She Looketh Well to the Ways of Her Household…


We have reached a very important milestone here at my house. This is something that I have been looking forward to with anticipation for some time now. Your probably wondering what I’m talking about. Well…

She can cook and crochet.


I am so proud of her. We are in the month of January in our Year I: Home Economics 101 classes. This class focuses on the “Principles of Cooking”.

She is learning how to mix different ingredients to create variances in the flavor of her dishes. She has mastered her breakfast and lunch menu and is working dilligently on being able to prepare a complete meal from scratch.

She has learned to fry meats such as chicken and fish. She recently made potatoe salad, tasty lentil and split pea soups. Her pasta sauce is delicious and she can make pancakes from scratch with her eyes closed.

We have just begun term 2 of Art, and my daughter decided that she wanted to learn to crochet. She had saw me working on a project one evening and asked if I would teache her. I began teaching her and she took to it like a fish in water. I am so thankful to have a daughter who does not despise the things that her mother wants to teach her.

As you can read…I am so proud of her. All of my time, patience and efforts are producing in her great results.

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Comments

  1. Yes, that is wonderful that your daughter is taking interest in things you do! Awesome job done on your part!

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  2. That’s wonderful! She’s really doing great.

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  3. This is one of the sweetest TT posts I have read. God bless that young woman and her mom.

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  4. That’s great!! I was pretty proud of myself when I learned to crochet (at age 32!) 🙂

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  5. It is a undescribable feeling for a daughter to want to do things with Mom. I love it so much when my baby girl is interested in doing things with me. That is a great TT list. God Bless!

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  6. Ah yes, the desire that a daughter respond favorably to her mother. Not always an easy accomplishment.

    Kudos on your success! May the Lord shine upon you, and grant you much more favor with her! 🙂

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  7. This was a lovely post, so heart-warming. My oldest daughter has become quite a good cook and I have to admit some of her dishes are better than mine!

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  8. Oh, how precious…

    You daughter sounds like a dream.

    Thanks for sharing these awesome accomplishments with us.

    Blessings to you this TT!

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  9. Oh you have a dear daughter. Take care and thanks for sharing.

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  10. This IS a reason to be proud of your daughter. And it’s such an important skill to have…she will not be disappointed by having good, basic knowledge of cooking to draw upon. Congratulations!

    Brenda

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  11. That is so beautiful! It makes my heart feel ready to burst!

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  12. What a sweet blessing your daughter is, may she always be blessed.

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