Laughter Lifts the Heart
Several years into it, and this blog still refuses to be categorized. It's eclectic and includes everything from writing posts to snippets from my ordinary life.
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Tag Archives: cooking calamities
Fellow PBG author Clare Sanders has cheesy story to share~~~ Although I’ve had more than my share of cooking calamities, today I’d like to share one of my mother’s creations that became an oft-told story in my family. First, I … Continue reading
Fellow author Marji Laine found a new recipe for pancakes–though that’s not what she was aiming for~~~ I am a Cooking Calamity. In college, for my then-fiancé’s birthday, I baked a triple layer cake. My very first attempt at making … Continue reading
Ladies, I think we’ve finally learned the secret of getting our men to do the dishes for us. Pay close attention as author Christine Lindsay explains~~~ You’ve heard of “Duck Dynasty.” Well, how about “Ducky Beginnings”? Or…”how Dave and Christine’s … Continue reading
Sometimes fellow Women’s Fiction author and Christian PENner Kristen Stieffel is a little too organized~~~ I am a list-making and scheduling type, and the busier my schedule gets, the more I take time to list and schedule everything that needs … Continue reading
Sharon Srock, author of the wildly popular Women of Valley View series, has a treat to share that’s bound to make you wonder–how can banana pudding be transparent? ~~~ When Linda asked for kitchen disasters, I had to give the question … Continue reading
Fellow Christian PEN editor Alice Benavides has a messy experience to share~~~ For some years, I have grown my own tomatoes and canned my own tomato sauce. In a large pot, I simmer the quartered tomatoes, diced onions, and spices … Continue reading