A Fish Dish Or Two for Lent

  Thanks for all your support and prayers, we are working hard to maintain a healthy, happy tone of the home, so Papa has a good life here on Earth for his remaining days.  The hardest part about watching a loved one decline, is not knowing WHEN they are going.  It’s like we are all tiptoeing around waiting for it to happen, yet avoiding that thought, so we can enjoy the here and now.

  I want him here with us, but not like this, so then I want him to go, but not really, because we will miss him.  It’s an emotional mess!  Anyhow, thank you.

On to the food, I am not cooking right now, there just isn’t time for much, so I am sharing a Fish Dish or two to help you be creative if you gave up meat for lent.  These both have been blogged before, so just click on the link to be taken to the original post.

  Cook Once, Eat Twice: Tilapia


  First up is Parmesan Tilapia, night 2, Tilapia Corn & Potato Chowder. YUM!

Cilantro Salmon


Eating fish does NOT have to be boring…..



5 thoughts on “A Fish Dish Or Two for Lent

  1. You are all in my prayers daily! I am praying for comfort and strength for you all and just praying that the LORD’s will, will be done in Papa Don’s life. I know it is such a hard place to be in!!! Sending you my love and lots and lots of {{hugs}}
    Thanks for another yummy fish recipe to try! Love how this one is a 2 mealer!:)

  2. Love these recipes….I’ve made both tilapia dishes and can vouch for their yumminess. I think it’s wonderful your kids are watching how to love someone until the end. May God bless each of you with a special dose of grace and strength as you journey forward. XO

  3. Thank you for some more yummy looking fish dishes. I never know what to do with it, but these look great. I loved your idea from yesterday to replace when I’m craving what I gave up for Lent with prayer!
    Continued prayers for your family and Papa.

  4. I have just started following your blog. Both my girls are grown, married and have made me a grandmother. Now one grandchild is 22 and one is almost 13. I wish I had had your blog when my girls were small. You inspire me with your faith, your love and your forgiveness. I read, with tears in my eyes, about your father-in-law’s cancer and the love that you all share. I pray for you and your family every day and know that our Lord will give you all the strength to ‘let go’ when God calls Don home. Love and Prayers

  5. I have not forgotten you in my prayers and am still doing my part to lift up your arms for this battle to be won… I was encouraged by how purposeful you are being in the environment you’re creating. “Blessed are those who dwell in your house, ever singing your praise! 5Blessed are those whose strength is in you, in whose heart are the highways to Zion.” Psalm 84:4-5.

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