Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sausage Gravy

Sausage gravy served over biscuits is a traditional southern breakfast.  However, since it takes a while to prepare, we usually eat it for supper.  An easy way to make it taste more like supper is to use sage sausage instead … Continue reading

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My First Quilt – 12 Blocks Finished

This past weekend, I finished three more blocks for the quilt.  I really like all three of them, but I think the one with the orange is my favorite.  My husband’s favorite is the brown one.  That’s really saying something … Continue reading

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Remembering to Appreciate the Little Things

Lately, I have been incredibly stressed out and overwhelmed.  It seems like no matter how hard I try, I just get farther behind.  I wonder if grad school is even worth it.  Do I really want this degree that much?  … Continue reading

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Biscuits from Scratch

When I was a little girl, my mom would occasionally make biscuits from scratch.  I was probably about 8-years-old when she taught me to make them, and from then on, the biscuit making usually fell to me since I loved … Continue reading

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Beginning My First Quilt

Ever since I was a little girl, I have wanted to quilt.  I would get excited for quilting shows the way most children would get excited for cartoons.  But it was always just a dream.  I never really thought that … Continue reading

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Tomato Basil Salad

Last night, my husband and I had dinner with a few other people.  One of them is on a diet that restricts starches, so he isn’t eating grains, potatoes, and such.  They were planning to grill and we were asked … Continue reading

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Staking My Life on a Hunch

Have you ever known someone who no matter what, you knew you could count on their faith? Someone whose faith was so central to who they were that you could not begin to imagine them without it?  Someone who regardless … Continue reading

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Journey

Here is the beginning of a journey.   Who can say where this journey will take me?  Who can say what form it will take?  Maybe the journey will be short.  But then, maybe it will be very long.  Perhaps others … Continue reading

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