I found this recipe at Dinner at the Zoo. We had our couples weekend, and this was our night to cook. Ingredients 8 small tortillas cut into halves, corn or flour 2 cups of cooked shredded chicken breast 2 cups of shredded Monterey Jack cheese 1 15-ounce can of pinto beans rinsed and drained 2 cups red enchilada sauce cooking spray optional garnishes: olives, sour cream,… Continue reading Chicken Enchilada Casserole
May the God of hope fill you with all the joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.— Romans 15:13 Today is super busy…seeking peace. Blessings.
Monday is okay after a restful weekend with friends. Blessings.
God’s glory. Thankful for this time with precious friends. Saint George Island, Florida. Blessings.
Friendship. I don’t have family that lives close. I have lost most of my immediate family too early I believe. I am blessed with having friends that I consider family. So very grateful for the friends I have today…in this journey. Blessings.
Well, today is Friday, October 13th. I don’t really like this date, but I discovered it is also Silly Sayings Holiday. I am good with this date now! It makes this Friday the 13th a little different. So…one of my favorite sayings is: I must be a Queen…it says so on my pantyhose! But, when I… Continue reading Silly Sayings Day
I love the tangy bite that Kalamata olives have with lemon. I decided to try it with chicken thighs, garlic, onion and braise them. We love Cavendar’s Greek Seasoning. I use it in meatloaf’s, steak, and pork. Sliced onion, 6-7 whole garlic cloves, two lemons – sliced, and about a cup of olives.Saute the onion until translucent. … Continue reading Chicken with Olives and Lemon
Carmen and I went to one of her friends weddings this past weekend. It was a really sweet wedding, and had lots of country charm in the decorations. One of the things they had guests do was to write down marriage advice on these pre-printed cards. Mine was very simple. Hold hands while speaking of… Continue reading Hold Hands
“A bad storm can blow in a beautiful season. The Bible proves over and over that how something begins does not get to dictate how it ends.” – Beth Moore Hurricane Nate brought down our tree, our oven went out (igniter) and my computer crash with my final essay on it for my English class. … Continue reading Bad Storms
We ended up purchasing a chainsaw. Thankful for sweet friends and family to come and help. So very thankful that this was the only damage. Apparently, it only took about two hours with the many hands of help. So thankful for these hands. Feeling overwhelming grateful. Blessings.