Food Fun!

Food Fun!

Please feel free to share these food pics, as long as you credit and link back to my blog page where you found the food pic.

Thanks & enjoy!

😀

Hollow bell of Trombone cake
with removable large and small mouthpieces at far, right end
Hollow bell of trombone cake
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Trombone cake 2012
Front view of husband's 2012 birthday cake
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Strawberry Cake
Hope & Faith - celebrating birthdays together
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Easter Cross Cake 2011
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Creamy Parmesan Shrimp and Okra
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Orange Cream pastry, sliced open
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Chocolate “Lasagna” Cake
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Wedding Reception cake
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Easter Cross Cake 2010
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Side view of iPod Birthday cake 2010
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Steelhead Trout
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Corned Beef Brisket, Cabbage & Carrots
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Glazed Roasted Duck a l’Orange
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Coconut Macaroons
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Lemon Ginger Shrimp & Scallops over Wilted Spinach
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Holding hands…

From the devotional, Jesus Calling:

“The journey is arduous at times, and you are weak. Someday you will dance light-footed on the high peaks; but for now, your walk is often plodding and heavy. All I require of you is to take the next step, clinging to My hand for strength and direction. Though the path is difficult and the scenery dull at the moment, there are sparkling surprises just around the bend. Stay on the path I have selected for you. It is truly the path of life.”

Psalm 37:23-24: “A man’s steps are established by the LORD, and He takes pleasure in his way. Though he falls, he will not be overwhelmed, because the LORD holds his hand”

Thank you Lord, for holding our hands! ♥

Even so… she remains a leader ~ thank you, Lord!

Even in the darkness of this journey… she just got a 104 on an English test and holds straight A’s ~ wow, just WOW… brings tears to my eyes!  ♥  I’m so proud of you, Faith!!!  I know how hard you have worked, even in the midst of illness, to complete your assignments.

Thank you, Lord… for restoring enough of her for this!  🙂  Praying she continues to heal/recover… ♥

Tough day :(

Today was a difficult day, fraught with being “stuck” in many situations, unable to do numerous things and a full blown episode that lasted a little over an hour.

I have to wonder if this is the “turning back the pages” often seen post-IVIG, in which kids become more severely ill for a while before they improve.

I am exhausted and drained; I can only imagine what this must be like for her.  Oh dear Lord… I know we are in your loving hands…. please Lord, please… heal my child.  ♥

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