after EIGHT days of a very fussy, unhappy little man, i find that i am even more grateful for my little guy's sweet spirit.
that's something else to add to my list of things to be thankful for!
i've been busy cooking today in preparation of turkey day. i made two sweet potato casseroles, two corn casseroles, and a fudge pie.
in my opinion, any vegetable can be delicious if you add some cheese to it and make it into a casserole.
yes, even squash.
however, i do not share the opinion that vegetables can be made delicious when made into a dessert.
no, i will not be eating pumpkin pie.
or pecan pie.
that is why i made a fudge pie.
you can't go wrong with chocolate.
(in my opinion.)
you also can't go wrong with cinnamon cookies.....
has anyone tried these? they are cinnabon cookies from pillsbury. the easy break-&-bake ones.
even little man thinks so.....
the scripture that's been posted at the bottom of this blog is one that i memorized in my bible study a while back, and it's just really stuck with me in this particular season of life i'm in.
"Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you."
in ALL circumstances. that's something i find i need reminding of almost daily.
i hope that everyone has a wonderful, blessed, joyous day, and that you have much to be thankful for!