Notes

  • Today’s the first of the Fall Ember Days. More on this later.
  • It’s also the feast of Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Yesterday was the Day of Decadent Dessert. As some of you know, cooking ranks high among our hobbies in the haligweorc household; M is, among other things, an incredible baker. Yesterday I got to taste the fruits of her latest brownie recipe that she had located somewhere. It was nothing short of amazing. I didn’t know something without hydrogenated vegetable oil and high fructose corn syrup could taste that good. Then, she made one of her famous apple pies. You couldn’t have asked for a better crust. She insists that the filling recipe needs to be tweaked a bit to get the spice mixture right, and I’ve heroically offered my services in testing just as many pies as she wants to make…
  • Fr. Marshall Scott has a great piece on blogs and blog commenting at the Cafe today.
  • Holy crap–what happened to my blogroll!? I know I had more people than that on it. I hope this is just a temporary WordPress glitch… [it seems to have been]
  • Lutheran Chik reminds us that today is, in fact, International Talk Like a Pirate Day. [Lil’ G will be thrilled. She’s already informed me that I will be a pirate for Halloween…]
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2 Responses to Notes

  1. LP says:

    So, will you be writing an Ember Day letter this year?

  2. Derek the Ænglican says:

    No.

    And not for the foreseeable future.

    (Though with our lives that’s not a particularly long span…)

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