The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Be bad. You know you'll like it. My favorite part of the holiday season:White Fudge Covered Oreos
Robert, it's just not worth it. Yes, it tastes good, but the guilt!
THANK YOU! I love Mr. C - thanks for making this tired guy smile this afternoon!
Thanks Christina, I needed a chuckle... Look at the sugar free cookies, not 'quite' as many calories...
You are welcome, Gentlemen!Old NFO, they taste like crap. I'd just as soon eat the real thing, but less. Which is the hard part for me.Damn, but I love the REAL Cookie Monster! Not the PC, watered-down, only-eating-cookies-sometimes Cookie Monster they have today. :(
I'm with you about Cookie Monster, Christina. He and I go back a loooong ways, like back when my (oldest) kids were four and two. We'd all pile into bed after a mid-shift and watch Sesame Street... and I enjoyed it every bit as much as they did... mebbe more. Cookie was my favorite... then. Not so much now.
I grew up with Sesame Street. I credit Sesame Street with helping me learn to read before I even started school.And I think it's awesome that MY kids enjoyed it as much as I had, growing up. :)
Sunday post opening day madness.Dutch oven pancake made with apples caramalized in butter, cardamom, cinnamon and sugar.There's a reason you are a size, oh, I don't know, TWO and I'm a size 12.:-)
Brigid, that sounds delectable!And I'm not a size TWO, LOL!I've said it before, and I'll say it again: If I could cook like you, I'd weigh 300 lbs, easy. So I think you're doing VERY well, being the size you are. 'Cause you're hot.
COOOOOOKIES!Reminds me of the Cookie Monster bedsheets I had growing up.
I loved Cookie Monster, but I think Grover was always my favorite. :)
Of course, now Cookie Monster says that cookies should be eaten only sparingly, in conjunction with a balanced diet filled with fruit and veggies *SPIT*I find that more disturbing than possibility of Ernie dying from AIDS.
mmmm coookies nomnomnomhowever, the idea of a hairy blue Muppet with a voracious appetite is a tad more alarming these days than it was during my childhood.
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