Friday, August 29, 2008

Fingerprint Friday..















Pampering Beki started this Fingerprint Friday theme and it makes you aware of so much..
Now here is a Fingerprint from God, we sometimes take for granted..Corn.. I forget what a gift this vegetable is..Not only tasty, but used for corn syrup, corn starch, cereals, fuel, corn husk dolls and the list goes on.. You can keep planting it in the same field, year after year, which you can't do with many other vegetables..This wonderful food is really a fingerprint if you think about it. I have to give credit to the American Indians for sharing their wonderful knowledge and this beautiful gift..
Every week, I thank Pampering Beki for having Fingerprint Friday..it makes you see so many things to be thankful for..Check out her blog and join in..



Till next time, keep looking up..

16 comments:

Music Luva Mutha said...

Love the thought in your blog today!! I have been excited about corn this year in particular because I was lucky enough to grow the best corn I ever had this year. xo

PamperingBeki said...

I LOVE that!! We just had corn last night for dinner and I'm afraid that I forgot to see the beauty in it so thank you for the reminder.

I will look at it differently from now on!

Sorry I've been running so late on Fridays. :( I'm still trying to find the perfect way to fit it into the schedule before the kids go to school at 8. (We're in central time zone.) Please don't stop listing your Fingerprints though! It's super easy for me to just add your name if your's is already listed. :)

Thank you for doing this every week! I really love seeing what you come up with.

jessicajane said...

we're having corn on the cob for dinner!

Sandra Ree said...

And I thank you for showing us your take on Fingerprint Friday, Rosebud! I've enjoyed this very much from you every week! Corn really is a fingerprint, I think I love corn on the cob the best!

Your magazines on your last post, very intriguing indeed, would love to look through that needlecraft! :D

Atom Kid said...

I used to ask my mom for corn on the cob for my birthday dinner every year. I still love it!

Any Occasion Boutique said...

Wow! I was having a hard time waking up this morning then I read your blog...my eyes are wide open now. Thank you for sharing!

artsyclay said...

Yum, now you've made me hungry for corn. I'll have to pick some up today.

Rebekah said...

Yum! Yes, corn is an amazing food when you think about it.

Richiesliv DÅ och NU said...

Hi,

I was surfing the blogworld and ended up in your nice & very educational, inspirational blog.

TY for the tip of a Finger Friday.

CHeers from Stockholm

SecretMe said...

oh yes, I love corn, Im a veggie and it make a difference to a meal or as a topping. mmm corn on the cob with pepper....

nuvonova said...

I am so addicted to sweetcorn. I like to have pasta, cheese and sweetcorn all mixed together. Sometimes the cheese makes it all look really gooey but it is so yummy!!!!!!!!

Richiesliv DÅ och NU said...

Ha! ha! what a checky mum...

Yeah, I love the idea but I ain't got old car. Or maybe I grab one from the graveyard *LOL

TY for peepin in. I must say, I would love to link you in my fav links, if you don't mind, so I can just easily peep in your room as soon am online.

Cheers for a cozy friday,
//chie

Victoria said...

I have been enjoying farm fresh corn on the cob this summer, and loving everything about it! I think about what the pilgrims must have thought when the Native Americans first introduced them to it... Manna from Heaven!

La Alicia said...

love that! it's amazing what all we have to credit corn for -- including ethanol! :) Thanks for reminding us to slow down and appriciate what's in front of us! :)

Chucka Stone Designs said...

You know something I never would have thought of corn as pretty before but it does have some amazing color and texture. Wow, you opened my eyes to a new way of seeing & thinking, thanks so much!

Hey Harriet said...

I love corn but had never really appreciated it on the same level as you before now. Thanks for your thoughts on such a wonderful food! Great Fingerprint Friday :)