Saturday, February 27, 2010
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 4:44 PM
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 9:55 AM
Monday, March 16, 2009
1 ½ Tbs yeast
1 ½ tsp cardamom- this is good but you don’t have to have it
Preheat oven to 400.
* Dissolve the yeast in the milk. Add egg, sugar, salt, cardamom and flour, holding back a couple spoonfuls of the flour - beat well. Add the melted butter, beat again. Add more flour as necessary, kneading until you have a glossy, slightly sticky dough, sorta like the dough for cinnamon rolls. I did this in my Bosch, but it can of course be done by hand. Transfer the dough to a clean bowl and leave to rise for 1-1½ hours
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 2:42 PM
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 4:01 PM
Monday, January 26, 2009
Mark got a new job today and we are so happy. This is an answer to a lot of prayers, our prayers and so many others. Mark has a very very tough commute of literally 2 blocks from our house to his new work. He will be be building new modular classrooms. We are so blessed to get this job, especially with the state of the economy and it gets him away from a difficult job he is currently in. We are so thankful for this change and know Heavenly Father's hand helped to make this happen. Can't wait for Feb 9th, his start date!
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 9:18 AM
Monday, January 5, 2009
I love this picture! My Dad emailed it to us this weekend and I had to post it. It is my mom laying on the trampoline in the back yard in all her snow gid-up doing snow angels. They have tons and tons of snow as you can see. The snow is almost as tall as the trampoline.
Life is good for a Montana Mom!
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 10:50 AM
Thursday, December 18, 2008
I just had to write about Christmas and how each Christmas I reflect when I was in Bethlehem and we went to the feilds outside of Bethlehem in late November. I walked out into the feilds and the light was much like in this picture, we sang Christmas hymns and I looked up at the sky and how I knew that the Jesus Christ was a real man that was born in that town many years ago to bring peace to the earth. The world is forever changed because of the love of our Heavenly Father and the sacrifice of his Son. Christmas is such a beautiful season because it is the season that is about love, giving and forgiveness. All of these attributes of the Prince of Peace. I love the spirit of Christmas.
Posted by Mark and Robyn Family at 9:31 PM