Thursday, August 27, 2009

something fixable is good


Kanneloni Macaroni and Oma having a chat.

Yesterday was a good day. . .

a very good day.

My mom by love. . .Pauline. . .(you've met her over Hot Dog Relish and Potato Salad over at Mennonite girls can cook).. . . had tests. Today I am featuring her recipe for . . .

Chocolate Zucchini Bread over at Mennonite Girls Can Cook.

It turns out that Oma. . .

has an ulcer.

I was so happy.

On days when people are getting news they dreaded to hear. . . .

our family was relieved.

Something fixable. . . is good.

I made Apricot Platz. . . it may not have been a cure .. .

but it was a start and it couldn't hurt either.

Giving Thanks!!

All for now. . .

9 comments:

  1. Praise the Lord for this good news!

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  2. So happy for you all with the good news!! And what a great picture!!

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  3. Good news! That relieved feeling, huh? Breathe deeply.

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  4. Love the photo! And so glad that the news is good..we like to hear the word 'fixable'.

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  5. Whew...it's always good to hear news that is positive. Like Betty R, "fixable" is a great word!

    For those whose news was not so fixable, I am praying that God provides immense peace and joy and comfort.

    I love that Miss KM and Oma are having a little chat - may they chat together for many years to come!

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  6. When are you going to post a recipe for Kanneloni Macaroni?

    Does Pauline have the recipe or do you?

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  7. Thankfulness makes EVERYTHING good. and no.. apricot platz can't hurt anything !!
    I'm grateful with you that Pauline's problem was 'fixable'. I pray that the ulcer will heal quickly !!

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  8. What wonderful news! I can't imagine how relieved all of you were. The photo is so precious! "Fixable"...what a treasured word!!

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  9. Thank goodness for good new. That is a lovely picture of them together. I like Oma, the name, and I think I would like your Oma.
    QMM

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Thank you!