Murdo Girl…Tis the season

I got to be a part of a very special Thanksgiving celebration today!

After a great morning spent serving turkey with all the trimmings to a local community, I came home and consumed five pounds of food I brought home in a styrofoam container.

I played a small part in the preparation and serving of the virtual feast. My job was to stand at the dessert table and help put the people’s to-go containers in a Walmart bag. I had to look at those luscious homemade cookies, pies and cakes all morning. I ate two pieces of cake and some sugar cookies after the five pounds of food I brought home.

I did volunteer to make one of the dozen or so aluminum pans of the green bean casserole. They sent me home from church last week with 2 cans of beans, 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, a baggie filled with french fried onions, the aluminum pan to cook it in, and the recipe. What could be easier than that? All I had to do was add a quart of milk, which seemed like a lot to me, but that’s what the recipe said. It was later that I discovered I was reading the “humungous” size recipe. My ingredients were only supposed to feed six. It only called for 3/4’s cup of milk.

No problem. I jumped in the car and sped to Dollar General and bought another can of beans and one more can of cream of mushroom soup. When it was all said and done, my dish probably fed ten. I hope they liked my slightly soupy beans. I made sure they were nice and hot.

Later today, I didn’t feel so good. I’m now on my 4th Lifetime Christmas movie. I love all of them! Have you seen the one where the girl who is very successful in the big city comes home (small town) and falls in love with her old flame who amazingly enough has been pining away for her for years. He is still incredibly good looking. Everything goes along great until the boss at the bigwig job calls and says she must come back to the city and close a big deal that will make everybody a whole lot of money. Mom and all tell her she must do what she must do, so she goes back to the city and low and behold, she is miserable. I won’t tell you how it ends because all four of the movies end the same and I don’t want to ruin it for you.

I left to grab a bite, came back and watched the end of a different movie and it all made perfect sense!

So that was my day, hope you had a great one too!

6 thoughts on “Murdo Girl…Tis the season

  1. scoper07 November 18, 2018 / 6:56 pm

    It is marvelous that you volunteer all the time. Looks like a wonderful group of friends you have there. That green bean casserole is one of my favorites.

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    • sanjuan831 November 18, 2018 / 7:11 pm

      Yes, it is sweet of MG to volunteer and help people eat, plus make a humongous green bean soup casserole.
      I wonder why she felt so sick after eating two pieces of cake, sugar cookies and five pounds of food.
      Oh, then grabbing a bite before watching movies.

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      • sanjuan831 November 18, 2018 / 8:36 pm

        I am actually jealous. I have never made a green bean floating French fried onion anything before. Plus you’re super cute and slim and I love your haircut.


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