Just can't resist posting a few more pictures. I hope Grandmanita and Lee Anne don't mind, cause I got some of these from them. Don't you just love the expressions? (I think I'm going to start saving now for our next reunion!)
Bethany grew these hot peppers in her garden a couple of years ago. I tried growing some this year but my "eight inch" peppers turned out to be about an inch and a half long. (That's a lot of hottness packed into one little package! ) It's green chile season in New Mexico. If I close my eyes and breathe deep, I can just about smell those chile peppers roasting. Mmmmm... You guys got me hooked too. So, what will it be, red or green?
Don't go away without letting us know you stopped by, especially if you have an open invitation to join this blog. If you are a family member and want to join but don't have an invite, send me an email (you know the address) and I'll send out an invitation.
This is the place to stop by and say hello, post a photo, or just palin catch up with the rest of us. Don't forget to check back often cause if we can get this thing going there will be lots to look at and plenty to say.
I've not been diagnosed with a gluten intolerance, but find I am much more comfortable when eating gluten-free. Having a local grocery store that marks their labels with a gluten-free symbol is a great help too. So, here are a few recipes and products I've been enjoying lately.
I am a work in the hands of the Master Potter. I pray that His fingerprints are all over me as I walk through this life. This is my journey. Thank you, Jesus, for not giving up on me.
I am mom to seven beautiful grown ups and grandma to ten beautiful grandchildren.