Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Roast Beast & Number 7

A few commented on the numbers showing up in their lives so I thought I'd offer some more info. The number seven was mentioned so here it is ladies:

7: You're on the right path, keep up the good work.
17: You have good reason to be optimistic about your plans and path, this number is also representative of the holy trinity and the pyramids.

Numbers are powerful! ...the language of the angels. The more you pay attention to them, the more they'll appear. My ones and elevens and one-elevens keep popping up, more today, some yesterday. Never ending. I am manifesting some big stuff, ones confirm it.

I'm keeping my numbers book by the computer in case any of you need to know... ;)

...And the roast beast. YUM. I can't say this word without thinking of the Dr. Seuss story How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I liked the original cartoon, but I LOVE the Jim Carey version. I smile when the story ends with everyone gathered together eating the roast beast. This morning before I left for work I laid a beauty of a cut of meat into a casserole, smothered it with seasonings, water, & mushroom soup, covered it and left. I returned to a warm, mouthwatering, melt in your mouth din-din that I can't wait to serve.

A homemade dinner made with love and good intentions warms the heart as well as filling the stomach. I enjoy cooking and do best with comfort foods. (Me and the fancy-schmancy don't get along.) My dear mom-in-law shares with me her French-Canadian recipes and I do my best to perfect them as she does. Cooking is an art, I've always believed that. My mom-in-law is Renoir reincarnated; I just KNOW IT! I am a fledgling DaVinci on my way to greatness.

...Tis in ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers.

Please pass the roast beast.


Tori said...

If you enjoy good food, cooking, and kitchen blunders you should definitely read "Julie and Julia" by Julie Powell.

Tammigirl said...

I am the queen of kitchen blunders. Sounds like I should read that, thank you!

Leah said...

wowzers. i had no idea about 7 and 17. that's crazy! those are the numbers i see in various arrangements alllll the time.

what is your numbers book?

Lori said...

an absolutely fabulous book about numbers:A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science (Paperback)
by Michael S. Schneider