Friday, March 20, 2015

WEEK AT A GLANCE


What a week!! I didn't get much blogging done as we were out and about every day!!!  These are some of my "Cookie Kids".



Then Monday evening we had a wonderful dinner at Knott's Berry Farm Chicken Dinner Restaurant with friends from up North.




These are special friends who have become "family".  As Don has married, baptized, dedicated and shared with this family the entire 27 years we pastored in Hughson.  They had spent some vacation time at Disneyland, and I'll share some of the fun gifts they gave us in another post.



Wednesday evening we spent the evening enjoying a "Special Night" at Sunny Hill's High School.  Our grandson, Elijah was one of 18 candidates for "Mr. Sunny Hills".  It was a fun show of dancing, talent and formal wear.  We are very proud of this young man.

Hardly time for cooking ~ So made a quick oven dinner last night.  Panko crusted Tilapia, and red potatoes, onions and bell peppers.



Thirty minutes later~~a delicious dinner.


Last but not least ~ I received a darling letter from Elizabeth.  As you know she's 98 but even though her hand is shaky she took the time to send me a letter telling me how happy she is I got a Kitchen Aid and along with the letter ~ another recipe.  What a dear lady who has become like a mom to me.

How was your week?  Ours was a "whirlwind" but a delightful one!!

19 comments:

  1. Wanda, So glad you had a wonderful time with your friends. Your dinner looked very good and healthy. If I were a kid living near you, and you are making cookies to give out...you would be my sweetheart. LOL. That is kind of how I met my guardian angel...she was passing out cake to us kids in the neighborhood. God blessed me with her. She lives on in my heart and good memories. Bless you, xoxo,Susie

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  2. Wanda. How great that you had such a fun time with friends that are like family. Your grandson is adorable and your meal looks delicious.
    How wonderful to get the sweet letter from Elizabeth. A blessing in your life I can tell. xo Diana

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  3. Sounds like wonderful times you've been having. How so very sweet of Elizabeth to hand write you a letter. That truly is a gift of love. Blessings, Tammy

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  4. Fun to see your cookie children - love those smiles. Doesn't your dinner look tasty - big yum. My week was wonderful with dinner at a friend's on Wednesday and a lunch with another friend today. Great way to start the weekend and celebrate... SPRING!

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  5. Looks like you've been having a wonderful week, despite it being incredibly busy. Enjoyed your photos and the food looks yummy! :)

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  6. On Monday I had my doubts as to whether or not I'd make it through the week, but every day got better. I made some friends, washed some feet, and on Monday my new friend Alissa and I are going out to see if we can find some scrubs for clinical.
    :0)

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  7. love your banner! Oh that dinner looks great and i can see why you are proud of Elijah.

    I love Knotts - went there a few years ago with some grandkids.

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  8. Yours was a WONDERFUL whirlwind!! All things good. I love Elizabeth's letter... there is something so very special about a hand written note. =) blessings ~ tanna

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  9. Your dinner looks like something I could make and eat. I just bought some Panko bread crumbs (b/c I am on a low sodium diet) and I do have fish here. I like fish! You've been busy & havin' fun :-) Great!!!

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  10. Love that new header!
    What a great plant!
    Your week was full....which is a good thing!
    Your oven dinner looks great!
    Enjoy your weekend!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  11. Whew!!!
    What a week...wonderful, busy, and so full of fun and memories.
    No wonder you didn't blog much.
    Delightful that you could visit with your long time friends and that note from Elizabeth is absolutely precious. I like how she signed her name too.
    You cookie guys are too sweet. I don't blame you for falling for them.

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  12. The cookie kids make me smile. We were known as the lollipop folks at our last home! That is so precious about the handwritten note from Elizabeth. What a treasure! Your fish dinner looks so tasty. God bless your upcoming week.

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  13. I love a dinner that can be in one pan and into the oven! Easy peasy! ha.

    The cookie kids....you have them smiling!

    That Elijah is SO handsome. Fun times....

    You're having too much fun and are too busy. When are you going to start slowing down and acting your age? haha....

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