Banana Split Brownie Pie

  Do I have a treat for you today!  But you already knew that didn’t you, I mean with a title like “Banana Split Brownie Pie” how could a post like this go wrong? 

  Think Banana cheesecake baked on top of a coffee brownie in a waffle cone crust….top with cool whip, fresh strawberries and chocolate drizzles for a delicious dessert. YUM!

Banana Split Brownie Pie

(click to be taken to “Inside Bru Crew Life”’s recipe box)

Banana Split Brownie Pie (3)



  • 2 cups Crushed Waffle Cones
  • 6 Tablespoons Butter, Melted
  • 1 box (about 18 Oz. Size) Brownie Mix
  • ¼ cups Oil
  • 1 whole Egg
  • 2 Tablespoons Water
  • 1 Tablespoon Instant Coffee Granules
  • 1 package (8 Oz. Size) Cream Cheese
  • ¼ cups Sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla
  • 2 Tablespoons Flour
  • 1 whole Egg
  • 1 whole Banana, Smashed
  • 4 cups Fresh Strawberries, Halved
  • ¼ cups Hot Fudge Topping, Warmed
  • Cool whip

Preparation Instructions

For the crust, crush the waffle cones and combine with the melted butter. Press into a 9-inch pie pan.

In a large bowl, combine all the brownie ingredients and stir until mixed. Spoon into the crust carefully. Bake at 350ºF for 30 minutes.

While the brownie is baking, prepare the cheesecake. Beat the cream cheese, sugar, vanilla, flour, and egg until creamy. Stir in the banana. Spread on top of the baked brownie very carefully. Bake another 20 minutes. Let cool on a wire rack. Refrigerate until serving time.

Before serving, place halved strawberries on top of the pie. Heat the hot fudge for 30 seconds and drizzle over strawberries. Refrigerate leftovers.

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A big thanks to Jocelyn from Inside Bru Crew Life for letting me share another of her AMAZING dessert recipes!


4 New Furry Little Ferguson’s

I am not a Country Girl by nature:

I think spiders are icky. 

The idea of mice in my home give me the heebie jeebies. (Thank God we have had that under control for 6 winters now! Ew.)

Out buildings full of junk, er I mean valuable rusty old parts, drive me Batty!

    But I have learned a lot in our almost 10 years out here in the Country:063

I have learned to LOVE the fact that from my front window, I see trees, not houses or road.

I have learned to chase roosters with a broom when they try to get my babies.

I have learned to garden, x4 this year!

I have learned to shoot a gun and chase a fox and a skunk down the driveway.

I have learned that old outbuildings full of junk, make amazing forts for my kids and spots for my photography.

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I have learned to kill spiders with something smaller than a 2×4 and not scream.

  And tonight, I learned something else cool about the Country life……


  I think I was just as excited as the kids, if not more, when we realized our sweet kitty, Saprina, was going to have her babies today!


  Here is what happened…..

   Last night, Saprina wouldn’t go out to the garage, where she has a soft bed to sleep in up on a little shelf. She usually loves it, but for some reason, she wouldn’t budge from Destiny’s bed.  We decided to leave her for a “special treat”.

  Early this morning, Destiny comes to us very concerned that Saprina’s purr was “worn out”.  Saprina loves Destiny best, and never stops purring when she is around, so the sweet girl thought she must’ve purred ALLLL night long and had no voice left!  She had taken Saprina to the garage before coming to me with her concerns.  After she described the noises her beloved pet was making, it hit me….

SAPRINA WAS HAVING HER KITTENS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  We raced to the back door.  Destiny got there first and gasped!  There was a baby kitty laying on the rug by the back door.  She literally had gotten out just in time to have her first baby.  (Thank God not on Destiny’s sheets!!!!!!!)

  I grabbed my camera, but missed the shot.   Rats.

Or Kittens. 

{Whatever. }


   Dale moved Saprina and her new kitten to a soft bed inside a big cardboard box.  She was so sweet, grabbing Dale’s arm with her paw to try to reach her kitten in his other hand.

   It wasn’t until 3 in the afternoon, that she had a few more.  I went to check on her before we left for school pick up, and she looked at me with the most shocked expression on her face, stood up and…


Out came another kitten!

  4 in all.  You can imagine I couldn’t get home fast enough for Destiny, who somehow didn’t make it in ANY of these next shots!  🙂


  We aren’t letting the kids handle the kittens, but Saprina is being really sweet with them.  She just purrs and purrs as they rub her head and tell her what a good Momma she is!

  I have never got to experience kittens, and I think this is just one more part of Country life to love!

PRECIOUS!  I can’t wait from them to open their eyes so we can hold them!


  Yes, for you that are worried, we are keeping them.  We need good mousers in the outbuildings and shed.  And yes, we are planning to spay all of the girls when they are old enough, and Saprina too! 

  But let’s just focus on how SWEET they are right now……



  Destiny is sure glad Saprina’s purr is not broken after all.


The Boys

  This is post 2 for today, be sure to head back 1 post for a delicious potato side dish!

Do you remember my best friend, Kasey?  You heard about our fun book signing adventure yesterday, and officially met her for the first time this past winter in her Top 10 of 2011 post.   Anyhow, between the two of us, we have an 8 1/2-year-old, a 6 1/2 year-old, 2-5 year olds, 2-3 year olds and an 18 month old.  Counting my miscarriages, one or BOTH of us, have been pregnant or nursing for the past 9 years! 🙂

  We hardly have a spare moment to get together with our 7 bundles of joy, and the good Lord knows the days of lunch dates to Applebee’s with kids are LONG gone, but we do plan play dates once in a while when all 7 of them are healthy at the same time.  (the odds are not in our favor)

  We recently went to Kasey’s beautiful farm for a fun date, and I snapped some pictures of our boys in their matching play clothes. 


  Kasey hasn’t gotten to see them yet, so I told her I’d post them to the blog.  This reminded me of an OOOOOLD picture we took, way back in the day when we only had 4 between us!  So today, I am going to share them all with you!!!!

  Our babies are growing up SO fast, but I am so glad they have each other to grow up with!!!!!!



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And let’s not forget a shot of our sweet girls, who LOOOOVE each other:

This was taken last August at Paxton’s birthday, and no we didn’t plan their outfits.  (we are just that good)  LOL  🙂


Kids back in the day:

Destiny with Kolby and Karter


Tylan & Karter


Karter and Ty



3 Musketeer’s Then:

Karter, Kolby & Tylan


3 Musketeer’s Now:


Precious friends!


Cheesy Ranch Potatoes

  I know I have mentioned this before, but I am always looking for fun new sides to try.  So when I saw this one from Crumbs & Chaos, at Friday’s fun Weekend Potluck party, I printed it right away and was making it by Monday.

   My family voted this The #1 Best Red Potato recipe we have ever tried!!!!!!!!  Mmm, mmm, GOOD!

Cheesy Ranch Potatoes

from Crumbs & Chaos

Cheesy Ranch Potatoes (1)


  • 3 lbs. RED POTATOES, diced small
  • 1 teaspoon PEPPER
  • 1/2 teaspoon SEASONING SALT
  • 2 teaspoons CHILI POWDER
  • 2 Tablespoons BUTTER
  • 3 strips BACON, cooked and chopped
  • 1/2 cup CHEDDAR CHEESE, shredded


Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place potatoes in a baking dish. Sprinkle them with chili powder, seasoning salt, & pepper. Place butter around the top of the potatoes. Cover with tin foil & cook for an hour or until potatoes are fork tender. Remove from oven and add bacon, cheese, and ranch dressing. Stir and return to oven uncovered until cheese is melted, about 5 minutes.

ENJOY with your favorite meat and veggie!

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  A big thank you to the 4 Crumbs & Chaos sisters, for allowing me to share this amazing recipe!


Basement Birthday, MCC & Ree Makes 3: Part II

 This is continued from Post I.  Live Writer seemed to think I had TOO many photos for just one post.  {It’s true}

I got to go meet the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond on Thursday! I couldn’t share it with you all Friday, because of Weekend Potluck, so I bumped it to today! Thus, the MEGA full post! I went with my best friend, Kasey and of course, I took my camera to photograph the whole thing. 🙂

My notebooks of Tasty Kitchen print-offs ready to be signed….



“We are going to meet PIONEER WOMAN!!!!” {Squeeeeeeeeeeee!}


Crazy Driver, oops! I meant, The Driver.


  I don’t know HOW we got lost and had to drive all over creation to find the theatre. I mean, I gave SUCH good instructions. I am pretty sure Kasey has laughed until she has cried several times over my notes. Well, I thought I listened to Dale VERY Carefully. I don’t drive in Wichita and apparently that makes a difference in the kind of notes you take?!?!?!?!?

Despite some squealing tires and hair pin turns, we still made it on time (with ONE MINUTE TO SPARE) to get seats at the back of the theatre. Good thing we had great tickets, numbers 203-204.


Ticket numbers 500 and up, had to stand outside in a line around the building. Highest ticket number we heard?


After an hour of waiting, she came on stage!

Ree Drummond!!!!!

  She gave the CUTEST slide show presentation about her life and start of her blog. This presentation included ugly food photos, cowboy butts, photos of her babies and of course, Charlie. The Charlie portion including a lovely song. She seriously had us cracking up!!!!!


They had her come sit at a desk right in front of where we were seated and began to call ticket numbers, starting 1-25.


Cowboy Josh was there, and quite a hit with the ladies.


We waited another 2 hours until they called our ticket numbers. Can you imagine how long number 1500 waited?!?!?!?!


Then, the big moment…..IT WAS OUR TURN! The ladies that worked up there almost didn’t let me go through! Saying TWICE, that they were just SURE I had already been through once. One even checked my books out to be sure they weren’t signed. {I think they thought I was you, Jamie Wyatt!} 🙂

Once I got through the Bookstore Body Guards, our 30 seconds sure went fast, and I am not sure I can remember what all was said. Honestly, the only thing I can remember was teasing her that her cheeks must hurt from smiling so much, so we all massaged our faces a bit before this mini photo session. Poor thing was soo sweet, but you could tell she was exhausted! And still had ticket numbers 250-1500 to go!


Thanks to a HUGE surprise from Kasey’s sweet Momma, Pam, I had a REAL cookbook for Ree to sign in addition to my two “homemade” ones. {Squeee!!!!}


We headed to Newport Grill for supper at 9, exhausted but thrilled with our fun “Mom’s Night Out”. The first one in a long time with no nursing babies waiting for us at home!



ROCK SHRIMP CIGARS melted leeks, pineapple, fresno chili


BABY ARUGULA SALAD: shaved fennel, celery, Belgian endive, pomegranate, goat cheese, apple, sherry vinaigrette IMG_7104_thumb1

Served with Artisan Bread with sweet salted butter


Smoked potato “tater tots”


The waiter made Kasey do a blind taste test. Hysterical! {She nailed it!}


HAWAIIAN AHI TUNA hazelnut brown butter, crispy brussels sprouts, quinoa & tart cherries


It was SO GOOD!

Dessert with Banana Bread Pudding with caramel and ice cream. But alas, I was too busy eating and did not get a shot! 🙂

We started driving home at 10, full and yawning, no longer used to being out so late! Does that mean we are getting old, or does that mean we have 7 young children between us?

Let’s go with the second option…..

Welp, that’s all folks. Thanks for letting me share ALLLL my photos with you! 🙂

Happy Monday,


Basement Birthday, MCC & Ree Makes 3: Part I

  This is a fully loaded blog post title if I ever saw one!!!!  And talk about photo-laden. Phew! Brace yourself people!

   We had a FABULOUS and crazy weekend! First up, the MCC Sale, which Dale and I have gone to every year since we were kids.  We both remember hanging out under the stage by the lake all day with our friends and can’t BELIEVE we don’t remember meeting.   The relief sale is so fun, and all proceeds go to help those in need across the globe…..I talked more about all of that last year.  We are always looking for fun places to go walk around as a family!

   And let’s not forget eating that yummy food! We don’t eat supper there, but do pack a few things to have snack time with their oh-so famous Cheese Curds and New Years Cookies!


  Destiny’s 2nd cousin, Brooklyn, got to join us.  Here are the photos from our evening:


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Freshly made Whoopie Pies. OH MY YUMMY GOODNESS……


I’ve apparently raised Paxton right, to have SUCH appreciation for these sorts of things……


But no, I wouldn’t let him have any. Come on now, he had already had a New Years Cookie!

Check out these 8 years olds, talking on the Brooklyn’s toy cell phone, like a bunch of teenagers…oh boy!


“Me too, Momma.  Take my picture while I do it just like big brother.”


  We had a picnic snack in the grassy area by the lake and stage, and the girls put on an AMAZING dance and singing show!


Playing with the zoom on my new lens….Guess it’s Ty’s turn for the toy cell phone?


Still playing with my lens. I present to you, “The many faces of Dale.”


Time to go, it’s getting late and our rule is “Always leave while everyone is still happy!”  🙂


Dale celebrated the big 3-1 on Saturday, and of course I made him his FAVORITE, Lemon Pudding Dessert!  That old post made me giggle when I re-read it.  (Might have been the image of me chasing a fox down the driveway in robe and slippers.)  AND, I couldn’t believe how much Paxton has changed, or my dessert photo!

  We partied it up down in the basement of my Uncle’s office, since there were HORRIBLE storms all through the mid-west, and we don’t have a storm shelter or basement!


This article, shared on facebook Saturday afternoon says:

“In an unusual move, national weather forecaster have issued an early warning, that conditions are ripe for violent tornadoes to rip through the Midwest this weekend. The expected weekend storms will stretch from Texas to Minnesota and could be a “high-end, life threatening event”. 

This is only the second time in history that the Storm Prediction Center issued a high-risk warning more than 24 hours in advance…….

The worst weather is expected to develop late Saturday afternoon between Oklahoma City and Salina, Kan., Other areas also could see severe storms with baseball-sized hail and winds of up to 70 mph, forecasters told the AP.”


Have you every tried to pack 6 people for an unknown amount of hours to go to a location with no toys or beds? This is what it looks like. IMG_7588

Plus a big bag of water and snacks. And a bean bag. And a trike. And the dog and cat. 

Ok, not the dog or cat, but the kids would’ve loved that. Oh, and in the end no bean bag or trike either. We quickly ran out of room in the Tahoe.

  While we were there with family, we went ahead and made the best of it, and had a mini celebration for Dale’s birthday!


We played Monkey in the Middle on the stairs and other games, too…..


The kids got to watch a movie, and I got some crafty stuff done.


 We were in that office basement from 5:30 to almost 10. At the time, 50 tornadoes had been sighted all around us, but all seemed to calm down after that, so we decided to head home.  Paxton snored the whole way, and as soon as we got there, Tylan crashed on the living room floor. Poor sleepy babies!  10:00 bedtime is A LOT different from the norm!


  Just as we unpacked the very full car, and had gotten all the kids down, a whole new batch of storms fired up SW of us.  At one point they thought they were coming to our town……GREAT, and we just got home, too!  We decided to keep an eye on things and just use our play closet for shelter if something changed.  Praise God, nothing happened!  {YAWN} That was a short night and a LOT of weather-channel watching!!!!! 

  The God we serve is such an AWESOME God!! Hearing reports of how tornadoes lifted just in time to miss entire towns…wow!  He hears our prayers and works in mysterious and wonderful ways!!  Now, while we are talking about praying, let’s pray we don’t have another night like that for a long time! Phew!  Over 100 tornadoes touched down all around us, over the course of the night and early hours of the morning. A nearby county reports an estimated total of $280 million in damage.  😦

   Windows Live Writer won’t let me post anymore, so the “Ree Makes 3” part of this post will be have to be continued…….

In the next post! 🙂


Family FUN-due Night

  Yesterday was National Fondue Day!  I have GOT to get me one of those cool calendars that tells you all this OH-SO important info!  Mine just has boring stuff like full moon and Administrative Professionals Day. (No offense to you administrative professionals out there!)

  Anyhow, I was SO happy to hear this, because my sweet momma just bought me my very own olive-green, 1970’s Fondue Set from an auction! WOO HOO!  Oh, AND gave me her fake wood and stainless steel one as well.  Double blessing!

IMG_6918  I hurried home from my grandparents to prep all the food, super excited for this supper.


Now I know why Fondue went out in 1970.

1) They are a TON of work with a whole lot of mess!  I didn’t know you had to make everything on the stove and then transfer to your pot! Double dishes. Ugh.


2)  It makes supper-prep take longer, and it makes supper take an HOUR longer than normal. 

*Note to self: no fondue on a school night!


3) I don’t have a 3, but my OCD wouldn’t leave a list of just two, so I will use number 3 to say thank you to my 4 little Ferguson Facebook friends, Steph and Jordan for their great Fondue suggestions!

A word of warning, I have a new camera, because my old one died and I have NO earthly idea how to work it.  These photos are AWFUL, orange and disgusting, but alas, it will just have to do until I can figure out how to shoot with my White Balance set to Tungsten.  This is PRECISELY why I take photos outside.  Ok, consider yourself warned, NOW we can move on.

So, after that long list of complaints, well, 2 actually…….you’d think I would never want to Fondue again, right?!



It was SO stinkin’ fun!

  The kids were very curious as to what I was making, and when I told them it was like a cheese dip party, they could barely contain themselves.  THEN, when they found out they were going to be allowed a little bit of dessert fondue as well, they rushed to the play room screaming and jumping up and down.  They promptly dressed to come to “Tonya’s Diner” and waited to be seated.


   My kids had a BLAST, saying over and over that this was the Best Supper EVER!


Even Pax thought it was finger-lickin’ good!


Speaking of licking, I am embarrassed to tell you this happened, or that Dale and I allowed it, but they LITERALLY licked their plates clean.

Poor Chocolate-deprived souls.


It really was the best chocolate sauce I have ever made!  I didn’t lick my plate, but I did lick my fingers! 🙂

  Here are the recipes I used tonight, one I combined a few from google, and made up my own.  And one, I found in the 1970’s booklet that came with my set.

Smoky Cheese Fondue


7 oz of Smoky Gouda, sliced thin (please remove wax, who knew? lol 🙂 )

5 oz. of cheddar cheese shreds

2 T. flour

1 cup milk  (more if it gets too thick)

2 T. finely chopped onion

2 t. Worcestershire sauce

4 garlic cloves, pressed

Pinch of cayenne and a dash of salt

  Mix cheeses with flour until well coated.  In a sauce pan, heat up milk and onion to not quite boiling.  Stir in the cheese a little at a time, stirring until all is melted and smooth.  Add Worcestershire sauce and seasonings to taste.  Transfer to fondue pot and light burner, keeping warm until serving time.  Prep meats, veggies and bread. 

  We did tender-crisp steamed green beans, cherry tomatoes, black forest ham cubes, grilled steak cubes, and whole wheat bread chunks. Oh, and broccoli which is not pictured because I steamed it too long to dunk, so we ate it on the side.  YUM!  Smoky and delish!

Now for Dessert, because National Fondue Day is worth breaking rules for!

  I halved this, because I didn’t want the kids to have a lot of sweets, and I didn’t want tons of leftover sauce.  Now if this had been a caramel fondue, that’s a WHOLE different story. I’d have made a big batch to drink, I mean consume later on in the week. 

Mmmm, caramel.  

Enough about that, on to chocolate….and how perfect! I had just gotten some amazing strawberries at Aldi’s today before I knew there would be dessert tonight! 

Sweet strawberries and creamy chocolate…..A match made in heaven!

Creamy Chocolate Fondue


1 cup cream ( I did a mixture of sour cream and milk, until it was thick and creamy like cream. Works every time!)

1 pound semi-sweet chocolate chips or bits

1/2 cup sugar

2 T. butter

1 tsp real vanilla

Melt butter in double broiler.  (or if you are me and have none, a glass bowl over a pot of water)  Add chocolate chips, stirring until melted and smooth.  Blend in the sugar.  Add cream, a bit at a time until all is blended, shiny and smooth!  Pull from heat and add vanilla.  Transfer to a low heat fondue pot.

  Serve with graham crackers, marshmallows, pretzels, cookies, or fruit.

(Remember, I halved this and we still had PLENTY leftover!  Use your judgment based on crowd size and sweet tooth.)

Happy Day After National Fondue Day!


10 on 10

Welcome to the 4th Edition of 10 on 10.  Last time I didn’t do so hot, and I hate to say it, but I think I stunk it up pretty bad this time too. It is HARD to remember a photo an hour!!!!!  At least this time I remembered to do it on the right day! 🙂

Here are the Ten on Ten instructions:

Take a photo every hour for ten consecutive hours on the tenth of each month. Document a day of your life and find beauty among the ordinary moments. Then share your beauty with us on the 11th!

I give you, yesterday’s Ten on Ten:

{Or we could call it Thirty Three on Ten, since I shared too many, AGAIN!!!!}

Good  Morning my little Fergusons!


Can you guess what face I was making behind the camera as I GASPED at what had just occurred?!


This is the “Am I in big trouble, Momma?” face!


SUPPOSED to be making bed and getting dressed…..


Morning chores:

1) Check the garden


2) Let the chickens out


3) Set down the camera and forget to take another shot until 1. Oops!

Rest time!


Momma’s lunch and lunch time project, editing!


New photo props from an Oh-so talented friend!


Outside play time:

Fat Preggo Saprina, the kids are SO excited to have kittens! 🙂


Ty’s butterfly


Playing with “Confetti”


Piano practice for Destiny


YAY!  Daddy’s home!




Taco Salad, yum!


This is the part where we ran out the door for Kindergarten Round up and I didn’t pick up the camera again!  (Sorry guys, I will try to do better next time!)

  I was asked to speak tonight about why we chose Christian education, and our families 60 year-long attendance of Central Christian School.  But, how is my big boy going to be in Kindergarten next year?!?! Only two at home with me, and only a few days of that since Avery will do Preschool 3 days a week. 


  Can I just pause life for a bit and enjoy the ride more fully?  This is all going too fast!

Happy 10 on 10!  If you want to join me next month, let me know and we can link our blogs up on the 11th when we share our photos!



Slow down, little ones! You are growing up TOO FAST!

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Oriental Lettuce Wraps

  As you can tell, we had a very non-traditional meal for Easter supper, Lettuce Wraps and fried rice, but boy was it good!  This recipe feeds a crowd, so half it if you have less mouths to feed.  I’d say this would feed about 14 people.

Oriental Lettuce Wraps

adapted from Pampered Chefs “All the Best” Cookbook (my favorite one!)

Oriental Lettuce Wraps


  • 4 packages Oriental Ramen Noodles With Seasoning Packet
  • 2 cups Seasoned, Cooked Chicken, Roughly Chopped
  • 3 whole Peppers: I Like Yellow, Orange And Red
  • 1 cup Green Onions, Sliced
  • 4 Tablespoons Soy Sauce (do Reduced Sodium Because Of Ramen’s High Salt Content)
  • ½ teaspoons Cayenne Pepper
  • 4 teaspoons Sesame Oil
  • 4 cloves Garlic, Pressed
  • 1 Inch Piece Of Ginger Root, Pressed (Or Peeled And Chopped Finely)
  • 2 cups Carrot Shreds
  • 1 whole Cucumber, Seeded And Cut Into Thin Strips
  • Lettuce: Butter, Boston, Leaf Lettuce, Whatever You Like As Long As It Can Hold The Noodle Mixture Securely
  • Soy Sauce And Sweet & Sour Sauce

  In a large pot, cook 4 pkgs. Ramen noodles in 6 cups of water, breaking each packet of Ramen into small pieces. Do not follow instructions on package, instead cook WITH seasonings until al dente. Then, drain and rinse with cold water.
  Cut veggies. Set aside cucumbers and carrots for later. Slice tops and bottoms of bell peppers and chop. Cut remaining pepper (the middles) into thin strips and refrigerate until serving time.
  Place noodles, chicken, chopped bell pepper {tops & bottoms only} and green onions in a large bowl. Stir to combine.
  In a small bowl, whisk together sesame oil, soy sauce and 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper. Pour over noodle mixture and stir to coat. Refrigerate until serving time.
  Thoroughly wash lettuce leaves, being careful not to tear and pat them dry. To serve: fill individual lettuce leaves with noodle mixture and top with cucumber, pepper strips and carrot shreds. Drizzle with soy and or sweet and sour sauce.
  No forks needed, just dig in!



Senior Class of 2012: Allyson & Collen

  4 little Fergusons Photography is growing and I am so so thankful, that the Lord is allowing me to use this to supplement our income. I love photography so much!!! 

  My poor poor wrist is having some trouble though. I seem to have disturbed an old injury I used to go to physical therapy for, and can hardly move it after I edit for a few hours.  Yikes.  I didn’t know your body started falling apart at 30!!!!!!!!

  Anyhow, without further adieu,  Allyson then Collen.  Thanks guys, for such fun, light hearted Sessions!!! Congrats on your upcoming graduation, I wish you all Gods best!


P.S. I read a cute saying:

“Class of 2012: Don’t you wish you could be 1-2?”

Haha, get it?! CLEVER!  🙂



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