I hope your morning is full of happy thoughts, grateful prayers and kind words.
Yesterday afternoon it was dumping snow here in the PNW but at least at my home, it wasn’t sticking much. But wet, melted snow means a thin layer of ice to consider.
What to do when stuck indoors? I didn’t do much! I read a little bit, played a game, looked at Pinterest and made peanut butter truffles.
My truffles are such a hit that I was thinking I should start sending them out randomly to friends. Of course it would require a bit of planning but I could probably manage it.
Who doesn’t like getting gifts in the mail? I would plan to send a box of truffles with a small piece of artwork!
Giving to others makes me happy. It is one thing I truly enjoy doing and I never expect anything in return. By giving, no matter what it may be, can impact someone at that very moment. Sometimes you never know what a person is going through. Small tokens of kind words and or gifts can lift a person’s spirit up.
Enjoy your day today, even if it is filled with many “nothings”.
I know you may be thinking, these foods are so simple, what’s the big deal? Well, food allergies. That’s the big deal.
However, I have substituted certain ingredients and it’s simply not the same, unfortunately. I have mastered his hash browns to the perfect crispy consistency throughout. This morning I attempted potato pancakes from leftovers. I can’t have eggs, nor regular flour. However I did have patience and I needed it! A quarter cup of rice flour, a hot oiled pan and a big prayer for patience.
Just as in 2 Chronicles 15:7, “But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded”.
I have been trying to master my father’s potato pancakes for years but they never turned out. This morning was different. Despite the ingredients not being the same, I was patient. And it paid off. They weren’t perfect, and they were thinner than his, but in that very moment, the color is what captured the essence of my father. Perfectly golden brown. I know he looked over me and smiled. I could have cried. I did cry!
Just remember, never give up no matter what you are striving for! Remember God and practice patience because you will be rewarded.