now. If you could find it in your heart to pray for them or hold them close in your thoughts, we'd really appreciate it. You can read about their situation by clicking on any of the links in this paragraph or by clicking HERE.
It's nearly 9 pm my time and I still have to cook beans and ribs tonight, so I'd better get after it. Y'all have a great evening and a blessed Sunday.