Skip to main content


this lovely bit of writing has been attributed to me, much to my chagrin:

A Fun Holiday Sheet, don't be to discret-
information we need will be fun
maybe we will guess who you are
a gardner , a painter, a star.

Tell a secret from your past?
What other jobs have you worked?
What do you do with your friends?
How many children do you have, are you married?
Where did you grow up?
What is dream vaction?
What is your most favorite place
Do you have pets?
What is one tradition you always do?
Would you perfer to horseback ride or go to the spa?
What do you like to do on a rainy day?

WHO AM I GUESS????????


Momma_Dee said…
This comment has been removed by the author.
Momma_Dee said…
What the heck is this? What would you perfer to do on your most favorite dream vaction?
auntie m said…
I too am wondering what the heck this is.

Popular posts from this blog

my favorite

Sometimes I dream of operating a food truck specializing in gourmet wok-popped popcorn.

the more things change...

So many reasons it's been a long time since we took the boys out thrift store shopping. Yesterday, Tuesday, both of us had a full day off to spend as we pleased.

First we ate at Chaffin's Diner. They seated us in the less-dinery back room, which ended up being a good thing because we sat directly beneath a fan and didn't notice so much the heat. E drank decaff coffee with cream. I didn't notice sugar. Decaff, like his Uncle D. Coffee, like his Mimi.

We hit Shop for a Cause first, where the boys found nothing and subsequently sulked.

Next we pulled into the Humane Society Thrift Store, which I haven't visited in a long time. Historically I haven't found anything there.

Today we hit the treasure jackpot.

A $2 Ziploc bag containing the comprehensive plastic presidential contingent from Washington through Eisenhower.

Of course E had them ordered in a matter of moments.

Finally we escaped the store with a trove of treasures (more than I've found in one place in …

paleo pizza

You cook the crust first, at 425 or 450. I used a bag of Trader Joe's grilled cauliflower riced in the Cuisinart with a bag of Trader Joe's shredded mozzarella and as many eggs as needed to hold it together. Herbed it with some dried basil, garlic powder, and dried oregano.

Topped with a pound of browned hot Italian sausage and some shredded parmesan.

Bake til browned.

Scarfed it down, me and my hunny.