It sounds to me like all is right in your world.
Dear Kelli..Just spotted you on Sabine's site [one beautiful lady that one is!!] but I am going out now. I will read your blog later..It looks so good!!'I am a Southern Ontario girl, myself from Welland..I quickly read you profile.I just got a dvd by the same author as the Secret Garden..at Wallmart. haven't had the time to watch it yet though...Sometimes not enough hours in the day to do everything..Have a blessed Lord's Day!!! From Teresa Anne ShirkieBe sure to visit Maggie-ann's site. She is a kindred spirt!!
I am SOOOO ready for some banana bread, HELLO fall! They *finally* went on sale for .25 cents a pound and I bought like 16 lbs. last night...ROFL!!! They are usually .79 cents per lb.However, in our house 16 lbs. is nothing, in order to have some for smoothies, I cut them in half, wrap in saran wrap and freeze..that is the only way to keep em.
I am ashamed to admit it but I think I'm the only one on the planet who has never been to a Starbucks:) We just got one in our town so I guess I need to see what all the excitement is about. What is a frapachino(sp?) anyway?? Do you really have a pie safe? My great grandmother had one and I always wanted one for my home.
I haven't been to a Starbucks either.
Terry,Thank you for visiting! I love the Hallmark version of the Secret Garden. You'll have to let me know what you think of it!Jammy, what a great way to store your bananas! They go quickly around here. Benjamin eats two every morning for breakfast. LOLSusan and Dot, I think Starbucks is very overpriced. I like the 79 cent hot coffee drinks at the gas station just fine. :0) Susan a frappachino is an iced coffee drink. I "kind of" have a piesafe! LOL I would love to have a real antique one someday but for now my version will have to do. If you click on the "kitchen" link on the right side of my blog there is a picture!Kelli
Since Starbucks changed the way they make Frappucinos, the frozen coffee drinks at QT are about as good, and for less than a dollar instead of three dollars. Without a gift card, we certainly wouldn't have chosen Starbucks!
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