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One last time

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Our last Lenten soup supper went well. We had chili, a brothy potato
and cheese soup and wild goose stew. That was one peppery dish.
Of course the wild taste came out but it was good-in small portions.
Since tonight was the last night, all the leftovers were shared with
those willing to take home soup, cookies, cake and bread.
And the best feeling was knowing that our little group of parishioners,
the 15 to 20 faithful, gave over $1,000 to support our Sunday morning
church service that is televised on a local channel. I am sure they
will be very grateful for the donation to continue this worthy mission.
Just a short week and a half until Easter. I think if the weather gets
back to it's seasonal normal, we will all be happier. But just the blessing
of that day is sufficient.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great Thursday! HUGS!
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    Hi Marsha,

    That is fantastic how much a few can do!!!! Congratulations! I'm sure the mission will be VERY happy! Great going!!!

    Have a great weekend!!

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    1799 days ago
  • GABY1948
    I am with you watching for Spring. Is it ever gonna come? Have a great day!
    1801 days ago
    Time sure does MARCH on, doesn't it? Your Soup & Bread group did an awesome job raising money for the church!

    1801 days ago
    You guys did awesome raising all that money but you did more by raising each others spirits through the cold bleak winter. your suppers sounded lovely what a great idea
    1801 days ago
    How awesome that so much can be done by just a few parishioners. Hope you're having a wonderful week.
    1801 days ago
    What a worthwhile cause for your loyal parishoners to contribute to. The Lenten suppers sounded like fun, while raising money for the church at the same time. emoticon
    1801 days ago
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