July — 2nd Sunday Dinner

Dinner 1

  

   It was 2nd Sun­day again, and my cute, awe­some sis­ter Jody was kind enough to cheese it up for the camera.

   Won­der­ful friends came to enjoy din­ner with us. 

 

DSC_2016 The Menu con­sisted of:  Ham & turkey Sand­wiches, chips, Orange Jello Salad (in my cook­book)  dill pickle spears,

Best Ranch Beans (click HERE for com­plete recipe, and they seri­ously are THE best!)Best Baked Beans 1And then for dessert:   Easy Cin­na­mon Twists.  Full recipe can be found HEREtwists 1 2x’s now a crowd favorite  aka scrap­ping the bowl clean — Roasted Banana & Nilla Pud­ding (click HERE for the recipe) DSC_0272 banana pudding 2

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These great ladies (LDS Sis­ter Mis­sion­ar­ies) always help to make 2nd Sun­day a won­der­ful time

 

 

 

 

This awe­some fam­ily have been friends for years.  Notice my son wants to be a part of them too! dinner 2        dinner 4

   Sharon and Delsi were Bear Cub Scout Den lead­ers and had a blast work­ing together. 

 

 

 

 

We are incred­i­bly for­tu­nate to have our friends Floyd and Karen are back home from their LDS Mis­sion in Macon Geor­gia.  They did amaz­ing things there work­ing with mil­i­tary per­son­nel, but we are sure glad to have them home!

dinner 3A HUGE thank you to all who came and brought new friends to meet!

Copy­right Car­rie Grone­man, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014

5 thoughts on “July — 2nd Sunday Dinner

  1. Car­rie,

    You recipes look so deli­cious. I am going to have to try the cin­na­mon twist soon and very soon. Was this the first 2nd Sun­day din­ner your daugh­ter was able to attend. It had to be very spe­cial for both of you and I am sure she was a great help. She is so beau­ti­ful! I love see­ing her smile. Your sis­ter and her both look like they have your personality.

    Have a Blessed day!
    Diane

  2. Hello Car­rie! I’ve nom­i­nated you for a Lieb­ster Award. It’s an award that blog­gers pass on to each other so we can get to know each other and so our read­ers can get to know us a lit­tle bet­ter too! You can check it out on my blog.
    http://www.claytonfamilykitchen.com/?p=435

    I really like this post and how you involved sev­eral recipes. I espe­cially love the cin­na­mon twists! They look yummy!
    Kat

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