By Ivalien Reynolds
Here it is March – the winds came and day light saving time. I was blessed to go to the Jesus House for a while and do some clothes for them. Then I was able to go to Providence Methodist Church for their country breakfast. It was so good and thanks to Betty Martin for fixing my plate and taking good care of me. Also got to see Mike and Sue hall. It was a good morning.
Thanks to Rhonda Morgan for saving me some cookbooks, also some Amish books. One has 1003 pages. That will last me for a bit. Its always so good to see Jerry and Rhonda. While I was there I also got to see Noah and Wendell Harris. Wendell said Lanita was in the car.
The Simmons family was up for the weekend and Mary brought me some delicious zucchini bread. It was delicious and I mean delicious.
It was nice to see Mike McPeak again and hear him speak. He’s been on my favorite person list for a long time. He has a lovely family also.
My friend Arlene Shough brought me a bracelet and some earrings. She keeps me well supplied in jewelry. Thank you.
It was so nice to spend some time with Van and Donna Rowe. When I went over to return jars from the last time I delivered soup from The Soup Kitchen before my fall. Sure was nice to have some “Down Time” and not rushed.
Thanks to the Men’s Ministry for a good hot dog supper and to Edie Lemons for some Amish books.
Looks like Spring is coming early the way everything is blooming.
Until next time love and may God’s blessing come to each of you.
Food for thought- God doesn’t give up on anyone. He loves all his children and is at work in their hearts in ways no one else can see.
Green Onion Noodle Casserole
2 lbs ground beef
3 tsp salt
4 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp pepper
2 (16 oz) cans of tomatoes
4 cloves garlic, chopped
2 (8 oz.) cans of tomato sauce
1 (10 oz) pkg thin egg noodles
1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese
2 cups sour cream
12 green onions chopped with tops
2 cups cheddar cheese sharp – grated
Brown ground beef, drain, ad salt, sugar, pepper, tomatoes, garlic, tomato sauce. Simmer for 10 minutes. Prepare noodles according to package. Combine hot noodles with cream cheese. Add sour cream and green onions. In a 4 qt. casserole dish, layer noodles and meat mixture and top with grated cheese. Bake at 325 for 30 minutes. yields 10-12 servings. From a cookbook for casseroles. (Rhonda Morgan gave me 2 brand new cookbooks from the Jesus House.)