This afternoon I went with my friends Kim & Sarah to a 'fun'due. Live music, fondue, wine and lots & lots of people. The weather was gorgeous, which explains why there were so many people there, any excuse to hang around outside on a beautiful spring day. Of course, I can't escape my sordid professional life, I was only there about 15 minutes when I heard someone yell, 'hey lunch lady!' It was one of the janitors from the school, small world.
Last night was Amish haystack supper night. We had overnight house guests, so they came along. Neither of them had any interactions with the Amish before, so it was a new experience for them. Of course, the food was, as always, delicious, but I managed to pace myself and saved room for homemade pie and ice cream, which was a first. I've always had to take my pie to-go in the past.
It's been a busy week, Monday was a freshman/sophomore track meet, Tuesday was a regular track meet, Wednesday was Bible study, Thursday was ANOTHER track meet & Friday we had grandparents day at school. We got about 600 people through the lunch line in about an hour & 20 minutes, that about double our number of lunches we usually serve. I spent the entire meal washing dishes - we don't have enough trays and silverware for all those people, so we had to keep running clean stuff out front to keep up with the masses. Amazingly enough, we even finished up early and washed the final dish around 12:30, about 10-15 minutes sooner than we usually do. Go figger. After all that rushing around, I was glad we had the haystack supper, I sure wasn't in the mood to make a meal.
WE & I finally got a guest list put together for his graduation/going away party. Boy, it sure is difficult keeping the number at a reasonable size. It's a joint party with his friend, Casey, who's also going into the Marines at the same time, so it should be a pretty big blow out. Fortunately for me, Casey's family is big on throwing parties and has the whole thing under control and we're just sort of along for the ride. I'll be making some of the food and buying stuff, but for the most part, they've got almost everything done already. Now that's the kind of party I like to throw.