Friday, October 28, 2011
A Trick and Some Treats
The Trick is that the dessert pictured is not a baked potato, It is all ice cream.....
pretty cute I think. It tasted wonderful when I shared a bite with the birthday girlfriend on Tuesday night.
Here are some treats I'd recommend just because I want to say I really appreciate those of you who read this little blog. ( Following Donna B's lead at Quiet LIFE)
*Johnson's baby cream oil. (cocoa and shea butter but not smelly)
Dear nurse/friend/knitter Diane gave me a tube of this amazing wonderful stuff for my hands.
It says non-greasy rich, creamy texture and it lives up to in every way. It is my new go to for the poor hand season that is beginning.....
*Trader Joe's FROZEN steel cut oatmeal. Yup. They've found a way to eliminate the long cooking process that steel cut oats requires. Thanks Al for this healthy yummy tip. I usually refuse to make oatmeal because of the mess....now I can enjoy it with some brown sugar and butter on these chilly mornings.
*Thunder Dog, the book. I finished a book! This is a great account of a 9/11 survivor team of guide dog and person trapped in the World Trade Center Tower.
*My Walgreens is now a full service Post office stop. Is yours? How wonderful is this? I love to shop at Walgreens for some strange reason. Now I can mail yarn from Walgreens too!
*Bamboo plants for the house because you don't need soil. I was gifted my first bamboo plant by a patient's family this summer. It is so lovely and it only needs water....to live. I understand now there is all this bamboo etiquette to be followed . Do you DO bamboo?
*Dunkin Donuts Cinnamon Taffy Apple or something like that donut. Wonderful fake flavor....seriously try one
Any treats you want to share???
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