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Janice and Susan at 5 Miutes for Momsare giving away some awesome things for Mother’s day.  So far there are two contests – one for a *pink* or silver ipod and CHOCOLATE and the other is for an awesome baby carrier.

Go on over and check it out!  They promise to have more contests to come! Aren’t they awesome?!!?

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My inner color

I found this on Aimee’s blog.  It is a test to find your inner color.  Mine turned out to be blue.  And it is remarkably accurate……… check it out for yourself and see what your color is!

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Your Inner Color is Blue


Your Personality: Your natural warmth and intuition nurtures those around you. You are accepting and always follow your heart.

You in Love: Relationships are your top priority, and this includes love. You are most happy when you are serious with someone.

Your Career: You need to help others in your job to feel satistifed. You would be a great nurse, psychologist, or counselor.

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Happy Weekend!!

Hubby and I will celebrate our 7th anniversary on Sunday so we are headed out of town today. We are going to Virginia…….from there no body knows (yes – I’ve got some planning still to do =0))

Anyways – hope everyone has a happy and fully blessed weekend!

in HIM –

Mindy

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This is a great casserole.  It tastes delicious and freezes well.  Great to fix for a friend who needs a meal prepared for them.  They can always freeze it and eat it later! I know it has a LOT of cornbread in it but for those Southern girls out there who have cornbread with EV.VER.RY meal – it shouldn’t be a problem =)

Chicken Cornbread Casserole 

1/2 c. butter or margarine

1/4 c. chopped onion

1/4 c. celery

1 c. chicken broth

2 – 2 1/2 c. cooked chicken

1 c. chicken broth

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 can chicken and rice soup

4 c. cornbread crumbs

Saute’ onions and celery in the margarine.  Heat broth and soups; pour over cornbread crumbs and mix well.  Add onions, celery and chicken to cornbread mixture.  Salt and pepper to taste.  Add more broth or hot water- if needed.  Place in a greased casserole.  Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

Go on over to The Pumpkin Patch to add your recipes or see more! 

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Last week, I entered the Spring Into Summer blog challenge with my post entitled Blogger Blessings.  I just learned that I WON!!!!

The only other thing I have EVER won in my life was a quilt made by my Granny and her friends in the Quilting Club where I grew up!!! I am SOOOO excited!  I won a blog design done by none other than Darlene Schadt herself! I am so excited that I feel like jumping up and doing a dance – but I won’t.  Instead I will just walk around with this grin on my face all night long!

THANKS SO MUCH Darlene for choosing my post!

I just can’t wait to get my new blog design up and going!  I know it will be fabulous!

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This recipe comes from my aunt and brings back wonderful childhood memories.  This lasagna was my favorite as a child and when I need a good comfort food this is my go to! Enjoy!

1lb. ground beef

1 jar thick spaghetti sauce

1 1/2 cups water

1 15oz. container of ricotta cheese

3 c. shredded mozzarella or Monterrey Jack cheese

1/2 c. grated Parmesan cheese

 2 eggs

1/4 c. chopped parsley

1 tsp. salt

1/4 tsp. black pepper

8 oz. lasagna, uncooked

Brown beef in a 3- quart saucepan; drain off excess fat.  Add sauce and water.  Simmer about 10 minutes.  Combine remaining ingredients except lasagna, for filling.  Pour about 1 cup of sauce on bottom of a 13 x 9 x 2 inch baking pan.  Layer 3-4 pieces of uncooked lasagna over the sauce; cover with 1 1/2 cups of sauce. Spread half of the cheese filling over the sauce. Repeat layers of lasagna, and cheese filling.  Top with layer of lasagna and remaining sauce.  Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 55- 60 minutes. Remove foil; bake 10 minutes longer. Allow to stand for about 10 minutes  before cutting for easier handling.

Yield: 8 – 10 servings

 **To add your own recipes or check out others – go on over to The Pumpkin Patch!**

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But, I cannot do it right now.  I was out of town Friday and Saturday.  Yesterday was church…. I did get to go out to eat with my Breaking Free bible study group to celebrate finishing the study and a few of the blessed me with a sweet gift.  THIS adorable umbrella.d1b2_1_b.jpg  It matches my purse, ya’ll!  And what good Southern girl doesn’t like matching accessories!!!! =)

ANYWAYS –  Today is monday and I have tons of house work to catch up on and right now I cannot post much because my third and youngest daughter just cut her hair with daughter #2’s help.  Seeing as she is never one to be left out of anything (at 2 she talks like her 5 year old sister) and since her sisters cut each other’s hair back in November – it just makes sense that it was her turn now.

I will return when I stop crying………..

Hope you all are having a good Monday.

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