Amen!Thank you Sandi!♡
I like a love story, especially when it is illustrated by your lovely drawings.
Thank you Duta! Love stories are my favorite stories to illustrate:))♡
A lovely verse and a lovely drawing to go with it.Thank you for your wonderful comment at my blog post today. I've got quite a lot to do to prepare for my neice's visit as I need to clear and tidy my bedroom for her to stay in when she visits (I'll sleep in the front room). We always have a nice time and her visit is not so very long though I always need a rest afterward.In terms of batch cooking, I haven't actually researched about the vegetables but when I get to that part my vegetable meals will not likely be frozen unless I make something like vegetarian lasagna. I will mostly be preparing cous cous, brown rice, beans and chopped up vegetables and fruits which are ready to go in the fridge for the week. Other things like lentil stew and so on can no doubt be frozen. I will only batch cook for a week or two at most before starting all over again since my freezer is not huge.Have a wonderful week ahead dear Shayndel.
Thank you Joyful!!That all sounds really good!! I would like to try vegetarian lasagna! Your niece will be blessed by all your wonderful and thoughtful cooking and preparations!! You too, a wonderful week ahead!xox
Amen to that!Thanks for your comment on my Jeshurun post. I've gotten a few really informative comments. I had never noticed the word until a few days ago, if you can believe that! Something made me pause and ask, "What does that mean?"
Thanks Sandi!! That`s great. May the God of Jeshurun reveal to you and all of us more and more of who He is, as we enter into the new month of Elul, and seek Him in this last month of this year (on the Hebrew calendar) and almost beginning of a new year!!♡