Category Archives: food

in my lunchbox

This is what I’m eating for lunch right now…as I type…what are you having for lunch today?

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just yum

This is my new go to lunch…earth balance coconut & peanut spread…healthy and delicious! I’ve been eating it with Peach Polaner All Fruit…just yum!

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fresh discovery

For someone who has gotten into a cooking s.l.u.m.p, the discovery of this wonderful magazine has been a summer life-saver! My sister gave my other sister a copy of it, and that sister showed it to me when I visited my mom in the spring. I spied it in the airport newsstand when flying home….and…

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Paleo Perfection

I seem to be talking about food a lot lately, but….oh my goodness…..if you haven’t seen this new cookbook,  you need to.  It is full of beautiful, easy-to-make Paleo recipes: grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. This Club Sandwich Wrap that I made for dinner last night was scrumptious! Visit the author, Danielle Walker’s, blog , Against all Grain, to keep up…

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Hanging on for dear life

  After seeing the Green Lemonade recipe I shared in my last post, my friend, Jackie, asked me to share more juice ideas with her.  I thought others might like that too, so I thought I would tell you what I had for breakfast this morning.  Yummy and rejuvenating! Drink this at least a half…

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  • My friend just started juicing and she LOVES it! Lately, I’ve been thinking about the media — the headlines in the paper are starting to scare me, which means that I might be reading the paper more than I am reading my Bible. Whenever I read about something going awry, I want to take it to God in prayer and let His promises wash over me.ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Hi Jen!
      When I juice I notice I seem to have more energy, and it’s a great way to get fruits and vegetables into my diet.
      I like your observation about the connection between your fear and the media, and I, too, am grateful for His promises.
      I am learning that we have nothing to fear when we “fear” Him!ReplyCancel

  • This is my first time here – what a beautiful place you have! I don’t know exactly how you did it, but you made vegetables look scrumptious. I may have to let my children take a peek at your blog. 🙂 I look forward to coming back …ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Nice to see you here, Amanda—
      Making vegetables look scrumptious…it’s all about the light! LOL
      Hope to see more of you….
      If you have a juicer, try the green lemonade in my last post…..I’m pretty sure your kids will love it 😉ReplyCancel

  • How right you are, Debi — it’s SO easy to expend more effort on my physical condition than on the state of my spirit. Thanks for the perspective!ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Janice,
      Glad you found your way here; hope to get to know you better. BTW I love the by line of your blog….”everybody has a story” …so true!ReplyCancel

  • What beautiful pictures! I have to be honest–juicing always sounded a little gross to me, but you sure do make it look good!

    I love the analogy; I have often thought the same idea. I spend so much time doing everything else in my life, and even though I am much more consistent now in prayer and reading the Bible, the amount of time I spend pales in comparison to the time I spend in other areas.ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Hello Jennifer!
      I know what you mean about some of the ingredients that go into juicing, but the taste is usually not that bad and the benefits are phenomenal—I always feel better and look better when i juice 😉
      The thing about spending time cultivating our spiritual life is that we can do it all day long through meditation, even while we are preforming other duties and tasks.ReplyCancel

  • dear debi… what a beautiful place you have here… thank you so much for commenting on my post so i could find you. your words meant the world to me. bless you sister.ReplyCancel

    • Debi

      Isn’t our Lord wonderful to come beside us and encourage us at just the time we sorely need it? He has great plans…he didn’t give you that testimony to hide. It will be told in His perfect time!ReplyCancel

summer stuff

So what have I been doing this summer?
hmmmm…well…let’s see…

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  • Hey Debi! It’s funny that I went to post a question on your fb wall about the fabric that you had at your house the last time I was there and there was the link to this post! I was going to ask you where you got that fabric… I know you told me, I just forgot! I’m hoping to re-upholster a wing-back chair and CANNOT find any fabric that I like enough… but that fabric you found is absolutely beautiful!

    Btw, I love the new look to your blog… so casual and cute.ReplyCancel

  • Debi

    steal from me? LOL
    of course….can’t wait to see the finished product on your blog 🙂ReplyCancel

  • So fun! I can’t wait to read more!ReplyCancel

  • YAY! I just placed the order! I’m so excited to get this chair done… I bought it at a yard sale about 3 years ago and it’s been in storage til we moved. And yup, you sure will being reading about it on the blog! 🙂 Thanks for your help!ReplyCancel

  • […] {photo via Bare Faith} […]ReplyCancel

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