Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Afternoon Journal - Tuesday, November 1, 2011

By Rebecca, simply yours

~ What Time It Is...

... 2:28 p.m.

~ What I'm Doing...

... enjoying my afternoon tea while I visit with YOU! <3

~ I Am Praising The LORD For...

... another beautiful autumn day! It's very windy here on the tall-grass prairies of southwest Missouri today, but the sun is shining and the temperature is in the mid-70's. I am thankful for each nice day that we get at this point!

~ Something Beautiful...

... the sight and sound of brown, crunchy leaves skidding and skittering down the road and across the lawn.

~ Something That Made Me Smile Today...

... our youngest grandson, Isaiah. Upon seeing me this morning a look of recognition came across his face, then he broke out into a big, toothless, dimply grin. I can't believe how fast the grandlittles are growing! I love each and every one of them more than life itself!

~ What I've Done So Far Today...

... made our bed, ran errands around town, made a couple loaves of bread, walked a 2-mile walk with son and dog, helped my husband take measurements on the windows he's putting in today, straightened house, and chased a chicken. :)

~ What I Have Left To Do...

... clean the kitchen, make supper, enjoy the rest of the afternoon and evening with my husband and son.

~ What's For Supper...

... stuffed pepper casserole, spinach salad, and fresh Rustic Wheat and Oat Bread from the oven (the recipe for this will be in the next issue of HEARTH AND HOME).

To make stuffed pepper casserole I used my regular stuffed pepper filling, but instead of stuffing the peppers, I spread the filling into a glass baking dish that has been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray and then I cut the peppers in half and press them down into the filling and bake as usual. It comes out really nice! 


2 comments:

  1. Rebecca, Sounds like a lovely day to me!
    I haven't had stuffed Peppers in a long time. Delicious meal.

    I've been indoors all day, but had some free time that I seldom get these days. Weather in the 70s is refreshing.

    God bless,
    d

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  2. Thanks for taking the time to stop in and leave a comment, Deanna! It's always so nice to have someone drop in for a visit! The stuffed pepper casserole is in the oven and it will be time for supper in just a bit. I can't wait! The smell of baking bread has driven me crazy all day! Glad you found time to enjoy some free time today. I don't think the nice weather is going to last much longer. Have a blessed evening, my friend!

    All My Love,
    ~Rebecca

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