My Grandmama went to be with Jesus. Somehow, it’s hard to believe that she’s gone. Continue reading “A Tribute to my Grandmama”
A month ago or so we had an adventurous move. I won’t bore you with details. I will say that in the midst of the sudden happenings and adapting to yet another new normal our perspective has changed about life and the “things” we deem important. Continue reading “Speed Bumps”
There are some stories that almost take your breath away. They make you stop and think about the things in life that really matter.
Last Sunday evening Eric received a phone call from a friend of ours, Darrell Yoder. He was passing through the area heading for home and wondered about spending some time together. Continue reading “Hold Those You Love, Close”
It’s been a long while since I’ve taken the time to sit down and blog. Life in the Hershberger household is still much the same as where I left off this time last year. A few more recent happenings include: building a new house, (I hope to post some pictures soon.) and learning to eat the THM way (Trim Healthy Mamma). I know I was supposed to list three things but I couldn’t think of a third option that you’d find interesting and this isn’t English 112. Continue reading “Perfect Pickles the Easy Way”
Here is one of my favorite summer salads. Simply layer the following ingredients on a dinner plate:
- green or red leaf lettuce, or Romaine lettuce and a handful of spinach
- *chopped cooked chicken
- shredded cheddar cheese
- tomato wedges
- Avocado dressing – see below
I was homeward bound the other evening when a thought crossed my mind. The resulting blur of tears made it difficult to focus on the road ahead.
The thought was, “I don’t know if I can keep doing this!”
I’m sure there have been times in your life when you’ve had similar thoughts. Perhaps it stung way down deep in your soul. Continue reading “Finding the Happy Places”
You’ve heard the phrase often, “Don’t judge another man till you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.”
It would be ideal if we could all understand, empathize with people regarding their particular challenges. It would mean so much if we could extend grace, mercy to others instead of scrutinizing their situation. It would be like Jesus if we could learn to get down in life’s messy situations and sit with our brother or sister in need. For if we were all completely honest we’d acknowledge that it’s those who reach out in tangible ways to demonstrate care that touch our hearts when we are broken. Continue reading “Struggling to Walk”
Often scrumptious baked items call for eggs and dairy. I recently found this recipe and glanced over the list of ingredients. I thought with some tweaking it might be suitable! I gave it a try and both hubby and I were pleased with the results.
This cake is best complimented with a steaming cup of coffee. I’d highly recommend Archer Farms Vanilla Bean Creme Brulee. 🙂 Continue reading “Delectable Coffee Cake Dairy and Egg Free”
I had the opportunity to grow up on a sprawling farm in Campbell County which automatically made/makes me a country gal!
Excitement would build when early spring came; it meant the beginning of outdoor adventure! Granted, I disliked aspects of farm life like feeding calves before the break of dawn and fearing I would encounter a skunk. I would mentally envision the tomato bath and horrendous smell that would follow me all the way to school. Thankfully, this fear never became reality though I did spy one of those black and white critters early one morning. Continue reading “Flowers and I go Way Back”
If you’re learning to adapt to a nondairy lifestyle, you’ll appreciate this recipe. If you’re dealing with a nut allergy, I’m sorry. This recipe would need some tweaking to make it suitable but it could be done. 🙂 Continue reading “Refreshing Nondairy Peanut Butter Ice Cream”