Taking a “not so sloppy sloppy joe” recipe, changing it a little bit and making it your own …
Happiness is also baking the occasional side of fries to satiate the urge.
art, politics, religion: discuss
… A homemade bowl of barley and mushroom soup. Happiness is changing your diet to an almost exclusively fresh ingredient menu.
Happiness is Homemade, because canned soup has enough sodium to fill a salt mine … And ramen noodle soup has enough sodium to fill that mine twice.
Happiness is homemade soup, served in a bowl your mom bought you (with your name on it) because she had the foresight to know that one day, it really would be “Jeremy’s Soup”. Thanks, Mom, for providing the discipline and the health education to make this process so much easier.
I go back every month to see what Tracy Harris has cooked up at the ACA blog. This one struck a nervy chord with me:
One of the most inexplicable aspects of my religious upbringing was this very fact; Miracles aren’t what they used to be. How is it that, in an age of development and science, that those who claim to witness miracles are remotely satisfied with that which they are calling a miracle? How is it that there are many who question the very existence of modern miracles, and there isn’t an ounce of deified curiosity looking down from heaven and thinking, “Man, maybe I should do something unmistakably godlike.”
. Continue reading “Miracles Ain’t What They Used to be. Am I right or am I right?”
My second shoot on Sunday went well. There were more opportunities for organic, “available light” shots.
These are just a few that stood out. I have much more to go through. These only concentrate on momma and daughter. There are two sons and a father to figure out what to do with next!