Monthly Archives: November 2009

Leave of Absence

I’m surprised that Thanksgiving is only a week away. I am still undecided what we will be doing. Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday yet this year, probably for the first time I’m just not excited about it. I…

Pumpkin Bread Pudding

This recipe comes from my California Bed & Breakfast Cookbook  “The use of croissants instead of bread results in an ethereally light pudding. A very easy and versatile recipe—the pumpkin pie spices make this a wonderful autumnal dish.” ~ Innkeeper,…

Cranberry Surprise

This is a very tasty dish to compliment your Thanksgiving or Christmas Dinner. It may be served as a side or a dessert. Cranberry Surprise 1-12 oz  package fresh cranberries-ground 1-6 oz package Raspberry Jell-O 2 cups water ½ package…

My Desire

I can’t think of words anymore beautiful than this Psalm to close the week with. I truly desire these will become my words and these thoughts become my thoughts. That I can push ‘me’ and the world out of the…

Wednesday Madness

For those of you who enjoy the ins and outs of the written word. This has been sent to me on more than one occasion. So I decided to share. 1) The bandage was wound around the wound.  2) The farm was used…

Listen Closely

More from “Wisdom” My son, pay attention to what I say; listen closely to my words.  Do not let them out of your sight, keep them within your heart; for they are life to those who find them and health…

Stumpteput

This is a simple yet very tasty side dish and a great way to get kids to eat their carrots. The recipe comes from one of those cookbooks high school kids used to sell. The person who submitted it wrote that…