Thursday, 28 January 2010

22 of 365



On Friday mornings (well, most of them) I go to a Bible study group with other women from my church. On the 22nd we looked at a passage from Matthew. We also laughed a lot. And I spilt my coffee. Well, actually, I didn't - but it was my coffee that got spilt and as I had put it on the floor I suppose I might have been partly to blame....

And for lunch I had beef, a salad made from mixed leaves and grated beetroot, and bread and butter:


6 comments:

Amy said...

Ahhh, beetroot - I could sit down and gobble it all day! Still being very healthy Mel - is the food photography keeping you on the straight and narrow, or is this your admirable reality?

JO SOWERBY said...

i love beetroot too. love the photo of the bible open and ready. i love reading it and am still trying to find the right cell group down here.
Jo xxx

Ruth said...

I'm coming round to your house for lunch, so much more appealing than my lunches!

Deb said...

Seriously? I always want to eat the food that you post! Looks very yummy (even though I've never had beetroot). And every time I see your photos with the border/date I want to order and download them.(Are they from Ali Edwards?)

humel said...

Amy - shhh!! Don't give away my secrets!! ;-) In truth, the fact that I'm posting a food photo each day does make me think more about what I'm eating, and makes me want to try out new and interesting combinations so I get more variety in my pictures. But always bear in mind that I can choose whether to post the salad pic or the crisps... ;-)

Jo, good luck finding a good cell group. I'm lucky that I have my Friday morning group and a good fortnightly house group. I couldn't do without that support and fellowship.

Ruth, honey, you're welcome to lunch any time xx

Deb, yes, the overlays are by Ali Edwards - got them from Designer Digitals - can't speak highly enough of them!!

Thanks everyone for your comments :-)

scrappyjacky said...

Take away the beetroot and that looks delicious....it's a pet hate of mine....having said that....had a meatloaf in Finland made with beetroot and that tasted ok.