Last weeks blessings and what I made

Shrimp and Pepper Stir Fry with Ginger Scallion Rice and
Romaine with Orange Cumin Dressing

Green Chile Stew

Last week was rather crazy. The weather was gloomy, which meant Eric and I were often gloomy. I’ve really been having trouble sleeping. But there’s been some big positives too. Eric’s Middle School boys’ small group has almost tripled in size! My High School girls’ group is going really great and I am learning so much from these girls! We also got 3 applications in from potential leaders for Life Hurts God Heals. Woo-hoo!

Sausage in Sweet Soy Rice with Stir Fried Carrots and Snow Peas

Beef Broccoli Stir Fry

I did have a lot of fun cooking last week. These pictures actually only represent 2/3 of our meals I made (Eric helped too!) Not only did I make some really delicious dishes for us, but I also made tons of pizza dough for my High School girls’ fun night out. We will be making our own pizzas and playing with the wii (tonight). It’s going to be a lot of work but I’m really excited about it. My fridge looks like a pizzeria right now!

Zucchini Gratin

Cinnamon Honey Oranges

Food we’ve been blessed with this week:

-Box of oranges for free from my friend Lori

-The innards of our date pumpkin

-Stir Fry Veggie Bag free for Eric from Safeway (Broccoli, Carrots, Snow Peas)

-Organic Chicken Sausages free for Eric from Safeway

-Still have free zucchini from Becky


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