Apr 13, 2010

Playing Ketchup

In order to update you on all of my latest news, I prepared a Spring Break Sandwich...

Bread:


Lettuce:
Pretty much the only thing that I left in the refrigerator for Nate when I left him alone for nine days. Big thanks to Mama Lucille, David and Katie, Brian and Mandy, and Ryan for feeding Nate.

Jalepenos:
Things got a little heated when four ten year old boys played Double Dog Dare with peppers at Dick's.

Olives:
I love going on field trips with the forth and fifth graders. I love 80 degree days and no rain at the beach. I love watching the sun rise on Easter morning. I love watching my boys hang out with their buddies. I love surprising Nate by getting home five hours early. I love the smell of my house. I love the fact that he was furiously doing laundry and dishes. I love all of you that still check my blog for updates...

Dressing:
Favorite purchase of the week... Organic Pima Cotton T-Shirt... $17

Cheese:
4th Graders Taking Pictures

Seasonings:
Outdoor Kitchen at Jamestown Colony.... my favorite part.

The Meat:
I was halfway through Jamestown and heard the name King James several times until I finally put two and two together. Oooohhh! THAT King James.

For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat. For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe. But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.
Hebrews 5:12-14

(Please don't tell my Bible 101 Class)

Sandwich Best Served Fried:

With Colonial Root Beer on the Side:

3 comments:

hubbardgirl said...

cute way to say it!! especially the "fried" part and the boys covering up the "root" on the rootbeer bottles.

Katie said...

after watching that video I am now counting Walmart as a blessing (yes- a blessing, imagine that!) for their $1.50 per loaf fresh bread.

Morgan said...

I way love that shirt! AND the skirt underneath..wonder if I can figure out how to do a layered one like that...