Family Picture for 2014
It’s that time of year when I must start thinking of Christmas pictures, addressing envelopes, and getting it all in the mail! Of course, I usually procrastinate until almost November.
But last week I received an email from Shutterfly for a 40% off code that expired within 3 days. Talk about taking a fast family picture! Oh the things we will do to save a little money.
So here you are . . . all the Grabers in one pile. Literally.
Mr. Fat Squishy looks a little bewildered.
I was recently to a luncheon with some ladies and this Tomato Pie was served. Tomato Pie was something I had never been privileged to eat before. But it was worth every single bite!
This recipe was shared by Renita Bushnell and I immediately pinned it to my veggie pinterest board so that it wouldn’t get away! Our tomatoes are ripening up quickly now and I aim to make this one sometime soon.
You can view the recipe here.
You ladies will LOVE it!
I’m afraid I only have one article for you this week. I have been way too busy to get much online reading done.
But I appreciated Lita Cosner’s answer to this question at Creation Ministries International:
Hello, I have a question that I would greatly appreciate if you could answer for me. It seems that young earth creationists put so much emphasis and belief on the literal interpretation of the Bible that says that the universe is roughly 6,000 years. I read on the cover of one of your magazines something that said roughly the following: “The God of an old earth is not the God of Christianity.” The question I have for you is the following: What if it turned out that when you die, you go to heaven and meet Jesus, and He tells you that the universe is billions of years old, and that the six days of creation in the Bible is not the literal 24 hour days. What would your reaction be? Would you be prepared to say to Jesus that because it turned out that the earth and universe was not thousands of years old, you were really not worshipping and believing in the true/correct/real God of the Bible?
Read her answer here.
Pictures from the last few weeks!
I love kids and their God-given imaginations!
It’s what’s for dessert!
* I’ll have to say that sometimes the kid in me overpowers the mom in me! Probably more than it should . . .
Oh to be a child again.
Where the main concern of the day is the right way to slurp a ramen noodle.
We had some special visitors from Montana! Matt and Rosetta Otto – a cousin of Lowell’s.
All the girls played and played and played. Girly stuff. Oh how we love girly stuff any chance we get around here!
A whole heap a’ trouble right there! I love boys and their spunky ways.
How can a person see a rainbow that is so bright it looks like it might burst wide open . . . and not stand in awe of the God who created it?
We’ve been drying lots of fruit leather! And having so much fun.