And since this is Halloween week, Miss Kiri Kat decided to spend the morning putting together Trick or Treat bags for us, not to be opened until the day of. We promised. The less-industrious me decided to indulge in a typical, lazy Sunday morning ritual à la française. We call it faire grasse matinée. Nobody does nothing better than the French, and I love luxuriating in that particular Gallic tradition.
Sunday, October 27, 2019
Monday, October 21, 2019
My fall is starting off sooo well. Lots of goodies on my harvest plate that I want to share with you! Meant to get to this sooner, but I can’t tell you how many times I sat down, started typing away and something (or someone) interrupted me. You know that old saying – “Man proposes and God disposes.” Actually, I have my own take on it. I think it should go more like this -- “Man makes plans and God says, ‘Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! ………. Nope.” I’m convinced He has a sense of humor, and I often picture Him getting a big laugh at what we think we can do.
Anyway, any season that starts off with Puccini’s blockbuster opera Turandot is bound to get the ole juices flowing, particularly when you have a really strong cast, best opera chorus in the world and a fabulous conductor. Doesn’t get any better. We left the Metropolitan Opera on Saturday on a high note, and two days later my spirits are still flying high.