Aunt Carolyn’s Angel Biscuits & Cinnamon Rolls

I’ve been making this rolls for many years now.  Thanks to Aunt Carolyn!  She taught me how to make this back in 2001 or 2002. I still have her handwritten recipe tucked away in one of my cookbooks. It is one of my all time favourite bread recipes.  Continue reading “Aunt Carolyn’s Angel Biscuits & Cinnamon Rolls”

Growing old is a good thing

In considering this post, my thought ran to how God says we are to number our days . . . So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom. (Psalm 90:12) I realise that God would not want me to waste His gift of time, so I seek to discover the meaning of living and learning as a person made in God’s image. Continue reading “Growing old is a good thing”

Chocolate Pecan Pie

I love Pecan Pie. My mother-in law taught me how to make it when I first visited Arkansas 14-15 years ago. But it was the traditional Pecan Pie without the chocolate that I learned from her. Sometime last year, Tita Emmy (one of the ladies at our church who always feed us with her delicious meals every Sunday), made Chocolate Pecan Pie and we all loved it.  Continue reading “Chocolate Pecan Pie”

God’s Needlework of Grace

Tapestry has been a form of textile art for centuries. The weavers are artists who can create very intricate designs, and make such a breathtaking and desirable tapestries. When you look at a tapestry hanging on a wall, you see a completely spectacular and perfect work of art. The form, the colours, the texture, and the patterns make a tapestry a display of surpassing beauty. Continue reading “God’s Needlework of Grace”

The Best of Intentions for the New Year

It’s that time of the year again when many of us take time out to do a review on the year behind, and with the best of intentions, draft our resolutions for the year to come. If you’re like me, as the end of December approaches I reflectively pause on the year past to count the blessings that God has bestowed upon my life. Continue reading “The Best of Intentions for the New Year”