Happy Hump Day! Here are a few delightful tidbits to get you through today and on to the weekend.
Funnies – Actually this is sort of heartbreaking and funny all at once.
Fashion – I got a Stitch Fix box today! YAH! You can read about my last box HERE.
Clockwise from the top left:
Chevron Dress – This little gem had a lot going for it. I love the color and print and the fabric felt wonderful. After trying it on, however, it became clear that this was not for me. Nope.
Navy Blue Skinny Jean – Stitch Fix has been hitting it out of the park with pants for me lately. These are a good fit, nice fabric and basic navy makes them a staple.
Color Block Top – The fact that this is color block and neutral would make it seem like a keeper but it was a little too boxy and going into winter I didn’t think I needed it.
Dolman Sleeve Sweater – This is a lightweight sweater-ish type of shirt. The fit is flattering and color is pretty. I’m on the fence about this one.
I also received a leopard print pencil skirt. I already own one of these so I popped it right in the return envelope.
Food: Monday’s nice weather gave way to a cold and rainy evening spent following my golfer around the golf course. I was trying to sneak out early when I realized the keys were locked in the minivan. Guess I was staying all the way to the bitter end. Come 8:00 it was getting dark, we were freezing cold and this set the stage perfectly for a comfort food supper of Cassoulet and Tastfully Simple Bountiful Beer bread made with Sprite.
This recipe is one my mom made frequently when we were growing up. I have modified it a bit so that it’s easier to make. You’re welcome!
one jar of Great Northern beans (with juice)
one package of diced ham
some diced onion (I just put some in – whatever looks good to you)
one pound of Bob Evans sausage, cooked
a sprinkle of parsley
I put the ingredients in the crock pot long enough to get them warm and to let the flavors mix. If you need it quick, put it on a higher setting or leave it on longer at a low setting if you have the time.
This is FAB as leftovers also!
Faith: We know that I love learning and I especially enjoy reading the Bible and learning more about it in the context of a class with other women. It’s a beautiful thing when we can come together and share our experiences with life and God and each other. This is the next study we are diving into at church. I can’t wait!
If you would like to join an online study then head on over to IF:EQUIP. We have just started the book of Genesis. You can sign up to have these sent to your inbox daily. It’s a short reading, a 2 minute video and you can read/add your own comments.
Have you done a good Bible study recently? What was it?