Got in a good KBs workout while John was at the club and Nathan walked Sigmund. Soon Nathan and I are off for a lunch of Chinese, followed by X-Men III. John, I guess he’ll chill out here at the hacienda, working or reading. We’ll gather back here this evening for a dinner of garlic soup, crusty bread, and a roasted onion salad. If anyone wants meat, there are always fabulous ground lamb kebabs from last night… Actually, sliced onto crusty bread would be delicious with soup. I’ll post all the recipes later this evening. Hope you’re having a nice Sunday!
Here comes the sun! A somewhat chilly, cloudy day has turned into a truly glorious evening – cool and sunny. NICE! Garlic soup is complete – and wonderful, I predict Nathan and John will love it. Onions for the salad are roasting as I type this. Soon I’ll crisp up thin slices of baguette to float in the soup, and we’ll eat…as soon as John and Nathan return from a quick game of frisbee golf, inspired by the appearance of said sun. Perhaps I’ll have a bit more time until dinner than I had planned – time enough to take a glass of wine, and my book, out on the deck. Easy to wait with that pairing, ahhh…
And oh, hearty congratulations are in order for my stepmom’s hilarious and gorgeous niece, Farley Taylor, and her now-husband Stuart Lansing. They were married yesterday at the HF Bar Ranch in Saddlestring, Wyoming (home of many happy memories for lots of members of our family, including me; it’s a magical spot). I haven’t received the official word yet, however I’m quite sure that a riotous party capped the evening. Those Taylors know how to throw a party, yes indeed they do. And how to attend one too! Stacey and Cooper were there – I heard from Bowen that Coop was a traveling superstar, sleeping on the flight to Billings and drive down to the HF. If I find a way to snag a pic of the new Mrs. Lansing, I will surely do it, I know without seeing her that she was a stunning bride.