My daughter recently had a birthday, and I was lacking in taking pictures of the food, so I will just tell you about it.
Her theme was cherries, so I decided to include cherries in every part of the dinner. We had cherry coke and cherry koolaid to drink, cherry glazed pork roast and cherry coke bbq ribs for our main course, cherry applesauce and a tossed salad with dried cherries for sides, cherry muffins and cherry jello topped of the dinner off. Dessert included cherry pie cookies and a chocolate cake shaped as decorated as a cherry. Cherry heads, cherry tootsie pops and cherry twizzlers garnished the table as well.
I had a lot of fun making these dishes, most of the recipes were new. And, she was excited that cherries touched everything! I think her love for cherries is waning slightly…probably just because we were inundated with them for awhile. ;)
Anyone interested in the above recipes, shoot me a message! :)
In other news…I know I have not done well with blogging every day as was my goal. Gallbladders and floods got in the way. BUT, I have to say that God is drawing me closer. Definitely giving me new questions to tackle and research, which means I am digging into His word more, which is always a good thing! I am by no means digging in as much as I could/should, but I am getting there…only because of Him. In my gallbladder craziness, both food and exercise went by the wayside, but it actually helped me get back to normal living. I found that overtraining leads to overeating for me, because the calories you burn can’t compete with the incredible hunger. So, I am mixing it up, doing different cardio and strength routines, not getting stuck in a rut and not getting crazy hungry. ‘At first there was no difference, but I am happy to say that I am finally seeing some more definition in my body AND shed a couple pounds (just a couple, but I am ok with that for now). ;)
I recently finished UnDaunted. It is a nonfiction book about Josh McDowell. Josh McDowell is the author of More Than a Carpenter. Josh learned to forgive the unforgivable, to trust the untrustable and to hope in something he didn’t quite believe all because of God. The writing may not be the greatest, but the story is amazing!
My husband and I began watching Seasons of Gray~A Modern Day Joseph Story. WOW! So good! We have to finish it tonight but I can already recommend it.
That is my eclectic post for the day!