Monthly Archives: December 2013

Hamburger Soup 1

So, I love the throw-it-in-the-pot-and-not-worry-until-dinner kind of meals.  This is a tangy, savory dish that hits the spot.  Very simple and frugal! Ingredients: 3/4 to 1 pound hamburger 1/2 onion (about 1/3 cup chopped) 1 bottle tomatoes or 24 oz crushed tomatoes 3-4 small potatoes, peeled and cubed 2 cups cut carrots 1 cup corn […]

Day 12: Still, Still, Still 1

So, I must admit, I haven’t taken much time to be still during this season.  I have found myself rushing, worrying, stressing, working, wrapping, exhausting!!!  It wasn’t until Saturday evening that I found myself being still for a moment.  It was a forced moment, but a moment none-the-less.  I sat in the Tabernacle listening to a […]

Day 8: A Gift from the Heart

A Gift from the Heart Norman Vincent Peale Through the gleaming canyons, people hurry to find last- minute gifts. Money seems to be no problem. If there’s a problem, it’s that the recipients so often have everything they need or want that it’s hard to find anything suitable, anything that will really say, “I love you.” Last […]