We've had warm, windy weather. Life is busy. I'm playing the piano more these days, helping accompany Oriental's community chorus. I can feel the school year ramping up for a finish as Julia and I begin covering the last big chunks of literature.
Tomorrow Oriental will enjoy the annual Chowder Cook-off, a fund-raiser for the Women's Club. Adam joined the ranks of cooks who'll bring a five-gallon pot of homemade chowder for folks to sample. Each eater pays $10 and gets a small cup of chowder from each contributor; this year 21 cooks will bring chowder to be tasted. Each one cooks to represent a local business or organization, and of course, Adam is cooking for Pamlico Presbyterian Church. A few other church members are helping as well.
|Adam, Edrae, Garland -- chowder cooks for this year|