Mom got her puzzle put together--all 1000 pieces. It looked impossible when I dumped all them out on the card table, but it is amazing how a person can gradually find pieces that fit. Down toward the last I swore some of the pieces had to have been lost, because there was no way the rest could fit.
I had Saturday School for boys who had missed too many days. Six hours of solid teaching with a 30 minute break at lunch, wore me out, and I only managed to try out one new recipe--Lemon Curd. I have never sampled it, not even when I had a chance way back in the day. One of the Home Demonstration members made me a batch, and foolish me I was too picky to try it. She was English and from Canada, and Lemon Curd was a family favorite of hers, and I know it was good. All you need is sugar, egg yolks, fresh lemons, and butter, of course. I think one tablespoon is worth two Weight Watcher points. I didn't think it would ever thicken up, but it does very quickly. I cooked mine too much to suit me, so, remember, it sets up when it cools, and if it is going in the refrigerator, it sets up even more. This is really good in tarts, or on slices of pound cake--anything that goes with a good lemon sauce.