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Howdy. We've moved from Cayce, but St. Elizabeth of South Rose Hill or Lizette de Waccamaw de Sud just don't do it for me.

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Quiet Sunday

Garrison Keilor has quiet weeks in Lake Wobegone; I'm finally feeling a bit of a break this morning. A quick check shows that the little sea monster (Bocephas Saliva) hasn't arrived yet (she's likely here by now, Daddy just hasn't blogged her arrival yet, so it's not real to the rest of the world.)

Update: She's here! (and very cute)

I've started an upload of pictures to Flickr from last night's prom. Afterwards, I'll add to the sets from the gala last weekend (separate blog to come) and post on any other pictures of interest.

At this point, though, Izzy will be home from church in just under two hours (if previous patterns hold), and there needs to be dinner. I'm planning to make a scrumptious onion pie with some Vidalias. If the recipe's any good, we'll post it as well.

Lots of plans -- let's see what we actually get done before the Jane Austen folks arrive for the Bollywood version of Sense & Sensibility: "I have found it."

1 comment:

St. Izzy said...

R.N. Simhan article on Kandukondain Kandukondain, a.k.a. Kandukonden Kandukonden, a.k.a. I have Found It.

Just in case you're having trouble mapping the characters from the movie onto those in the book.