“It is a safe thing to trust Him to fulfill the desires which He creates.”
Marshall Brain Science Experiments
Four-Bean Taco Chili
Very simple, very yummy!
2 lbs. hamburger
3 cups tomato juice
16 oz. salsa
1 can (16 oz.) kidney beans, rinsed and drained
1 can (15 1/2 oz.) great northern beans, rinsed and drained
1 can (15 oz.) butter beans, rinsed and drained
1 can (15 oz.) black beans, rinsed and drained
1 can (16 oz.) tomato sauce
1 can (6 oz.) tomato paste
1 can (4 oz.) chopped green chilies
1 envelope (or one recipe) taco seasoning
In a large pot, cook beef and drain. Stir in the remaining ingredients and heat. Serves about 12
written by Bailey from Big House in the Little Woods.
Visiting Kami’s blog is a real treat! We love seeing all of the beautiful pictures she takes 😀 She was so kind to let us post one of her pictures here..isn’t it hilarious?! Just the perfect kind of wedding picture! Be sure to visit her photography blog! Go HERE to see the post that this picture is from 🙂
I just recently came across Mr. Miano’s blog. When I found it I stayed for quite awhile. 🙂 I love his “code word” for going out and witnessing, “going fishing,” and also his “fishing buddies”. 🙂 I was encouraged and inspired! I hope you are too! 🙂 He came up with a 1 minute sermon to peach to motorists as they are stopped at a stoplight! Here is another story, when satan meant it for evil and God used it for His glory! I also think it’s neat, because his daughters “go fishing” with him. 🙂 Here is a link to another story when he was open air preaching.
(Noah talking to Susannah): “You know what? If there was no stars, then you couldn’t sleep under the stars. If you slept under the stars when there was no stars then you would be sleeping under the sky!”
Charissa was reading a little paper Leah had gotten from JoAnns advertising a crafting class for Grandparent’s day. It showed a couple “example projects”–they looked something like this:
So she read, “I love grandma, grandpa ricketts.” Then she asked Leah if that was what it said. She told her it said “rocks” and not “ricketts”, so she read, “Oh! I love grandma, grandpa rocks grandma! or grandma rocks grandpa. I love grandma, grandma rocks grandpa.” (She continued to say this several times). Then, “So, grandpa must like rocks or something.” “I love grandma, grandma rocks grandpa. Come to our grandparent’s day!” When she showed it to Bekah, Bekah said, “Uh! He rocks? His rocking chair?”
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