Last night we had a wonderful opportunity to speak to a women's group from First Christian Church in Abilene. We discussed the history of olive oil and balsamic vinegar, how they are made, their health properties, and how to recognize a quality olive oil and balsamic. We also had an opportunity to share our story. It was a great evening and everyone was so nice and welcoming. We had a ton of fun, and are so glad they asked us to come and share with them. It was a tremendous blessing.
They provided us with dinner before we spoke and it was wonderful. They used cordell's oils and vinegars and everything was super tasty. Thank you ladies, for a great evening.
After we finished speaking, we drove around downtown to look at all the beautiful churches and restored houses. We realized that it had been a couple of years since we had nosed around all of downtown, not just Cypress and Pine. One of the buildings that really caught our eye is the offices of The Tittle Luther Partnership. The restoration of this old house is gorgeous. They have done a wonderful job and the grounds and buildings are very calming and serene.
As we were driving around, we found ourselves near the Beehive, and I decided we should go in and eat. It had been over year since we last ate at the Beehive, and last night was a great night to eat there again. The service was wonderful and the food was excellent. We both had a filet and they were cooked perfectly, medium rare for me and medium for Joy.
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Last night was a wonderful evening. A great class topped off with a great steak. Who could ask for anything more?