Chronic pain and depression live with me not the other way around!
"God uses pain and tribulation to make things right in our lives" courtesy of The African American Devotional Bible King James Version
You'll find no whining and complaining here! Love your life - it's a gift! **Tag Free Blog**
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I recently came across a neat idea for a scrapbook. The person, who created it, took her family’s favorite (and famous) recipes and created a scrapbook out of them. Recipe scrapbooking is such a great way to make sure all these great recipes of members of the extended family are preserved.
Start by getting all the recipes together. Look through your own notes. You’ll be surprised how many of the recipes you already have. Mine are usually scribbled on pieces of notepaper and then stuck into one of the cookbooks I have.
You can handwrite the recipes directly in the scrapbook, on a piece of paper or even a recipe card. Of course you could also type them up in your computer and print them out.
Take a quick inventory of the recipes from other family members that you already have. Are you missing Aunt Betty’s famous peach cobbler recipe? Call her up and get it.
Talk to other members of your extended family about your recipe scrapbooking idea. Y…
Maya Angelou is a poet, author and civil-rights activist. She was born, today, in Saint Louis, Missouri. She was the first African American to remain on the New York Times Bestseller List for two years. She can also speak six languages, including West African Fanti. What an interesting woman!
Visit the poets.org website for Ms. Angelou's biography. Don't forget that April is National Poetry Month, so include one or two of her poems in a reading.
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We had a Sunday ham for dinner. It was so yummy but I was left with plenty of ham. After my husband separated the meat from the bone. Our son dropped it to our neighbor's dog, Keisha. I came up with the following recipes. Stop by Betty Crocker.com for a large ham recipe selection. Have a Happy Spring holiday meal!
Ham and Biscuits - I made the biscuits from scratch. (Betty Crocker Cookbook - Baking Powder Biscuits recipe) Just add a small slice of ham and enjoy! Great for breakfast, lunch or a snack.
Stop by CWAHM, this week, and take some you time to listen to this week's show. This week's topic is finding time to refresh your spirit at home. Jill gives some helpful tips, such as reading a proverb a day.
She also discuss finding time to refresh with Julaine Christensen, Julaine Ministries. Julaine shares how she got started, the focus of her ministry and upcoming conferences.
This show is available 24 hours/7 days a week. You can download to your MP3 player and take it with you! Enjoy the show!