By Ivalien Reynolds
Here it is February and I am still in therapy at home, but getting around with my cane. I have walked outside some with the therapist and have another week to go. The folks from Liberty are so nice.
Providence Methodist Church had their annual Sub Sunday. What a huge sub with all the trimmings and so delicious. I made 3 meals out of mine. Thanks to Betty Sue Martin for bringing mine to me.
Thanks to “The Enterprise” for calling and checking on me. I miss seeing all of you so much.
Guess what? With the help of Keith Medley we got the fall decor down and put out some winter decor. I was glad to get that done.
So good to hear from Sue Hall and have a nice conversation with her. She knows how to make my day brighter.
Love and prayers go out to a very special lady and a beautiful one- Elaine Pothytress.
Neighbor Teresa Martin came by got the mail and paper. Then we walked a bit. She brought lots of good stuff to eat one day. Also we had time to talk a bit also.
Sure was nice to talk with Mary Ann up in D.C. always good to hear from her and the news up there.
Please keep me in your prayers. Until next time be careful and safe.
Food for Thought- Precious Memories of yesterday can strengthen our faith today and tomorrow. The memories of what God has done for us can become building blocks for today and tomorrow.
3/4 lb. hamburger
1 medium onion (chopped)
Salt and pepper to taste
1/8 tsp. celery seed
1 tbsp. flour
2 tbsp. milk
2 cans chicken noodle soup
2 cups mashed potato chips
Combine meat, onion, salt, pepper and celery seed: Brown in skillet. Add flour, milk and soup to mixture. Heat until warm. Pour into casserole which has been buttered and coated with one cup of chips. Sprinkle rest of chips on top. Bake 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Yield 8-10 serving.