Lorena cooked mole for lunch yesterday because that was what Aunt Julia wanted. Lorena does not really need much of an excuse to cook mole, so when she has an enthusiastic audience, it is a double joy for her. While Lorena cooked the Mole, Aunt Julia made something call no-knead bread that takes 20 or so hours to raise. She will cook it in one of those big cast-iron skillets. If it is not totally gone by the time I get home, I will take a picture and put it up here. Lorena, Christian, Kelly, and Jenna might have to do it again on Saturday so they can get some practice and I can get some pictures. We took a walk, ate Salmon before dinner, talked, and talked, and talked.
Christian helped Aunt Julia get FireFTP added to the Firefox web browser he put on her computer last time she was here. Then he upgraded the WordPress installation on her website, put up a new theme and showed her how to do some of the stuff. I gave him permission to take some time from his homeschool to work with her a little more before she leaves. She gave us some amazing new lids for virtually ALL of the containers in the house as a gift.
Aunt Julia is working in Greensboro this week. That is not too far away from here. She said she would try to make it back here for one more evening. We all hope that is true.
Aunt Julia’s Bread