I love Sundays! I love the time of worship and praise. I don’t mean to sound too cliché or weird, but hymns and music speaks to my heart in a way nothing else ever has. I guess that’s why I am a musician!
Since Andrew and I met we have both served in different churches for the most part. That is just the way it has been for us. I know this seems crazy, odd, and unthinkable for most people. I mean who would go to a different church than their spouse, right? Especially if your spouse is a minister. Andrew and I have just always viewed it as we both have a calling, neither more important than another, and we both serve the church. We support each other. I’m not saying this always works perfectly, that I don’t have some concern about the kids in this matter, or that we will always do it this way. Who knows? We just love God, and want our kids to learn about Him, His love, and we pray they will want to love and serve Him too.
Sunday mornings can be hectic making sure the kids are fed and dressed for church. We leave the house around 8:15 am because choir rehearsal is at 9 am, so I arrive earlier to make sure every thing is ready. That’s just how I roll! After church on Sunday mornings, I come home and prepare lunch. Typically I don’t have any other commitments the rest of the day. We eat lunch, have nap time, and generally it is a relaxing afternoon and evening! This is the time of the year that Andrew becomes busy on Sunday afternoons and evenings with meetings, confirmation, Bible studies, etc. That is why I have changed our eat out meal to Saturday on this menu.
Blessings and Peace!
Lunch: Chili. Dinner: Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs, Green beans and roasted potatoes
Lunch: Nachos. Dinner: Sesame Chicken Salad
Lunch: Sausage and Beans. Dinner: Slow Cooker Lasagna
Lunch: Lasagna (leftover). Dinner: Pork roast with apples and onions.
Lunch: Pork Sandwiches (made from the leftover pork). Dinner: Steak, Mashed Potatoes and Asparagus.
Lunch: Sandwiches and chips. Dinner: eat out.
Lunch: Ramen Noodle Stir Fry (we really liked this, so I want to try it again)
Dinner: Meatloaf, macaroni and cheese, and broccoli.
2 thoughts on “Soul Food. Sunday, October 15, 2017”
Sunday’s are a busy day for y’all!!! It’s sounds like you do have time to relax and enjoy them some too! :))
Wow! That menu looks amazing! Thank you for sharing it! I will have to try that pork roast with apples and onions! Pray you have a blessed day!!!
Thanks! You can find the recipe for the Pork Roast with apples and onions on Pioneer Woman.com, or Foodnetwork.com.