Zach loves Christmas lights. He says, "More ights more ights!" without the "l." It's cute. Jason and I took him this past week to see the lights and all the excitement on the square. It was a perfect night.
Riding a pony
Jason and Z on a camel
This is the best we could do. I know I know, Santa looks kind of scary, but he was so nice! He looked great in person. ; )
A few "Cook & Conquer" answers ~
1. Elli divided up the meals into three groups...five chicken dishes, five beef, and five "other" dishes which was a lot of pasta. Yum!
2. If we had any preferences we let her know before she chose the meals. For example, Jason does not like onions. You can't always please everyone, but we didn't have a problem and you can always add things later if you want.
3. Each recipe tells how much of each ingredient you must have to meet your group's needs (cooking for three families, six families, nine families, etc.).
4. I will be happy to post my three recipes, but I'll also include the names of the the recipe books they came from. They are full of great freezer recipes. I just need to get it all together. ; )
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask. I'm all about this idea...not worrying about cooking each night, trying fifteen new meals, having healthy food choices, and saving money, too!
This picture of Reese with Jason looking at her melts my heart. I hope we have another daughter who looks just like her! She's perfect.
God's way is perfect. All the LORD's promises prove true.