Yesterday was a nice, busy Sunday starting with Mass. I went to sing in the choir, but the rest of the family went to a different parish to check it out. I think I've said that we're not generally fans of "parish shopping," but there comes a point when something needs to change. If you've done your best to change your attitude and heart, and going to a certain parish is making you crazy, and possibly sinful, it's time for a change.
I got dinner going before I went to book club where we ate lots of lovely, wheat-free foods. If you look at the recipe, it calls for both beer and flour; I used the beer, but left out the flour, so it was low-carb, but not gluten-free. There are gluten-free beers, though, which I'm trying to get dh to buy. This is a FABULOUS recipe, made better by grass-fed rump roast and a tasty beer.
We ate so much earlier than usual that we had time to watch one of the movies that Barbara recommended: A Shine of Rainbows. Meg and I really enjoyed it, and cried a lot.
There's a lot on my schedule today. Hopefully, I'll get a lot done and tell you about it later this week. Do you have a lot of plans for the week?
Have a beautiful Monday!