Salsa

Well that batch of salsa is done.  We got 11 pints.  It took up the major part of the day.  From morning till lunch chopping.  We were blessed to use all fresh garden ingredients.  The tomatoes had to be scalded, peeled and then chopped.  Then from lunch until about 6:00 was dedicated to simmering and then canning.  If I knew how to do pictures, I would show you pictures of the jars.  The salsa is very pretty in the jars and taste wonderful.  Today we will be working on some more corn.  At last count we had a little over 200 ears in the freezer and around 30 cans of corn.  Thank you Lord.  Last night was church night.  We have been working on establishing a youth class on Wed. and last night we had 7 youth.  Pretty good for a small church.  I think this is one of those stretching times from the Lord.  I have never taught youth before(only my own) however this has truly been fun.  My prayer would be to see more kids show up and that they would learn more about our Lord through this class.  Well I gotta get some work done.  I need to go down to the barn and get some milk.  We get our milk fresh from the cow.  The girls however now have a hard time drinking what we call store milk.  They say it doesn’t taste good.  Thanks for reading and may God bless you throughout this day.

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  1. Bring your camera down when you come tomorrow and we’ll update this post with some pictures.

    I know the girls will have to get used to store bought milk… that is so funny that they don’t like it. I can’t blame them though.

    Doing Great
    David

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