Treat your masks as well as you treat your underwear. If this list confuses you, just substitute the word underwear every time I use the word mask. And remember your mom with laughter!
Always wear a clean mask every time you go out. You never know when you will end up in the hospital.
Your mask should be snug but not revealing. After all, some things are meant to be kept private.
Don’t pick or scratch at your mask in public. People will talk.
Don’t use the same mask two days in a row. You will smell. They have to be washed.
If your masks have the days of the week marked on them, be sure to wear the right one on the right day.
Never trade masks. Who knows where their mask has been!
If the mask gets ruined, has worn fabric or elastic, toss it out. Show some respect for yourself.
Discard your mask safely so that others don’t aren’t exposed to your ‘you know what.’
Don’t quit. Don’t cave in. It is all well worth it in the end. It is not success you are after in such times but survival. Be survivors! Before you’ve run out of options, the Son of Man will have arrived. (From Matthew 10:21-23, MSG)
My dad used to call those bits before a meal as hor-dervies. He would have loved this recipe. Onions were his favorite food!
I gave you this recipe before but maybe you were foolish enough not to try it. Better luck this time!
Three ingredient Cheesy Onion Pie
Four cups of chopped onions
Four cups of grated cheese (I like Cheddar
Unbaked pie crust for a deep dish two-crust pie
Stir onions and cheese together. Pack into a deep pie plate lined with pastry. Add top crust, pierce it, and bake at 425 degrees F. for ten minutes, and then 350 degrees for another 30-35 minutes until onions are soft and crust is baked. Serve hot or cold.
For a larger crowd, use a 9×13 pan and a thinner layer of filling. Cut in squares to serve.
Just like my pie, some people find it hard to believe that Jesus, the Son of God, took human form, came to earth, was crucified for our sins and then was raised from the dead.
Are you willing to try my pie…and my Jesus?
But he was pie-rced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed (Isaiah 53:5, NIV).
It’s hard to pull a meal together when the oven is taken up with a big old fat turkey, isn’t it? I’m giving you this saving grace recipe now. Print it off and save it in case I forget to repeat it for Thanksgiving or Christmas.
- Cook the turkey the day before.
- Carve the turkey into serving size slices.
- Separate Romaine lettuce leaves.
- Wash them and pat them dry.
- Put a layer of Romaine lettuce in an aluminium pan or large roast pan.
- Add a layer of turkey.
- Repeat steps 5 and 6, ending with a layer of Romaine leaves.
- Cover tightly with foil and put in fridge.
- To heat the turkey, add about ¼ cup water to the pan.
- Heat in 250ºF oven till turkey is at the desired serving temperature.
P.S. Here is God’s recipe for lettuce: Let Us Love One Another.
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35, NIV)
Prayer – Lord we pray that you give us the strength to do just that. Amen
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