We have had a very lazy weekend:) We are on a mission to get this house organized after the past year of pregnancy and craziness! This weekend it was the playroom in the basement. Next up is my craft closet which truly might take weeks:) Anyway, I just wanted to post a recipe that we all enjoyed for lunch today.
(this is such a good comfort food dish that you can usually count on leftovers for the following night)
4-5 chicken breast cut in bite-sized chunks cooked
16 ounces of sour cream (I use light)
2 cans of cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup of poppy seeds (these are found in the spices at the grocery store. I never measure and just shake liberally).
1 sleeve of ritz crackers
1 stick of butter
First cook your chicken. Then in a large bowl, combine the cooked chicken, sour cream, and cream of chicken soups. Mix all together and then add your poppy seeds. Again, I do not measure I just shake liberally. Pour this mixture into a 9 x 13 pan. Next, break ritz crackers over the top and then pour I stick of melted butter over the top of the crackers. Bake for 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees. Yummy:)
Also, for you locals, Royal Oak is starting a new bible study on September 20th. I cannot believe that the study they have chosen is ESTHER!!!! I have the study because Mike gave it to me for Christmas last year and umm, it just didn't quite get done:) It is an 8 week bible study happening on Sunday night. Email me or Amy at the church if you are interested. The workbook is about $15:) It is fun, girly fellowship time as we delve into Esther's life! I hear it is wonderful:)
Lastly, I want to share a cute Kyle story. Today, Mike was too sickly to go to church, so I suggested a family devotion time instead. Kyle jumped all over that idea and started pulling out his bibles and such. We decided to study King David and we read all about him. Then, my sweet boy decided to lead us in prayer and came up with all the people we should pray for. Then he suggested that we "sing some Christian songs." It was absolutely adorable and Mike and I were so amazed at him! Maybe we have an evangelist on our hands...:)