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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday2 ~ Just Outside

Found some Shadow Shots a few steps outside our door!  For more shadows from around the world, please visit our host blog HERE.  If you want to join us, it's easy as 1-2-3.  Have a blessed weekend!

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday 2 ~ More Arizona Biltmore Shadows

Part II of my Arizona Biltmore shadows. To view more Shadow Shot Sunday 2 players and their shots from around the world, just click HERE.  Blessings to all who stop by!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday2 ~ At The Arizona Biltmore

Patrick & I had our Easter meal at the Arizona Biltmore this year.  This is the first series of shadow shots that I took. Since it was a bright, sunny day there were a ton of shadows, so I will post more next week.  If you would like to join us in shadow shooting, or just want to view other shadow shots, just click HERE.   Hoping you have a great weekend.


Saturday, April 7, 2012

Shadow Shot Sunday ~ Good Friday

It's Saturday morning here in Phoenix, Arizona.  The Friday night Bible study that we attend had this life size crown of thorns and nail as a visual reminder of some of what our Lord endured on Good Friday.  (I immediately saw the shadows awaiting my capture.)  It was a night of reflection, sadness, praise and thankfulness.  Without Good Friday there would be no Resurrection Sunday.

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Happy Easter to those friends who are already celebrating the risen Christ.  He is risen indeed!  And to my Jewish friends, Happy Pesach. 

Blessings to all who pass this way.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Pulled Squash BBQ From Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue in Cave Creek

Several folks have asked, "What is a pulled squash barbecue sandwich?"  Well, the top photo here is the pulled squash sandwich that I had at Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue 2 weeks ago when I went with our godson.  It is made with spaghetti squash, which isn't like normal squash, as it is in long strands very much like spaghetti.  I really have no idea how they get the pulled squash to be so delicious, but it is soaked in their signature sauce and for folks who don't eat meat, it is the best!  The BBQ sauce at Bryan's is SO yummy and they have a BBQ bar where you can get yourself a little cup of extra sauce to dip your fries in too.  HERE is a link I found online for how to barbecue spaghetti squash.  I hope this has helped clear up what the pulled squash sandwich is.  If you ever get to the Phoenix area, a ride out to Bryan's BBQ in Cave Creek is worth the drive!