Romancing the last lingering bits of the year…
When I Was a Turkey Several years ago our family tried a Thanksgiving experiment. Instead of buying our Thanksgiving dinner, we only priced it and sent the amount to a mission. We then asked God to give us a meal from His own hand that we could see was especially from Him. In our minds,Continue reading “Mary and Martha and Me”
Some of the best canning I know of happens in the fall. I love canning quick breads to use for fancy fun, such as those delicate get-togethers where our mothers used to wear white gloves and hats, where the napkins are real and the butter is whipped and the goodies are all made from scratch.Continue reading “Don’t Can in the Fall?”
One thing we do every year, almost as a habit, is smoke a turkey for Thanksgiving. A huge turkey. I’ve posted about it before, but this year we will make two of them, and I got photos for ya! So here goes: 1. Thaw, trim, and rinse turkey. 2. Pour charcoal into fuel portion of smoker.Continue reading “Our Thanksgiving Habit”
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Okay, I know this is not dentist-approved, but let’s think about it a while. Has anyone out there ever tested it? Thought not. Well, I have. If I’ve just eaten, or if my mouth is less than satisfactory to me in any way, I love using chocolate for an emergency remedy. My teeth will feel cleaner,Continue reading “Brush Your Teeth With Chocolate!”
The powers-that-be have just dragged her from the bed of a man to whom she is not married. Perhaps all she is wearing is a bedsheet. Perhaps he is one of the powers-that-be. Nevertheless, there she stands, exposed, before her authorities. They do not care about her. They do not care about right or wrong.Continue reading “Wrapped in Nothing But a Bedsheet?”