Posted in Bethany's Posts, pictures, Recipes

#1- Peanut-Honey Delight

I think I might do a post every now and then for one-piece-of-bread recipes. Which means that these recipes use just a piece of bread with stuff on top. Some of them were made up by my siblings and some of them might be other’s ideas.

Here’s the first one:

  1. Toast a piece of bread.
  2. Spread smooth or crunchy peanut butter on the toast.
  3. Drizzle honey on top.
  4. This may sound weird or gross, but you can even sprinkle instant coffee grounds on it. I think it’s good. 😉

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Posted in Lydia's Posts

Books

I just felt like doing a post about books I recommend.

God’s Smuggler by Brother Andrew. Love it!

Little Pilgrim’s Progress. A book that is a-easier-to-read version of Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan condensed by Helen L. Taylor.

The Open Door  by Eileen Hemming. “Who would imagine that lying in bed for 12 months could possibly become a wonderful adventure!…” The back of the book says.

Treasures of the snow by Patricia St. John. The back of the book writes, “Annette’s little brother is crippled, and Lucien, the village bully, is responsible. Controlled by anger and hatred, Annette vows she will never forgive him and sets out to hurt him in every way she can.”

Where the river begins by Patricia St. John. It is the BEST.

The Man in Bearskin by J. Keuning. Amazing!

The Little Woodchopper by Bible Truth Publishers.

Twig the Collie by Craig Massey. The back of the book says, “‘Whats this all about?’ Gorden asked. The policeman started the car before Uncle Josh could answer ‘I’ll explain,’ he said…. The story of Gorden, a teenage boy,who was falsely accused and how the Lord changed his life.”

Hope you read some of these! We have all of them so I was fortunate.

 

Posted in Lydia's Posts, pictures

Our Latest Trip of the Year!

On Oct. 17-21 we went on a trip to NJ to visit relatives such as my one and only cousin, Hudson, My 108 year old Great-Grandma, Grandma, My brother, Josiah and his wife Cindy, and others, too.  Left to right-Dad’s hands-me-Josiah-Great Grandma-Mom’s Dad’s cousin,Teddi-

Cindy-Mom’s head.

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Hudson did not want me to take his picture, but after pleading with him…

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…I got several pictures.;)

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These are the dolls that I can’t help thinking about when I think of my Great-Grandma’s house.

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Elisabeth on a walk.
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Sunrise. Simply beautiful.

You can check Elisabeth’s blog and see more.

http://ruhamahandthespikenard.blogspot.com/

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Herb Concoction

Hello! So Elisabeth and I were in the garden and I began to want to make a weird concoction and I decided to share it with you.

10 leaves (L) of Lemon balm

10 L of peppermint

1 L oregano

teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon sugar

1/2 cup water

Wash the FRESH (Make sure that your herbs are FRESH!) herbs. Pour the half of a cup of water in. Add herbs and cinnamon. Heat up in the microwave for 45 seconds. Beat with a spoon.Add sugar (you can skip the sugar).beat with spoon. Cool. Enjoy! Leake1502681

This is a picture of the author of this recipe.