Saturday, November 16, 2013

So Much To Be Grateful For
     Thanks to each and everyone of you for all you did to make our Banquet such a lovely success.   Tell your husband thank you also.  Every man there stepped up and did something.  Mr. Gill set up and all the rest help to replace the table and take out the trash during clean up.   I appreciate everything that was done.
     Truly the Lord has graciously blessed our community with many friendly families each with a  southern woman who can cook an abundance of delicious food.  Many have asked  "Who cooked this dish and Who cooked that dish. Can I get that recipe?"  I agree I would like a few of those recipes myself.  It's fun to get a recipe you already know taste scrumptious.   So post your dish in the comment section below. Check the comment section from time to time and see if the dish  your looking for has been posted. 
Below are two pictures from the Planetarium field trip.
   Clair created a interlocking clog wheel.  Each wheel connected to another worked in unison together.  Reminds me of the banquet how we all worked together to create a success. 
              Tammy was so excited about being there she sent out sparks.  She would really be sparking if she could get some of those recipes.  She was one of the ladies asking about them.
We had a pleasant day. 
 Mark your calendars for Dec. 3.  We will have  a simple Christmas party that morning at the campus. No food.  Just a few review games and a short craft and exchange time with their class mates. I'm also planning a Mom's Christmas Party that night at my house for 7pm.  Bring a dish and a $10 gift to exchange. I will send out more details after Thanksgiving.   

1 comment:

  1. Pumpkin Squares
    Preheat: 350
    Crust: box of yellow cake mix, 1 egg, 1 cube melted butter (mix in bowl and then pat the crust down in a 9 by 13 glass or metal pan), cook for 15 minutes. While crust is cooking mix: 3 eggs, 1 pkg of cream cheese (8oz) room temperature, 1 tsp vanilla, 1 large can of pumpkin, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp of nutmeg, 1 box of powder sugar...mix all together then add to the top of the crust. Cook for an additional 35-40 minutes. Cool then add Cool Whip for the topping.