Good evening everybody! Welcome to Sunday. It's been a busy day so far. This morning Clint made me a special breakfast that took me down memory lane. Back when I was growing up I never liked maple syrup. When my mom made French toast I would put apple butter on mine. Since our move down south I haven't been able to find apple butter in the grocery stores in my small town. Clint's coworker gifted us a jar of her homemade apple butter for Christmas. So sweet of her to do so.
He made me French toast using Brioche bread, his special Vietnamese cinnamon, and freshly ground nutmeg, topped with homemade apple butter.
What a delightful and delicious trip down memory lane. He's such a sweetheart for making that for me.
I also wanted to make a batch of waffles to have on hand for Sydney's breakfast this week. We were showing her how to make them. She was beating the egg whites until they were thick and fluffy.
Once they cooled down, they were ready to be stored away in the freezer for future breakfasts.
The kids and I headed out to Ross's and Walmart to look for some work clothes for Aaron. He needed to get a pair of black, skid resistant work shoes, some new socks, a pair of black pants, and a nice solid color shirt.
He'll be starting his new job at McDonald's on Wednesday. That boy would eat McDonald's cheeseburgers everyday if he could. Now it looks like he can. :o)
Linn brought over a big bunch of bananas for us. She had too many and wanted to share. I sliced several of them up to freeze for smoothies and banana bread.
Alex was able to spend some time with us for a few hours. We played my favorite game Rummikub and I won. :o)
He got to spend some time with Uncle Aaron.
He loves playing Legos with Aunt Syd.
Happy Sunday y'all!
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