Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

SINNING WITH THE PREACHER AND MOONSHINE

I took our new pastor to lunch at Montana Mike's yesterday.  We not only ate chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy but we shared this huge brownie and ice cream dessert.   I believe the sin is gluttony.

At the end of the day when I put the chickens to bed, I also indulged in some moon shine:)


Forgive the horrible pictures but I only had my cell phone camera to use.

25 comments:


  1. Gluttony isnt a sin if you Shared it:)

    thats called Mutual Enjoyment...

    giggle

    love ya bunches
    Sonny

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  2. Love that type of delicious dessert. And what a pretty moon!

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  3. It would only be a sin if you ate it all by yourself:)

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  4. I believe the preacher condoned your actions. How could he not with that delicious brownie sundae!!! (Rob)

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  5. Nice to have a like minded Pastor.

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  6. Mahvelous darling! Great title and tie-in. Lunch with the preacher...never did that, but do you like him/her as a new leader in your church?

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  7. Annie - all that sinfulness and the moonshine, too. Good for you!

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  8. Shared sin must surely be okay. :) And who could pass up a brownie sundae?

    The moon is gorgeous! We finally have clear skies to actually enjoy it. :)

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  9. A woman after my own heart.

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  10. Nothin's funner than fun.

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  11. Sonny -- I like your thinking:)

    gigihawaii -- It was such a good dessert I could have eaten it by myself.

    Changes in the wind -- Oh yes, then it would have been sinful.

    Rob and Monica -- Rob, the preacher is a "she" and yes she condoned both our actions.

    Pat -- Amen:)

    Tabor -- I do like her as a new pastor in our church. She is very intelligent and brings a lot more knowledge to our small town than most can absorb. Since I am a preacher's daughter, I can relate to the life of a local pastor.

    Barb -- Good Moonshine is always welcome...if it doesn't make us crazy:)

    Talon -- I knew you would be indulging in moonshine too.

    cube -- Are you speaking of the brownie sundae? Oh yes!

    Cliff -- Nuthin"

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  12. Hey, I might be a city girl, but the idea of chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy then some delicious looking brownie and ice cream dessert... well, it all looks good to me.

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  13. It all looks very good to me, and the idea of chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes and gravy being a sin-no way! The dessert might be just a wee bit evil. :)

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  14. good friend, good food, and a full moon... is as close to heaven as some of us are going to get. All In.

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  15. Ha-ha-ha Were you loaded or just out at night?

    Only half a Sunday? I've been eating tons of chocolate- MnM's , ice cream, cookies, n the worst is spoonfuls of Nutella because it's so sugary (Hazelnuts, cocoa, sugar)! n expensive- Well, what's vaca for?

    Is the Pastor portly already, or only since your meal?
    Good for you getting out!

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  16. :) Seems like the perfect day!

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  17. cube -- Oh yes, city girls can like that whole meal as well as us country gals.

    Jeanie -- Our funniest story is about our granddaughter who said she wouldn't eat any meat but chicken and that she would eat anything with chicken in it. So she ordered chicken fried steak. lol

    Brighid -- Very well said:)

    Snaggle Tooth -- Indulging in the sky filled full moon for the moonshine. You and my daughter could have a Nutella eating contest. The preacher and I both are portly though I prefer the term Rubenesque as would she I am sure.

    ashok -- Food and fellowship does make a perfect day.

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  18. Oh my! That dessert looks divine! Lovely moon, too. I'm glad you had so much deliciousness and beauty in your day.

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  19. That pudding looks great!
    Sounds like a good day to me!

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  20. yum-o. that kind of moonshine I like. the other does bad things to my brain.

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  21. OOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHH I don't even like sweets much but since I can't have it, now I want it. That looks amazing!

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  22. If you are going to sin, sin big.

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  23. Would have been a sin to waste that food!

    Bet he didn't refuse either.

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  24. I do believe that a little sinning of that sort can be good for the soul. Love your moonshine.

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  25. Let me tell you something....in my book when you eat with the preacher it's no longer sinning.....when you eat it alone then it's sinning! LOL I hope you thoroughly enjoyed every bite!

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