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A Heart Full Of peanut Butter


A Heart Full Of Peanut Butter 


When I was growing up we did not have much  I do remember was always having peanut butter in our cupboards we made so many different things with it, like peanut butter sandwiches with grape are strawberry Jelly are we used marshmallow cream.


we would mix marshmallow cream and peanut butter together and dip our apples in it we loved it and it was very good.


To some people, it may just be a jar of Peanut butter but to me and was a blessing in disguise because it always brought my family together. We would sit down and eat peanut butter crackers together.


One Bible verse that comes to mind is Philippines 4:19 my God will supply all your needs.


And peanut butter as played a big part in my life when I was ill, become of the epilepsy medicine I  would take it with a spoonful of peanut butter with it.


We had other foods too but peanut butter means a lot to me and my family

I am thankful for my family and friends that would help us in our times of need my mom and grandma also helped us by keeping a jar of peanut butter in our cupboards. My mom always did find a creative way to use peanut butter like making use grilled peanut butter sandwiches a lot of people do not know what that is but it's just like making a grilled cheese but using peanut butter.

I am not sure why a simple thing like peanut butter would mean so much to me and my family but it does the heart good. My favorite way to eat peanut butter is peanut butter on both sides of the bread.

peanut butter is good on many things I also peanut butter and honey and peanut butter cookies.

God will supply all our needs just like he says in the bible even if it is a simple thing like peanut butter and bread.

I named this blog post a heart full of peanut butter in a cute and funny way because of peanut butter will always be in me and my family's heart.

What is something that you remember eating as a kid that will always be in your cupboard?

Please share in the comments below 

enjoy reading Angelika




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