Love the Lord your God, listen to His voice and hold fast to Him, for the Lord is your life! Deut. 30:20

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Cough, cough!

Yesterday while Jill was teaching Kindermusik (Sophia is in that class), Hannah and I ran some errands. Here is Hannah on her "phone". She said she was calling Shirley (whoever that is) to see if she could help me in the church nursery on Sunday. You know that I am obviously a very poor example to my grandchildren as I talk on my phone while driving. Someday they'll probably make it against the law, but until then... Hannah and I decided to go to Drubers for some donuts. She wanted the donut with sprinkles and she also asked me to get some donut holes. She took a donut hole and began to cram it into the hole of the donut.

Then she said "Jesus came into the heart of the donut hole."

When it was time for Hannah's Kindermusik class, I took her and picked up Sophia. She came to the grocery store with me. She loves to go to the store! I have heard that if you want to save money on your grocery bill, leave the children behind. I understand why.

Last Thursday at my young mom's Bible study, Kendall Smith brought this delicious bubble bread. Here is the recipe:

Bubble Bread

24 oz. rolls (I use 18 frozen Rhodes rolls)

3 oz. pkg butterscotch pudding (not instant)

1/2 c. brown sugar, packed

1 tsp. cinnamon

1 stick butter

Butter bundt cake pan. Dump in frozen rolls. Blend pudding mix, brown sugar, and cinnamon in small bowl. Scatter over rolls. It will sift down as rolls rise. Cut butter into thin pats and arrange over top of rolls. Cover pan with foil, leaving covered pan to rise on counter overnight.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees, bake covered for 35 minutes. Turn onto plate.

I decided to make this for my old(er) ladies' (except for Julie Friesen) Bible study this morning. Kendall, are you SURE it takes a whole stick of butter? A tip - put a cookie sheet under the Bubble bread. Some of the butter spilled over onto the bottom of my oven and this is what happened!!!

I had to open all the windows and turn on all the fans. Cough, cough!!! And now this afternoon I have the oven on self-cleaning and it is an awful, horrible smell in the house! I was able to clear out the house for the most part by the time the ladies' arrived. It was quite chilly since I had had the windows open, but I had to! Sorry, ladies!

Luckily, the bubble bread turned out wonderfully! YUM! So gooey and delicious! By the way, I have added to the recipe - "Put cookie sheet underneath".

Half of the women were missing from study today due to various circumstances, but here are some of us.

This year we have been studying the Sermon on the Mount. It has been very good! Thank you, Debbie Fry for leading this!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

now *that* looks like a study i should be part of (and i am not just saying that because of the food!). mostly 'cuz there are some pretty amazing women sitting around that table...