"Sometimes while I'm talking to God, He'll show me something about myself in such a way that I have to laugh at my own humanity and how funny I must look to Him." - Donna

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Sunday, November 21, 2004

Just for fun...

If you'd like to read something with a touch of humor, click here to read a piece on Penwomanship called "Thanksgiving - a Day in the Life of 'The Cook'" by yours truly. Something different that might cause you to chuckle. Thanks!


Anonymous said...

I loved reading that piece, Donna. Well done!

I'm not a great cook, but we manage all right for Thanksgiving and Christmas. And then I dive right back into reading novels...

Anonymous said...

This is really cute, Donna! I, too, am the wild-eyed cook, and I enjoy preparing a big meal for wonderful family--some of whom I see only once or twice a year, due to distance. Do you have any tips or recipes that allow a body to do most of the preparation in advance, so that there's more time before dinner to enjoy the company? Or what about clean-up...have you mastered a method that is fast and efficient?
Suggestions welcome.... :)

Anonymous said...

Donna, I got a chuckle out of that Thanksgiving piece. I've also been
enjoying your devotionals. You do great work!


Donna J. Shepherd said...

Thanks, Becca, Ellen, and Janet for reading! Glad you enjoyed it. I've gotten a few emails, too!

As for making things a bit easier? I go to my sister-in-law, Shirley's, house when I can! *g*

When I'm cooking, the first thing I do is run a sink full of hot, sudsy water, and clean up as I go. Otherwise, do I have a mess! The other thing is - I don't cook for big crowds very often, and don't have Thanksgiving at my house every year, so I have to keep washing out that big mixing bowl. lol! I also make as much as I can ahead of time.

As for cleanup after the meal - we all chip in and get the mess cleaned up fairly quickly. That is - until the sweet tooth starts acting up and we all have to have another piece of pie. After all - it's Thanksgiving! Calories don't count on that day! :)

Anonymous said...

Hey, you never cease to amaze me!!! I did not think you were a cook! You are always saying that you guys eat out all the time so I thought you would be a "carrier!" That was a cute one, I enjoyed that!


Anonymous said...


Finally had a chance to read the Thanksgiving story. Enjoyed it.


Donna J. Shepherd said...

Thanks, Sally and Jan! Sally, I like to cook, but not every day, or even very often. *g*

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