If These Jars Could Talk …

 

Macaroni & Cauliflower soup (step 4)If these soup-filled jars could talk, they would tell you that they’ve been in the family for some time now and that they will be passed down to the next generation.

They would also tell you they have welcomed a newcomer to the neighborhood, helped a friend through a difficult time, eased a busy mom’s day, consoled someone in a time of sorrow, thanked a friend for their thoughtfulness, aided a person on the road to recovery, took a bite of loneliness out of lonely, taken the chill off of a cold winter’s day and brought the taste of home to a home-sick student and his dorm mates.

Their contents are comforting and will warm the heart and nourish the soul. So, make a pot of wholesome goodness and let that friend, neighbor or loved-one know that you care.

What will your jars say?

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5 Responses to “If These Jars Could Talk …”

  1. January 28, 2012 at 4:08 pm #

    I love your jars. The one I have (and need to return next week) came full of soup – very good soup! Your jars are just like you – full of good things, easy to share, and looked forward to by your friends.

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