Pella turns out for “What Did Jesus Drive?”

Ä standing room only crowd turned out for a reception and signing at Central College in Pella, Iowa. Jason spoke for 45 minutes about his new book, “What Did Jesus Drive? Crisis PR in Cars, Computers and Christianity”to a rapt crowd composed of friends, family, students and the President of the University. Speaking off the cuff with his usual easy wit, Jason gave a sneak peek into some of the stories in his book. Q and A and many signings followed. Continue reading Pella turns out for “What Did Jesus Drive?”

Hometown Happiness for Hubby

We’re baaack! Visiting my husband’s hometown of Pella, Iowa.  It’s a wonderfully cute little town settled by Dutch immigrants in the mid 1800’s.  A homecoming book signing at his alma mater, Central College, to be held this evening at 7:00pm, should be great.  Hoping to reconnect with his many friends and family in the area!  In the mean time we are enjoying the great scenery, shopping and Dutch foods. Posted from WordPress for Android Continue reading Hometown Happiness for Hubby

Special Foods continued…..

Turkey comes out of the freezer and into the fridge today. Baking begins so my one oven kitchen is not overwhelmed on Thanksgiving Day. I have decided to make letterbanket, or more familiarly known as Dutch Letters. Their origin goes back to Holland during the Sinterklaus festivals around Christmastime and since my husband hails from a little Dutch town in Iowa called Pella, I thought this would be a wonderful addition to our Thanksgiving table. With no recipe to follow, I work from my memory of these wonderful treats. The Dutch really love almond, so marzipan filling features prominently in … Continue reading Special Foods continued…..