( I always thought "riffling through" was pronounced like rifle. The second f went unnoticed by me, becuase riffle is a flitting word, like whiffle or sniffle, whereas to rifle through denoted a sense of urgency and seriousness that I felt always went with the action. Nobody slowly riffles through the contents of a drawer in a leisurely manner to find the vital clue, or takes their sweet time riffling through a sheaf of documents in search of the deeds to the mansion. So I persist in saying rifle, even if I spell it the other way.)
Okay. Here's a thing. Apparently I haven't blogged since Tuesday. So I'm going to do a week of dinners again, starting tomorrow with tonight's dinner. I have no idea at this point what tonight's dinner will be, and I'm not even sure what's in the cupboard, so it will be a truly suspense-filled, spontaneous experience for all of us. Come back tomorrow and see what happened.