Wednesday, September 2, 2009

~Cooking at Comargo camp~

I got to help bake the desserts and rolls for our Comargo camp, and if you know me you know that I was in "Heaven". It was GREAT getting to work with Sis. Eisenhart, my sister Laura and the other ladies ...we had a blast. Sis. Eisenhart cooked her usual YUMMY MEALS and fed us a WONDERFUL feast during camp.
God Himself came to camp and His sweet presence and seeing our children pray at the alter meant the world to us.
~Grammy E., Laura, Elijah and I working in the kitchen. (Elijah didn't work in the kitchen he was just needing Mommy at that moment).~
~Noah was THRILLED that DJ took him and Daddy on a ride in his big white truck. :)~
~Kimberly and some of her friends helping dry dishes during camp.~
~Laura and I making her yummy "Cinabon" Cinnamon rolls with a smiling Ginger behind us.~
~Sis. E. got these cute hats for us kitchen workers to wear. =)~

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seriously.... Subjective pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, what, who, and they) go in the subject portion of the sentence. Objective pronouns (me, him, her, us, whom, and them) go in the predicate portion of the sentence.

sherryldickinson said...

I wish I knew how to correct incorrect grammar (Ha!) but I am drowning out at sea in that area, myself.
Anyhoo, I love the picture of a little head and ears sitting in the truck with his father. Noah is my sweetheart!
And, I am HAPPY to hear that my GRANDchildren prayed at the altar at Camargo Camp Meeting!
You are a good mommy, Heather!
I LOVE you six, dearly!
Mom D

Vonnie said...

Looks like you had a ton of fun!! And it looks like you need to get some security for your website. I don't think too many people are worried about the subjective and objective pronouns and how they are used!! :D Love you all!!

Charity said...

Looks like this camp believes in REAL FOOD!!! Yummy! You need to pop into our camp from time to time (just to make those Cinnabon rolls). Me like they.

Bethany said...

I like how people who leave rude comments are always too chicken to leave their name! :)

Are the cinnabon rolls the ones that have pudding in the dough?

Ahhh, love those things!

Anonymous said...

Great English lesson!!! :) I howled laughing at Charity's "Greek"!!! :) It was so fun baking together! Love ya much, your sister, Laura

~Heather~ said...

Charity, your comment cracked Phillip and I up!!! You are hilarious!!

Bethany, These "cinabon" cinnamon rolls use a French vanilla cake mix in them. They are yummy!

Yes, Laura, it was a blast working with you in the kitchen. Wasn't Chairty's comment a classic?! =) We love and miss y'all!

Eileen said...

Heather I so love viewing your blog. I am not able to check it out as much as I use to. But just wanted to let you know I haven't forgot you. I enjoy hearing the work that you do along with your family. I love hearing how Phillip is doing in his ministry. By the way I was wondering, how do you sign your name on a slant and in cursive like you do? I don't know I might have missed something some where. Thank you again for all that you do. God be with you and bless your work there. Love Ya!

Anonymous said...

Hey Little Girl, Your first comment reminded me of trying to teach you grammar as a little girl. Evidently it did not take! ;) I remember walking across campus with you as a toddler and attempting to correct the words you were using. When I explained that it was not proper grammar you looked up at me with a confused look coming from between those two blonde bouncy braids and stated, "who ever heard of a proper Grandmother!" That has become a classic in our family as well as to all those who know your Grandmother Scarbrough! But back to the criticisim, I fear (trust that I am not judging) that the one sending you that instruction could be more offended at the content of the messages you send rather than their wording. Just keep sweet and take it constructively and pray for the sender and God will continue to bless His "unworthy and 'IMPROPER' servant". I do love you, Moma
PS With nothing to do but travel the miles of deputation and attempt to keep four children focused on their home schooling, manners and training as they make one home after another their abode perhaps you could make the corrections to your blog for the sake of those like Charity who evidently need them. ;-) Charity was special to me in her college days and while I was not her grammar teacher perhaps I should have been! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hey Little Girl, Your first comment reminded me of trying to teach you grammar as a little girl. Evidently it did not take! ;) I remember walking across campus with you as a toddler and attempting to correct the words you were using. When I explained that it was not proper grammar you looked up at me with a confused look coming from between those two blonde bouncy braids and stated, "who ever heard of a proper Grandmother!" That has become a classic in our family as well as to all those who know your Grandmother Scarbrough! But back to the criticisim, I fear (trust that I am not judging) that the one sending you that instruction could be more offended at the content of the messages you send rather than their wording. Just keep sweet and take it constructively and pray for the sender and God will continue to bless His "unworthy and 'IMPROPER' servant". I do love you, Moma
PS With nothing to do but travel the miles of deputation and attempt to keep four children focused on their home schooling, manners and training as they make one home after another their abode perhaps you could make the corrections to your blog for the sake of those like Charity who evidently need them. ;-) Charity was special to me in her college days and while I was not her grammar teacher perhaps I should have been! ;-)

Aunt Ellen said...

Hi Heather...I don't know why, it puzzles me greatly, but I haven't been reading your blog these past few months. My brain is so overtaxed by brain fog and it really does bother me that I've somehow forgotten to read it!

I've spent the last 2 hours catching up -- and especially enjoyed the pictures of Arizona relatives and scenery that I love and miss so dearly. But it was interesting to read about the rest of your travels while in the USA doing deputation work, too. :-)

Life is too short to worry about using proper English when writing a happy blog about your life and your Christian endeavors, so don't worry about comments someone makes. I'm sure the majority of people reading your blog is too interested in the content to be critical about the technicality of writing. ;-)

We love you all bunches.

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