Monthly Archives: September 2010

Be Imitators of Me (Part 1)

Almost two months ago, I was hired to be a host at the new Olive Garden here in Wake Forest, NC. Having this job has seriously been a blessing from God, and in His providence and by His grace I … Continue reading

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Last time it broke, it was just a superficial injury, fixed by a toothbrush, nail file, and some goo gone.  This time, we have a much deeper, yet-to-be-determined problem.  This is one last desperate attempt to save its life.  The … Continue reading

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Over the last few days, I’ve been knitting and sewing a lot. And I do mean a lot. My dad thinks I must be bored, but I would argue that I’m keeping busy so that I won’t become bored. Anyways, … Continue reading

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Ice cream fake-out

Tonight, Bailey’s hard at work studying, and I’m hard at work staying out of his way. And of course studying requires snacking. We played around with trying to make “ice cream” out of frozen bananas a few weeks ago, and … Continue reading

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Last night’s treat: a mini apple crisp with a peanut butter crumble on top! And my recent project: Pantry bags for things like popcorn and dried beans and rice.  Things that we can’t use a whole bag at a time.  … Continue reading

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I think I’m crazy, which is why I decided to make bagels today.  For some reason, I didn’t think to take any pictures, until I set the dough to rise.  And the only warm place I could find was on … Continue reading

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Labor Day Weekend

What a wonderful holiday weekend! My parents were able to visit with Jessie and I Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday morning. It was fun getting to show them around Wake Forest, walk around Southeastern’s campus, show them our new favorite … Continue reading

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