This 2nd Sunday was uniquely wonderful. WHY? My daughter, Delsi spoke in our church meeting; then family and friends came to our house after the service to eat and visit. We also celebrated Mother’s Day with wonderful women in our life. Later that afternoon was our 2nd Sunday Dinner. Between the two events that day, I had a count of slightly over 100 people that came to eat with us sometime during the day. Luckily I had angels help me prep to get it all together on Saturday (yes hairnets are a requirement for 2nd Sunday cooking) while Stan worked in the yard.
Long time neighbors and friends, Jessica and Michal came over to assist in putting together the tortilla roll-up’s, made biscuits and gravy – basically saving me hours and hours of work. THANKS gals.Delsi made the Lasagna Roll’s. She wondered if they would ever end….
Stan put in our garden, then had to go back and cover the new tender plants from the extreme cold we are having here in our area.
I am so frustrated with myself! Instead of copying pictures to attach for the post today, I accidentally deleted them! I apologize to those who were so kind to pose for the camera and give permission for me to use your picture.
Next month, I’ll try to get them again. Luckily, I do have some that my son took.
MENU: Brunch for those who came after the church service –
Tortilla Roll-Ups (in my cookbook)
Sausage Gravy & Biscuits (in my cookbook)
Veggies & Dip Cut Up Fruit Muffins
Thank you so much to family and friends who brought food for the morning event!
Notice the bottle of hand sanitizer at the beginning of the food? If you have people over for a group activity or event, small or large, it is a good idea to provide this to your company.
A few of the very special women in our family.
Lasagna Rolls Rolls & Butter Green Salad & Dressing Desserts of Cinnamon Rolls, Cream Cheese Brownies with Chocolate Frosting and Neimen Marcus Bars
Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014
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