Friday, August 6, 2010

Nashville, TN

We made it to Nashville safe and sound and in great time too! And all you creepy burglar types take note that our dog is still protecting our house and we have friends house sitting as well! ;o) Tomorrow we'll swing through Knoxville to pick up the sister in love and her friend and head on to Gatlinburg. I'm so ready for vacation!

I borrowed this "Fill in the Blank Friday" from a friend's blog. Enjoy!
1. Today for breakfast I ate english muffin with peanut butter

2. My go to/never fail recipe spaghetti is pretty easy

3. Something I eat that other people think is weird is kit kats and reese's...ok maybe its the WAY I eat it that they think is weird. :o)

4. My worst cooking disaster ever was hmm...I've caught a pot boiling water on fire...I've severely burned pizza more than once...I totally botched easy mac...the list goes on and on.

5. If I could only eat one flavor of ice cream the rest of my life it would be Groom's Cake by Blue Bell..delish!

6. One food I hate and avoid at all costs is Sushi, blegh. Or Taco Bell. Double blegh.

7. What is your favorite meal? Breakfast, lunch, or dinner? I hate breakfast, but I always eat it because its good for you or something. ;o) I think I love dinner the most. :o)

What are your plans for the weekend?


  1. Sushi?!?!? AND TACO BELL?!?!?! I dont know if we can be friends anymore ;) Kidding...but I am sad for you!

    Ive never had Grooms Cake! I'll have to try it the next time we are in the states!

  2. Hi Crystal - this has nothing to do with your post, but I saw your comment on Allie's blog about wanting to pray for one of the names on the pink sheets. I'm Ali, another one of the nurses on board, and the one with the dwindling pile of sheets in my room.

    Please pray for Pierre Moumone. He's a man who came to us with a very large hernia. I have no other information about him, not his age or where he lives or anything. Just that he came and that we had to send him away, like we sent so many away. And in a country where something like 90% of people are farmers or fishermen, having a large hernia can mean that they're not able to support their families.

    Thank you so much for standing with us in this fight.

    peace and love,


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