I took some photos on Monday. Nothing special just odds and ends. This is a view north west of our house.
No one is home in these bird houses yet?
My lilac bush, it must be nearly a month ahead of last year.
I sorted out the "issue" with the church ladies, and have got them doing a section, in which they will do menu plans for specific church events/dates. I spoke to the "ring leader" and asked if she could organize it, as I am not familiar with church holidays and what people in Canada would eat on those days. Also I have enough on my plate with the rest of the cookbook. I also advised her to make sure she got helpers to help her out with this, otherwise she would end up having to do it all herself.
So she is all happy with all this! I also explained why I had deadlines to meet, so that too went down well, and hopefully she'll now get why I want things done for certain times. So we'll see how things go from here. Meanwhile I will carry on inputting the recipes and getting on with my side of things.........
Catholic Health Insurance...
A man suffered a serious heart attack and had open heart bypass surgery...
He awakened from the surgery to find himself in the care of nuns at a Catholic Hospital.
As he was recovering, a nun asked him questions regarding how he was going to pay for his treatment.
She asked if he had health insurance.
He replied, in a raspy voice, 'No health insurance.'
The nun asked if he had any money in the bank.
He replied. 'No money in the bank.'
The nun asked, 'Do you have a relative who could help you?'
He said, 'I only have a spinster sister, who is a nun..'
The nun became agitated and announced loudly, 'Nuns are not spinsters! Nuns are married to God.'
The patient replied, 'Send the bill to my Brother-in-Law.'
Earth Day/Money Saving Tips:
Unplug when you can.
It's one of the easiest things to do: unplug.
Standby (or phantom) power, may be haunting your house -- and costing you more money on energy bills than you bargained for. Standby power eats up electricity on common appliances throughout your home while they're not even on. Seem unfair? Phantom power in the United States is responsible for 5 percent of the total energy used and $3 billion in actual dollars wasted, according to the Department of Energy.
Unplugging even the appliances you rarely use, like refrigerators in the basement, could save you about $10 every month on your utility bill.
Using power strips to switch off televisions, home theaters and stereos when they're not in use could save the equivalent to that of a 75 or 100 watt light bulb running non-stop, according to the NRDC.
Did you remember to put your money in your Daily Savings Pot today?