Ten Things of Thankful – February 5 2021

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Good Morning to the first 2021 February TTOT! Let’s get at it!

  1. Fantastic Friday with rain and promises of sunshine on Saturday. That’s the day we go on an outing of sorts, usually short and sweet, but out for a bit.
  2. Feasting made possible by baking pecan encrusted trout which we bought at the fresh fish market. Prices were low and this made enough for two meals.
  3. Fixing things which are challenges, I did that this morning thanks to Google. Fingers crossed that it took.
  4. Finding out some bad news, but finding a way to fix the situation so it will no longer be a future problem.
  5. Finishing projects and finding more options to enhance what I do.
  6. Finding coffee in my cupboard every day, is no small thing for me.
  7. Finding a pilates video suggested by a friend and doing it this morning, skipping the knees. It’s a seven day challenge and just take a little time each day.
  8. Finding a message on my phone this morning from a friend who was checking on me and she is going to be my accountability person in the morning to help me get moving. I did not ask for it, but God knew my heart’s desire.
  9. Finishing touches are being made on the book cover and I cannot wait to see it.
  10. Finding out that there are people like you who like to share in thankfuls and, guess what, you can participate right here or share in comments.
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12 thoughts on “Ten Things of Thankful – February 5 2021”

  1. Pecan encrusted trout sounds delicious. I have not heard of fixing trout that way.
    Yeah for you on #3 and #4. What a good feeling.
    Sometimes having an “accountability person” is just what is needed. I am glad you have such a person.

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    1. It was pretty easy, just made it by guess. I took some dry roasted pecans and ground them in the food processor, added about a cup of seafood breader, but you could use any flour, added a little creole seasoning, I melted butter and rolled the filets in the butter. Placed parchment paper on a baking sheet and poured the nut and flour mixture on the sheet. Spread it out and then placed the trout on the coating, rolled each piece and any leftover butter I drizzled on top. Baked at 375 about 30 minutes. I found that doing the breaking this way, I didn’t have so much of a mess.


  2. Excellent #10 (a ‘this space is available… except written with grace and subtlety)
    #6 very critical to proper functioning (probably should be concerned, but that’s just a lack of caffeine
    #3 totally (especially because, more often than not), there are videos of the solution, a reminder of the power of ‘show versus tell’
    Have a good week,

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  3. Great list! Outings are always good. I’m longing for nicer weather so we can get out and hike a little. Wish I could give you some trout! My husband loves to fish for them, but I don’t eat them, so we have wayyyy too many!

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