Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Her baby is named Anna and is 3 months old. She loves and tells friends about the book "Baby Wise", it helps her a lot.
As a child she lived in Newport News, Virginia. She went to junior high and high school in Orem
Her favorite vacation place is Lake Powell on a boat.
Her advice for good health is to get a good night's sleep and walk every day.
Her favorite season is Spring, her favorite subject in school was mythology
TV programs they like to watch are "The Office" and "So You Think You Can Dance"
She works as a dental assistant.
She is named after the word 'earth', and she lives in the trees
She graduated from Taylorsville High school
She wants to be a high school teacher
She graduated from Salt Lake Community College for psychology
She loves History and hates math
There are 4 generations living in her home right now
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Thursday, October 16, 2008
The October Book Club was fantastic. Emalee Banks hosted and chose the book- In the Beginning, by Chaim Potok. Since it was a Jewish book, Emalee served homemade hallah bread, apples and honey. (These are traditional foods eaten during Rosh Hashanah which was celebrated from Sept. 29-Oct. 1 this year.) She also provided Apple Beer, which was so delicious and fun to try. Don't worry, your lovely Relief Society sisters are drinking non-alcoholic beverages.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Apple Pudding Cake- Revised
1 ¾ c. sugar
½ c. margarine
Cream well and add:
2 c. flour
½ tsp salt
2 tsp. Baking soda
¼ tsp cloves
2 tsp. Cinnamon
1 tsp. Nutmeg
Mix well and add:
4 large apples (chopped small)
1 c. nuts
Bake in greased and flour 9x13 pan at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes. Top with sauce and Whipped cream
½ c. butter
1 c. sugar
½ c. evaporated milk
½ tsp vanilla
Dash of nutmeg
Heat until well blended, but not boiling, add vanilla and nutmeg last.
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Saturday, October 11, 2008
Mississippi Mud Cake- Revised
Monday, September 29, 2008
" She grew up in Nephi, now lives in the swamp went to college at SUU and Snow College. Then moved to Salt Lake City when she was offered a teaching job
" Met her husband at a student ward in Salt Lake, they have been married for two years
" She and her husband just had a new baby named Eden
" She teaches electives at Jordan High School: Interior Design, Design Strategy
" Favorite Music is anything that is easy listening. FM 100 and Celine Dion
" She loves sewing, especially things for her house (pillows on the couch)
" She also loves watching HDTV- anything to do with decorating- , she also likes watching Freaks and Geeks with her husband
" Her first job was at the Ben Franklin in Nephi, cutting fabric
" She is originally from California, now lives in the swamp
" She and her husband met as counselors at EFY- four months later they were engaged. She has been married for just over a year and they don't have any kids
" She loves ice cream, her favorite is Dreyer's Fudge Tracks, & Healthy Choice fudge bars
" Thing she liked most about being a teenager was driving
" She hated high school, she only went to one school dance because she would only date members of the church and there weren't any
" Her dream is to be a mom. She has six siblings
Special 'K' Bars submitted by Jen Jensen. Instead of Peanut Butter it should just be real butter.
Stuffed French Toast submitted by Rosalie Nolan. Add 1 8oz package of Cream Cheese to list of ingredients.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
First of all, let me say that Joyce Witbeck and the committee have done a fantastic job for the last several years. The activities were always well planned, creative, and fun. Thank you so much Joyce. We will miss you working with us.
Diana Iwaniec is the new leader and we are excited to work with her as well. Though Diana is a full time working mom and student she has agreed to give us her best. Thank you Diana! I am sure she would love to hear your suggestions for upcoming activities. Leave a comment here if you would like.
Sorry Diana is spelled wrong on the picture.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
We were able to complete 11 crib sized quilts for the Humanitarian Center. The picture above shows the ladies tying hair to put on the humanitarian dolls. Ladies also donated fabric for doll dresses. We enjoyed our own packed lunches and cookies from the Cookie Tree.