I found this recipe on Pinterest. I fixed it to take to my Grandma's for Sunday dinner. I actually let it cook during Sunday School and church in the fellowship hall. It was super easy. Everyone at dinner really liked it. Carl even asked me if I could cook it for the two of us one day during the week. That told me Carl REALLY liked it.
I made it this week. I let it cook in the crock pot one evening and we reheated it for our lunch the next day.
So if you need/want a new chicken recipe, here you go. Enjoy! It is really delicious.
Today marks 11 years since the horrible attack on our country. I will never forget September 11, 2001. I was actually still asleep when the towers of the World Trade Center were hit. My mom called me from work, and told me to turn on the radio to hear the news. I was shocked by what I was hearing. I got online to read news reports as the day went on.
I remember how we saw American flags flying everywhere we went for weeks after that day. Everyone was being so patriotic.
I remember buying the TIME and Newsweek magazines for a couple weeks.
I remember it being such a perfect day, weather wise. The sky was so blue, the temps were just about perfect, it was just a perfect early fall day.
It seems a little more real this year, since 9/11 falls on a Tuesday again.
Our country realized that day it was not invincible, and it is not invincible today. Now more than ever, our country needs a re-awakening. I am not getting all political, but our country needs help, and I believe the answer is in this verse:
II Chronicles 7:14
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
Friday evening, I attended a Legacy Five and Greater Vision concert in Indianapolis. It. Was. Awesome. In case you were not aware, Legacy Five recently hired a new bass singer after the original bass singer, Glenn Dustin, resigned from the group. Glenn was one of my favorites, so I was really bummed when he left. But, I was very pleased with the new guy.
Matt Fouch did a great job with the group on only his 4th concert with Legacy Five. I got to talk to him a little after the concert, and he was very easy to talk to, really down to earth, like all the guys in L5.
Legacy Five had their set first, and did several songs, including one of my favorites, Ask Me Why. I love that song. They did a fabulous job on We Shall See Jesus to end their first set.
Greater Vision had a great first set as well. They sang several favorites, like My Name Is Lazarus and I Know A Man That Can.
After the break, L5 came back and sang a few more songs, including one that featured the piano player Trey Ivey. Trey doesn't usually sing with the group, let alone have a solo, but he did a great job.
Greater Vision sang a few more songs as well before being joined by Legacy Five for a couple songs. They sang Beautiful Home, which is on the Jubilee 3 CD. Matt Fouch was featured on this one. They ended the night singing Champion of Love.
It was a great concert. I was so glad I decided to go. It made me anxious for NQC, which is this week. I saw lots of friends there as well.