Jon was my personal baking chef during the 25 days of low iodine diet required before the thyroid uptake scan.
He began by making a few delicious loaves of banana bread from the Low Iodine Cookbook compiled by the Thyroid Cancer Survivor’s Association. His heart to serve me and make my time more pleasant was such an encouragement to me.
I haven’t made bread in years!”
I could show him how to knead it,
but for the rest of his questions,
he turned to the Internet.
I was a little tired.
To help ease the frustration of the low-iodine diet,
my family does the majority of the cooking during this time.
Scott, Bethany and Grace cooked the meals,
brought me snacks if they suspected I wasn’t full
from the 2.5 ounces of meat I could eat twice a day,
and did everything they could to make the burden lighter.
Because of their cooking,
and Jon’s baking,
I felt pampered.
Pampered by the Chefs.
I am glad that your family took such great care of you. It is a testimony to what you taught them and how you raised them.
Jaime Kubik says
It's the little things that make us feel so loved isn't it? What a good boy you're raising! (and by the way, the bread does look amazing!)
~ Tandis ~ says
He will be a good husband some day. God is teaching everyone in your family so much during this time. Serving others truly can be a joy.
That's very sweet of him! What a good boy you have there! 🙂
What an encouragement to see willing children serving in this way. I'm very impressed with the bread, it does look amazing!
Yum. That bread looks fantastic. What a special chef…