On this idyllic evening here at the Sabine Farm in the chapel I exposed the Blessed Sacrament (for First Friday) and we recited the Litany of the Sacred Heart, with some prayers also for rain. It is very dry here. This was followed by Benediction.
Then I had supper with a dear friend.
During supper my friend told me that when he participates at Holy Mass (every day) he invites the soul in Purgatory who is the closest to heaven and the soul in Purgatory who is the farthest from heaven.
That was wonderful! Is that not a great idea?
Life is good at the Sabine Farm.
FWIW… After the martinis, supper, by yours truly, started with crab cakes. We move along to lime marinaded halibut breaded and fried in lemon infused olive oil and herbs from my garden and small but exquisite home grown cherry tomatoes accompanied by steamed and then ice chilled garden grown asparagus dressed with a lemon sauce. The wine was a white Burgundy, Graves… not too much oak (very important!). Dessert involved some fresh blueberries from the garden and a rather nice old port which I had to go downstairs to fetch.