whatever is lovely... if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things. Philippians 4:8

How Fun! Vol. 34

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“How fun!” I find myself exclaiming this many times throughout the week. Here are just a few things that touched me or made me smile:

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Dontcha just love chippy paint?

Beauty in my week:

  • Gimbal’s Scottie Dog licorice.
  • Family walks after dark.
  • Downtown trees strung with white twinkle lights to celebrate our town’s 200th birthday.
  • Flowers from a neighbor.
  • Older daughters who prepare wonderful meals for the family.

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Blooming in my garden this week: 
hydrangeas, roses, gooseneck loosestrife, day lilies, sweet peas, purple hosta, bee balm, lamb’s ear, daisy, purple loosestrife,


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Here’s a really fun instagram account to follow:  @mirrorsme   She draws elaborate doodles on her mirror, inserts herself into them, and then snaps a selfie.  I find it very imaginative and whimsical.  And thank you to all those who started or do follow me on instagram!  I appreciate you!

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Instead of my weekly menu, I’m going to tell you about the Indian meal that Amy made us.  I know that Amy eats lots of Indian food while she’s in DC.  We don’t really have any Indian restaurants close to us.  About the time we were deciding if we should make the drive to a restaurant around some distance away, one of my friends suddenly came into all of these Indian ingredients that she wanted to give away.  (The Lord provides!!!)  Amy spent all day yesterday cooking and amazing scents filled the air in our home.  We have FEASTED!

Easy Indian Butter Chicken
Saag Paneer (with no paneer.  lol)
Chana Daal
Basamati Rice
Store bought Naan (Believe it or not, I found it at Walmart!!!)
Kulfi (I made this and used real whipping cream instead of Cool Whip.)

Amy used this recipe to make Tandoori Masala which was used in the Butter Chicken.

 


If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.  Marcus Cicero
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Have a great weekend! Remember Philippians 4:8. “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

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16 thoughts on “How Fun! Vol. 34”

  • Phil 4:8 is one of my favorite Bible verses!
    I love visiting your party each week! It really inspires me and calms my spirit!

    Have a wonderful weekend and thank you for being such a blessing to me! 🙂

  • Matar | Mutter Paneer is garlic, masalas, fine, a smooth motley of tomatoes, green peas, onion, paneer & so Mutter Paneer is a simple type Punjabi style of curry dish that makes dish tasty without any use of any type of fancy ingredients. This recipe is top with the pure masalas & other type of condiments & you know that as a superb tasty sabzi/curry and is ready to be served and eat.

  • Now, we talking about new day, as if you begin to walk on the streets of India, early the morning, we can find chai walas on every street corner, also sometimes in the small booth with a roof.most of the people in india prefer to have black tea in morning. I want you to know that you can here many people the black tea benefits in hindi ie,in national laungage. sometimes with we can get the the chai in a pot & a tiny fire.

  • baby corn recipe/ crispy baby corn is with a detailed photo recipe. It is an ideal type appetizer or it can be any party starter recipe which is made with the tender baby corns in the chili sauce. This recipe is a simple & very easy Chinese dish street food recipe which denotes replaces the recipe from the popular chili paneer.

  • Sabudana Khichdi is made with tapioca pearls. This khichdi is very simple & yet to flavorful. I love to eat sabudana khichdi with curd on the side. This is a vegan & gluten-free dish is so much popular in India during the breakfast & fasting & also on season of Navratri. If you ask me , then you don’t need an occasion to make this & eat it.

  • This is known by this name because the original is made up of had sixty-fine ingredients in it.Moreexp&ed explanation was given that is chicken 65 was always at the 65th option on the menu card at popular very restaurants in India. As there were lots of different variety of dishes on the menu

  • Traditional Indian ice cream is known as kulfi & this recipe is known as kulfi recipe, learn here how to make easily malai kulfi. some of the Maharashtrian search as kulfi recipe in Marathi on the internet or मावा कुल्फी all this you will learn here in easy steps that how to make kulfi and that too how to make kulfi at home we also provide with this recipe kulfi images so that you can make easily.

  • The Pav Bhaji recipe is one of the most popular Indian food. It is delicious spicy bhaji served along with butter laden pav. .Every fast food restaurant serves this Pav Bhaji. It is the most ordered dish on the menu which is enjoyed by all ages of people. now Learn here how to make restaurant-style Pav Bhaji at your home in the easiest possible way.

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