One thing I learned today was a new scripture teaching the importance of following through and actually doing things (2 Corinthians 8:11). So, I figured I should make the time to write this post and keep up with "Works for Me Wednesdays" tips and ideas.
In particular, what works for me is learning new things from my kids. There's Greek yogurt in my fridge because one daughter-in-law mentioned she really liked it, and Costco tortillas in my freezer because another daughter-in-law introduced me to them.
Another son and his wife gave us a cookbook, saying every recipe they'd tried in it was great. Last week we tried one of the cookie recipes, and the results were delicious. You can make them yourselves someday if you want - Oatmeal Toffee Cookies.
Finally, a little while ago one of our sons encouraged us to read C. S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters. I had read it before, but it's been years, so I decided to read it again. This time I also decided to record some of the passages that I really liked; you can find them over here.
As always, feel free to share whatever has worked for you and your family this week. And remember to learn something new every day!