Long live The Pioneer Woman

pioneerwomanMy woman served me a tasty lunch today, thanks to this recipe from ThePioneerWoman.com. If you think you have lots going on, I’d suggest jumping over to The Pioneer Woman’s site and being overwhelmed. I thought I was bursting at the seconds! If there is one thing that I take away from other bloggers like her, it’s the obvious fact that they are not conceited. Think about it……why would some prideful person go through hoops just to share a recipe their husband (her “Marlboro Man”) likes? It’s not so that you can think she’s the bomb, but you have the opportunity to take something with you!!!

And it doesn’t stop with the recipes. Her blog(s) also include Confessions, Home and Garden, Photography, and Homeschooling. It’s no shocker that she was listed as one of the 25 Best Blogs of 2009 by Time Magazine. I’m going to subscribe to her Photography posts today for sure! If you’re a blogger or are holding onto something that someone might benefit from, let’s all learn a lesson from her on being transparent. We haven’t been given everything we have just to cling to it. Thanks to her transparency, and my wife’s cooking talent, we have energy to get through the rest of the day! Long live The Pioneer Woman!

PRAYING that we all learn to give something new as we grow. PRAISING God for using the humility and transparency of others to challenge us.

  1. I cannot even believe you did NOT mention the Pioneer Woman’s apple dumplings that I served when y’all were here. I worked HARD on those, you know.

    My feelings are deeply hurt, Gabe. Deeply.

    (silliness translates through comments, right?)

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