dealt with hot, cranky children who often looked like this:
brought it home, loaded it into the wheelbarrow, sat in the yard and as a family shucked it all while arguing, I mean, conversing with each other. After all of that my dining room table looked like this:
Then I stood cutting it from the ear and freezing it so that this winter I can grab one of these 38 quart bags for our meal (and praise and thank God each time for wonderful friends like Charlie who share his bounty with us):
Other work for future rewards includes:
- two chicken tetrazinnis in the freezer thanks to David and Hannah who made a triple batch while I was preparing the corn. We ate one and froze the other two.
- a double batch of buns (both hamburger and dinner buns) in the freezer.
- 3 meals of sloppy joes, because I made way more than I needed for the family fun outing for church in order to freeze some.