Quote of the week:
“The King of love my shepherd is, His goodness faileth never;
I nothing lack if I am His and He is mine forever.”
-Sir Henry William Baker-
But Not Forsaken
By Helen Good Brennaman
This is a story of a refugee family in the years following World War II. It is fiction, but is based on many real-life tales told to the author by refugee friends. A very neat book!
This was posted on our blog several months ago, but we decided to post it again!
I was looking up “Vanilla Cake” on Cooks.com, and I found two of the strangest recipes for vanilla cake.
The first one was this:
Somebody was having too much fun playing around, or else their are really missing out on vanilla cake!!!
Recipe of the Week
Now for a real recipe!
Four slices bread (any kind)
12 fully cooked sausage links
1-2 cups cheese
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon salt
Tear or cut up the bread and place in a greased 9″X13″ pan. Cut the sausage links into small pieces and sprinkle over the bread, along with the cheese. Beat together the eggs, milk, salt, and a dash (or two) of pepper. Pour egg mixture over bread and sausage. Bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes or until done.
Two places with many neat teacups, teapots, tea cozies, tea jewelry, tea stationery, tea decor, tea aprons, tea anything!
We have often told the little girls not to water the flowers while the sun is shining on them, or else the sun will scorch the plants.
So, one rainy day the sun started shining while it was still raining, and Bekah said, “Oh no! It’s raining on the flowers and the sun is shining, it’s going to fry them!”
Charissa asked out of the blue, “Is this tomorrow?”
One night Anna put a tape of Otto Koning’s missionary stories in their tape player to listen to while going to sleep. Bekah was whining and said, “I want that music off!”
Some things Charissa said while playing house with Bekah:
“Bring your childs too!”
“Mommy, the phone is answering!”
(meaning, the phone is ringing)