Archive for April 20th, 2007

Friday’s Feast

Friday, April 20th, 2007


What is your favorite kind of bread?

Wow, that’s tough… I love bread! Probably sour dough from Panera & mom’s hot rolls! I love dipping those sour dough rolls in their balsamic dressing~yum!

When was the last time you bought a new pillow?

Probably about six months ago. I need to replace the pillows again, I’m a germphobe and not a fan of old pillows. I spray them and my mattress with disinfectant each time I change sheets & vacuum the mattress…

Approximately how many hours per week do you spend surfing the ‘net?

Surfing the net~probably none… Blogging, reading blog entries, posting blog entries, commenting… that’s a different story. And reading emails… It just doesn’t feel like pointless searching the internet, these are my friends and I am simply checking on them. It really fills the time I am locked into sitting on the sofa, feeding Izzy or doing things with her. It’s nice to do that and also spend time with friends. Let me tell you too, my friends are good people and they really encourage me and lift my faith, so the reward is two-fold.

Main Course
What’s the highest you remember your temperature being?

I don’t remember, maybe 104.

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When I pray, I believe.

Listen to me! You can pray for anything, and if you believe, you will have it. Mark 11:24 NLT

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SCT~Pork Chops…

Friday, April 20th, 2007

This is probably one of the easiest slow cooker recipes I have made, but it is always good.

6-8 pork chops (I use butterfly pork chops/the thick ones that are boneless.)

2 vidalia or sweet onions

2 cans cream of mushroom soup

salt & pepper



I put a little butter on the bottom of the crock pot, slice the onions, lay them down next, then salt & pepper the chops and put them on top of the onions. Pour the soup over the chops and cook all day on low~or half a day on high. They are good served with rice or mashed potatoes.

I almost didn’t post a recipe for SCT because it is so late in the day, but I still wanted to participate! Thanks Sandra for hosting this each week!

We had another good day today, Izzy did well at school… her physical therapist Camilla, said that she was very quick to respond today. She put suction balls on a mirror and would tell her to stand to get a ball (supported) and she said she did almost instantly. I had a funny experience with her this morning too, Izzy doesn’t always look at people but she is more and more so this morning I was feeding her breakfast and I said, “Izzy, if I can tame my wild hair you might be early for school, did you see my hair?” She turned her head to look at me and smiled almost laughed at my hair which is getting too long and is naturally curly so I have quite the hairdo in the morning. It’s nice to give your family a reason to smile first thing in the morning. I’m always the giver ;o).

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