Monday, May 05, 2014

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " Q "



Here we are again at our QUEST for things that begin with the letter " Q "

The first photo shows eggs....

What's that got to do with the letter "Q" you ask?

While on my trip to Mexico we prepared eggs for breakfast every morning.

How many, you ask?

Every day our QUOTA was 200 dozen eggs that had to be cracked and scrambled!

That's 2400 eggs a day.

Multiply that by 7 days and you have 16,800 beautiful eggs providing energy building
vitamins for the teams as they went out to work.

QUITE a lot of eggs....Maybe I'm the Scrambled Egg  QUEEN  now!



When I came home my good friend Julie was QUICK to give us some of her

QUALITY fresh laid eggs.

They really are the very best.

Don't you love the beautiful colors?

I believe in our QUEST for the best that these are the winners...hands down!

To see what others have posted for the letter " Q " be QUICK and go to my

link on the sidebar.

Thanks for looking and leaving a comment.


24 comments:

Sandra said...

your Quest for the Best get a big A plus from me.. Q is hard to do. those eggs are really pretty. i like the light green ones.. that is a ton of eggs Wow...and wow again...next time you go, can you get a family of raccoon across the border?

Life with Kaishon said...

I am so glad you were able to go along on the trip and serve. I know serving makes your heart happy. You are such a blessing to so many people. I count myself blessed to know you! Thank you for making a difference in the world.

Hilary said...

You really mean it when you say you're going to get.. ummm.. quacking. ;)

Ginny said...

These are the most gorgeous eggs I have ever seen! It is hard for me to find a carton without at least one bad looking one, so I go though them one at a time till I find a good one.

Rajesh said...

That is lot of eggs.

Meryl said...

I thought they might also be quail eggs. Lovely post...have a great week.

Leovi said...

I would also love eggs, which pretty colors in the second photo!

Roger Owen Green said...

I remember that when my wife was pregnant, our birthing instructor wanted her to eat more eggs, which was NOT what she wanted to hear!

Roger Owen Green said...

I remember that when my wife was pregnant, our birthing instructor wanted her to eat more eggs, which was NOT what she wanted to hear!

Carver said...

Wow, that is a lot of eggs. I love the beautiful colors of the eggs. Carver, ABCW-Team

Photo Cache said...

i'm on a quest for the best scrambled eggs i could find.

frankly my dear

Reader Wil said...

Wonderful post! You did a great job in Mexico!
Have a quiet week.
Wil, ABCW Team.

Marcy said...

That's a lot of eggs!!!! great take on the letter Q

Q is for...

Jane Hards Photography said...

I thought at first quail's eggs, until I began reading. Quirky.

jeannettestgermain said...

Wow - that's a lot of eggs - for how many people? A great story for the Q:)

Susan Moore said...

All hail the scrambled egg Queen!!

Indrani said...

Whoa! So many eggs scrambled!
Great post for 'Q'. :)
Happy ABCW!

Wanda said...

That's a lot of eggs...and that's no "Yoke".

Glad to me home...

Joy said...

Wow that is a whole lot of eggs. Scrambling one or two when you got home would be a breeze.

Ann said...

I'd say you are the Scrambled Egg Queen hands down. You certainly cooked Quite a bit.
Ann

Trubes said...

Congratulations PHWB on your achievement in scrambling so many eggs, I hope you had a blender to use, but then, better hand whisked.
Glad you're back home, safe and sound, after your trip to Mexico,
I hope all went well,
Looking forward to seeing the photographs,
Best wishes,
Di..xx

Chubskulit Rose said...

Oh my gosh, I have never seen a greenish egg before.

Q is for...

AmitAag said...

...mind boggling number of eggs!
Quack..quack:)
http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2014/05/quench.html

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