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Thursday, May 25, 2006
What Disney Ride Are You?

What Disney Ride Are You?

Mickey's Philharmagic

You're not a ride at all, but you're magical, and 4-D, and when I'm on drugs, you're the coolest thing I've ever seen. You're Philharmagic!!!

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Which country should you REALLY be living in? (Hubby's answer)

Which country should you REALLY be living in?

Australia

G'day Mate! You're a yokker. A true Aussie. You love the beach and barbies, as well as sport and sex. Life couldn't get any simpler, and thats the way it should be. C'mon Aussie, C'mon!

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Which country should you REALLY be living in?

Which country should you REALLY be living in?

The United Kingdom

You have pride in yourself and pride in your country. You believe that history and culture is an important factor to the future of your country, and that traditions and values should be upheld. You love your scones and tea, and reading soppy romance novels. The UK is where you should be...

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Monday, May 22, 2006
What Kind of Food Are You?
You Are Italian Food

Comforting yet overwhelming.
People love you, but sometimes you're just too much.
What Kind of Food Are You?

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What Does Your Sleeping Position Say About You?
What Your Sleeping Position Says

You are calm and rational.
You are also giving and kind - a great friend.
You are easy going and trusting.
However, you are too sensible to fall for mind games.
What Does Your Sleeping Position Say About You?

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What Flavor Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Are You?
You Are Chubby Hubby Ice Cream

So there's more of you to love... a whole lot more!
What Flavor Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Are You?

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What's Your Theme Song?
Your Theme Song is Beautiful Day by U2

"Sky falls, you feel like
It's a beautiful day
Don't let it get away"

You see the beauty in life, especially in ordinary everyday moments.
And if you're feeling down, even that seems a little beautiful too.
What's Your Theme Song?

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What Kind of Soda Are You?
You Are Dr. Pepper

You're very unique and funky, yet you still have a bit of traditionalism to you.
People who like you think they have great taste... and they usually do.

Your best soda match: Root Beer

Stay away from: 7 Up
What Kind of Soda Are You?



This is sooo true. I love Dr. Pepper it is definately my favorite. I also enjoy the original Dr. Pepper made with real sugar cane instead of corn syrup. It has a very noticable taste, but can only be bought from the oldest Dr. Pepper plant in Dublin, Texas.

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What's Your Pizza Personality?
Cheese Pizza

Traditional and comforting.
You focus on living a quality life.
You're not easily impressed with novelty.
Yet, you easily impress others.
What's Your Pizza Personality?

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What Kind of American English Do You Speak?
Your Linguistic Profile::
65% General American English
20% Dixie
5% Midwestern
5% Yankee
0% Upper Midwestern
What Kind of American English Do You Speak?

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Thursday, May 11, 2006
When it Rains....
Yesterday was one of those days in which you wonder if there was any way to skip it. It started with the power going out around 5pm until after 9pm. Our suburban overheated and had to go to the mechanic today and 2yo Marshall fell and bit his tongue bad enough to need stiches. I took him to the children's ER last night when hubby got home from work. Although I was on the verge of tears last night as they worked on putting stiches in his tongue while he was screaming and crying and being held down my two nurses while the doctor worked, thinking back on the scene must have been quite a sight. Take the crying screaming 2yo out of the picture and here are two nurses and a doctor all telling this 2yo to "stick out your tongue ahhh" and then sticking out there tongues at him. Marshall received a popsicle as soon as he was done and soon was over the trauma. In fact he was ready for another one when he finished the first, but we were ready to leave. He is thoroughly enjoying the day and I am sure tomorrow too as he is on a liquid/soft diet, popsicles, pudding, yogurt, banana-strawberry-peach smoothies, etc. He is loving this and proudly shows off his tongue, most of the time, when asked.

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Great Granny's Tea Cakes
These are kinda of like sugar cookies. My great granny was from Britian and these are her recipe. I am the only one in the family that I know still makes them. They are not as sweet as a normal sugar cookie, but are sooo very good.

2-3 cups flour
1 cup Crisco
1 cup sugar
2 eggs beaten
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 tablespoons sweet milk ( I use regular milk)
1 teaspoon vanilla (I use a liberal teaspoon)

Take a medium pan (bowl), put flour in it - make a hole in the flour, then put all ingredients in the hole. Then mix. Makes a nice dough not to stiff. Bake at 350 until done.
Make only one batch at a time

There are two ways to do this:
My way #1- roll into small balls (or use cookie scoop) than dip top in sugar, place on cookie sheet.

My Way #2 - roll into small balls (or use cookie scoop) place on cookie sheet, than dip the bottom of a glass in sugar and press on top of the ball until desired thickness.

Great Granny's way (according to Great Aunt Jerelene) - roll out dough, cut with cookie cutter. Put in oven. Then sprinkle with sugar immediately after you thake them out of the oven.

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Monday, May 08, 2006
Finished
Yeah! I have finished crocheting my second afghan. I have started many over the years and have every intention of finishing them sometime in the future or change them into a different project, but I have only finished one before this past Friday. My first afghan was made for my 2 year old Marshall. I have started one for the baby but have not finished it as of yet. I have been working on one for my soon to be nephew Payton or affectionately called Peanut. My husbands brother and wife are expecting there first baby in June and so I crocheted this afghan for him. I finished it at 2am Friday night (Sat. Morning) and the baby shower was on Saturday. I am sooo excited to have finally completed it. Though this is the first afghan I have ever given away. My sister in law loved it and I am sure that Peanut will love it too.
Now on to finish Katie's before she is too much older.

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Most Popular (at Church anyway)
For the last couple of Sunday's at church, I must leave to nurse the baby in the nursery room. Not because of her, but because I can not nurse her while also holding Marshall (age 2) and Andrew (age 4) on my lap while sitting in a chair. They do not begrudge Katie eating just want me also. At home Marshall will sit on the side of my chair while I nurse Katie and is fine with that, but lately Andrew wants to sit on me too. Also if they are not fighting over who is in my lap at church than they argue over Katie. "She's my sister" "no she's my sister". I am glad that they love her so much, but I have to explaining to them that she is both their sister. Frequently I am reminded of the scene in Gone With the Wind where Scarlet O'Hara is sitting at the picnic with all the men around her waiting to serve her or get something for her. This is the best way I can think of to explain how her brothers hover around her at any given moment of the day.
Trivia question? Does anyone know what Scarlet's first name was?

Anyone...Anyone at all?

It was Katie. Her name was Katie Scarlet.

No this is not why my daughter's name is Katie she is actually named after her great-great-great grandmother on my mother's mother's side. Although my Daddy said it had to be a subconscious decision since Gone with the Wind is my favorite movie.

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