Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Dan's Feast...
Sorry I didn't get this posted sooner. Blogger wasn't allowing me to post pictures and this picture was just too cute to miss!
Daniel is 17y. He is a great guy. Full of fun, as you can tell. He is a hard worker and a good student, very disciplined. He is the life of the party and has tons of friends. He is very caring and interested in other people. He reminds me a lot of my Dad- even looks a lot like him. Daniel can be counted on to get the job done- no matter what the job. He is wanting to be a gospel preacher and I think he will be a great one.
His feast was last- but certainly not least! The table was simply set with a few candles. He had barbeque pulled pork which was deliscious! Along with that, he had cole slaw and home made onion rings- wow, were they good! He served apple crisp and ice cream for dessert and IBC rootbeer for his drink. He bought the kids their own little suncatchers and they painted them the next day. We had a great time and now the feast season is over. Bill and I decided to have our feasts randomly over the next couple months- just something impromptu to cheer the kids up during the cold winter here on the prairie.

5 comments:

Peni said...

Dan the man .... such a great guy. He always sounds so enthusiastic on the phone!

....these feasts are too soon over, and such joy to read about. A great tradition.

Julia said...

Eeeeeeewwwwwwww! I hate fish! But, I love this picture! Your feasts are such a great tradition. Thanks for sharing them!

Have you been doing anything quilty lately? How about crocheting?

BTW, I love your new picture! You are very pretty, inside and out!

Julie in the Barn said...

Oh, Nines, thanks so much for sharing all the feasting and your charming family. I always feel so warmed and happy after reading your posts.

Your random stuff is cute & quirky, just as I would expect from someone cute & quirky like you!

Stay warm out there on the prarie. Spring will get here eventually. Hugs from Julie out west in unseasonably warm California.

Quilts And Pieces said...

OH that picture is just too wonderful!

Darcie said...

;-) What a guy! And oh what a feast! I would have been there in a heartbeat! (Was the pulled pork served on your homemade rolls?)

He will be a great one. And people will travel for miles around to hear him speak. I just know it.

Love and hugs....