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I would love to say that it is for entirely "spiritual" reasons, but by the time I get out of school and off work, I can barely make it to Wednesday services on time.  I simply have no time for supper on Wednesdays and choose that day for "fasting" and feasting on God's word. Hopefully I get some good meat tonight from my pastor.  

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I would love to say that it is for entirely "spiritual" reasons, but by the time I get out of school and off work, I can barely make it to Wednesday services on time.  I simply have no time for supper on Wednesdays and choose that day for "fasting" and feasting on God's word. Hopefully I get some good meat tonight from my pastor.  

 

You seem to be in the same boat as the rest of us, Brother Garry.  With my hubby's work schedule, we always eat out on Wednesday or go to my in-laws for supper.  Fasting is difficult to do.  I can go two days without food, but my hubby can't fast.

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Sunny and 90 today and I have a day off of work and school!  Time to head into the gorgeous mountains and fir forests of Southern Oregon and hike to waterfalls, so a family bucket of KFC with all the trimmings for a picnic meal today at the falls.  I will try to post some pics if you like of the lake and falls when I get back tonight.

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We are going out to supper tonight.  Although, I don't like malls that is prOBably where we will eat.  He will prOBably go to the sub station in the food court and I will most likely get Chinese.  Anyway, it is shopping for my hubby tonight.    

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You seem to be in the same boat as the rest of us, Brother Garry.  With my hubby's work schedule, we always eat out on Wednesday or go to my in-laws for supper.  Fasting is difficult to do.  I can go two days without food, but my hubby can't fast.

We usually have a snack before church and something more substantial when we get home.

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Well, my hubby liked the spaghetti, but I didn't care for it.  sigh. I've been hungry for it, but the last two times it's not been what I wanted.  Ah, well.  We were thinking of going to the park tonight, prOBably with subs, but the ground is so wet from recent rains, we prOBably won't.  Might still have subs, though.

 

There was a report on the news a couple of weeks ago, that Subway over here are only doing Halal food in some of their branches.

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There was a report on the news a couple of weeks ago, that Subway over here are only doing Halal food in some of their branches.


Yes, I've read about that. We for sure won't get subs at Subway if they do it here...I really don't want to buy from them anyway. There are other sub shops in town, plus the homemade are much better.
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Sunny and 90 today and I have a day off of work and school!  Time to head into the gorgeous mountains and fir forests of Southern Oregon and hike to waterfalls, so a family bucket of KFC with all the trimmings for a picnic meal today at the falls.  I will try to post some pics if you like of the lake and falls when I get back tonight.

Please do I'd like to see your part of the country.

 

I had fresh green beans, cucumbers, tomatoes all from Florida and a small piece of streak.

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We usually have a snack before church and something more substantial when we get home.

 

I know many other Christians that do that, Invicta.  If I wasn't retired, we would do the same thing.  

 

 

There was a report on the news a couple of weeks ago, that Subway over here are only doing Halal food in some of their branches.

 

I didn't hear that one.  Thanks for the heads-up Invicta.  I like subway but my hubby doesn't.  We also have many other sub stations in town.  

I heard awhile back, on Facebook, that KFC is doing Halal food.  I don't know if that is true, though.

 

Please do I'd like to see your part of the country.

 

I had fresh green beans, cucumbers, tomatoes all from Florida and a small piece of streak.

I would like to see pictures, too.  I should have remembered that you live in the Pacific NW, Brother Garry.

Sounds like my kind of meal, MC.   :hungry:

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We didn't eat supper last night. It was graduation night for our high school and college.  A number of college graduates usually host an open reception afterwards with lots of food. We have some good friends who graduated so we planned to go to their reception (we don't normally go because it's so late and my hubby has to get up so early).  They served pulled pork barbecue.  Man, it was good!  The man who makes it won a number of statewide competitions for his pork (he no longer competes because it was looking like it was going to interfere with his ministries), and it is no wonder.  Just the sandwich filled me up, but I would have gladly brought leftovers home. And that's saying something for me, because I'm not much of a fan of meat.  (oh - it wasn't halal. heheh [duh...since it was pork])

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Took my wife out to celebrate our 26th Anniversary. We had Prime Rib, Baked Potato and a type Three Bean Salad. The restaurant gave us a piece of layer cake that had chocolate frosting and some kind of berry jelly between the layers. Very good!

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