Catching Up

I’m back. Our niece’s wedding was beautiful, but it was touch and go with the weather. This IS LATE MAY, right? I thought so too, but you would have never known it this past weekend. Where I live, we got about 5-6 inches of snow, but it was even worse down in Colorado Springs, where our niece got married. There was over 16+ inches of snow. We left Thursday afternoon, and we broke a record high, at 91* F. By that night, the temperature dropped dramatically and on Friday, we got hit with a HUGE winter storm that lasted for two days.

The warm before the storm.

The storm

It snowed up until just about an hour or two before the wedding, but our niece still insisted on it being an outside wedding. Fortunately, there was a little bit of a break, and Colorado being what it is, the snow started melting not long after it stopped. But, it wasn’t done yet. There was still more snow the day after too.

I was only gone for a few short days, but I literally came home to 1000’s of emails. I have been busy catching up all morning. As much as I love all the emails and posts, I have to admit that sometimes it can also be very overwhelming. I am just about done with catching up, and things will soon be back to normal. Rest assured though, I will be back in the kitchen again later on today, with more goodies for you to enjoy.

Stay tuned. Don’t touch that dial. Stay happy, healthy and safe Everyone. ‘Til next time.


Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

16 thoughts on “Catching Up”

  1. I saw that on the news last night and knew you’d mention something about it 😉 At first, I thought it was a joke. THAT much snow in the second half of May? Weird…

    Kudos to the niece for not backing down (though I do hope that the guests were not too cold/upset).

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    1. Trust me, it was NO JOKE!

      Most of us were really hoping she moved it to indoors. It was cold, and wet and mushy, and most people were NOT prepared for it. As the snow started melting, it was dripping down on to all of us too. She ruined her beautiful dress too.

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