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Hello Again

Well, it has been some time since I posted here last and much has happen since the last time I posted something on my blog.

In March we put our home up for sale...things were getting pretty financially and we needed to find a way to catch up on the bills ( still hasn't happened) We found a buyer but then things happened that he backed out of buy.... wasn't untill the middle of June that we found some one else to purchase our home.... now just waiting for a closing date, so they can sign the papers . There are things they want us to do before they will sign.... So here we are bouncing from one rv camp site to another with ten people in a small rv trailer meant for six people .... it has been and is very interesting.... It is amazing that we haven't killed each other but are getting along rather well. The Lord works in mysterious ways when you are trying to do what He asks of you....

Missouri is a very beautiful.... hot and humid.... but very beautiful with the green-ness, trees and rolling hills. Yes, I think I can get use to living here. The only thing I really don't like about this state is that you can't catch a trout when fishing and there are tiny grass ticks every

where...some are not so tiny...

I have been dialysising at the clinic which is working out quite well, gives my daughter a chance to find a job and a school.... she wants to go to beauty school and learn how to take photos. I found a few things out about dialysising, like we shouldn't poke the needles in only the one stop but to move it around... I am feeling pretty good and am looking for a new home and patiently waiting for the artifical kidney to come available. Rumor has it that it will be on the market in about six years.... I sure hope so.... sooner would be nice...

Well, I think I have rambled on enough...


Here is this post's recipe.... (found this on Facebook)


This is truly delish... I love fruit and it is great for summertime!


Ingredients

1 can(s) pineapple chunks, in their own juice, 20 oz.

1 can(s) mandarin oranges, drained, 15 oz.

1 bunch green grapes, halved, about 3/4 lb.

2 bananas

1 pkg strawberries, sliced however you want, 16 oz.

1 box small box of vanilla instant pudding (Jell-o brand only – others just don’t taste right), 3.4 oz

you can also add other fruits that you like to this as you please.

Directions

1. Pour the pineapple, juice and all, into a bowl. Add the pudding mix and stir until creamy. Stir in the DRAINED mandarin oranges.

2. Add additional fruit. Stir in completely until covered and creamy.

3. Refrigerate the salad for a while until it is nice and chilled. Don’t let it sit too long or the bananas will turn brown. You can also serve right after making this without chilling. Personally, it is much better chilled.










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