The easy Sunday supper tonight was fresh tomato sauce with pasta, topped with freshly grated parmesan cheese. We have a lot of tomatos from the garden, plus Mike brought us some from his garden! About every other day I’ve been making fresh tomato sauce. I never get tired of it.
Today was such a pretty day out. We had a sunshiny drive down to church.
Because our church is so small, we now have something that’s a little bit funny, but a good idea–we have hired a choir! Actually, it’s just three kids from the university who sing in the choir there, voice majors, I presume. They bolster our hymn-singing efforts. The wonderful soprano adds a descant line that is just…mmmm! Wonderful!
In the afternoon we went to the duo piano concert at the university–very nice to do that, it’s been awhile since I came out to a concert!
Then I made the supper described above and after supper, Scott and I worked on our bible study homework. We’re attending a Bible survey class on Wednesday nights that includes a fair bit of homework, but I think it’s going to be the kind of thing where the more you put into it, the more you get out of it. The actual class time itself is a little like drinking from a fire hydrant. Kevin is such a knowledgeable, enthusiastic teacher, but class’s background in bible is extremely variable, so he’s grappling with where to pitch the level of the class discussion to meet everyone where they are at. In the process, a fountain of information comes out. It’s a little overstimulating at the end of the day. But I wouldn’t miss the opportunity, and am looking forward to the usefulness of an overview class, even if a lot of the information is “review” for me. It is review in a new context, and that makes it helpful and interesting.