I’m getting so excited over Retro Cooking Month, which is starting in February! Mr. B. got me an early birthday/anniversary present:
It was on clearance at less than half the original price! Wooot! Now I can get my food photography on!! How awesome is my husband, lol?!?
I’m working on the schedule of “events”, and I think we are going to have SO much fun!!
On a personal note, we had a totally fun weekend. I’m not much of a football fan for the most part, but I am a Texas girl at heart, and when the Cowboys make the playoffs, I turn into super football girl. Mr.B. and I got our football on Saturday night (complete with hot wings, beer and me in my Cowboy colors!). And did they kick some hiney, or what! Wooo!
Sunday we spent time playing the Wii with the family. We got this great family friendly game called Cranium Kabooki, which is a puzzle/guessing game type thing that you play in teams. Since we had an odd number, one of us played both teams each round, lol! Made for some real fun!!
In blog news, I’ve been working on so many things, and have so many little side projects working, I thought I’d start listing a few things as part of my Monday Mutterings. A kind of “Last Week in Review” type thing.
Hope you are all having a wonderful start to this week!
At my Domestic Witchery Examiner site, I shared a Family Popcorn Spell, started an herbal 101 series by posting about basil, wrote about the Pagan feminist, Mary Daly, who passed away last week, and wrote about what fresh produce is available in the winter and eating seasonally.
On this blog, we followed the Pagan Horde to visit Doug & Boo + Two, I reviewed the book, The Harvard Psychedelic Club, and we found out where the hell Tanner was.
On the CoaPSM fan page on Facebook, we discussed a few news articles: A FedEx man who left religious information on a witch’s car, the ALA’s “gay agenda” (which is as stupid as it sounds), the plight of Leo Igwe, African defender of children and women accused of witchcraft, and the horrid-sounding new “witch” movie, which involves a group of models and a “terrifying witchcraft curse”.
I started a Facebook page for the Broom & Brew, a local Pagan women’s group in Monmouth County, NJ that is holding it’s first official meeting on Jan. 16th. The group is open to women in the area, and to any who are willing to drive over! Contact me for details if you’re interested!