The Wise Men Made It!

2010 Nativity painted by Irene Steffes, stable made by Giles Steffes
 The Wise Men have seen the Baby Jesus and now all the Christmas stuff has been packed away.  This is the time of year when Bob and I like to deep clean the house since all the trinkets have been moved anyway.  I am going to do some shopping in my own home to find some new things for the main level of my house.  I am tired of the things I usually use.  I have asked my friend Lynne to come over and do this for me so that I am confident that I will like how everything looks!

Tonight I am making chicken pot pies with Bob's leftover chicken and veggies from Friday.  I have the cutest pie maker (it makes 4 individual pies) and I love using it!
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Terri Steffes
Terri Steffes

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  1. We must have been thinking a little alike as I made chicken and gravy over biscuits with cranberry sauce and veggies for supper tonight. It was tasty.

    Hope that Lynne does a great job! That's what I need...a Lynne in my life.

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  2. I know what you mean. I enjoy cleaning and organizing a bit after the holidays. This year I am concentrating on "cleaning up my act" and getting back to better eating and more exercise.

    Hugs,
    Kat

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  3. A clever way to get your decorating accomplished....work with a friend. Have fun!

    Your chicken pot pies sound wonderful.

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  4. Your Nativity is beautiful. I think mine is like yours but done in white. Good luck with your cleaning and changing things.
    Love,
    Marie

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  5. I love to deep clean after the holidays too but since we have a remodel project in progress I will wait until all the dust settles. Dinner sounds delicious! Hope you have a sweet week!

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  6. Made my potato onion soup on chicken stock base. Great minds and all that! Now where do you get this pie maker?
    hugs
    Sandi

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