Thank you! Lisa I love your pic too. It's new Isnt it?
Happy birthday Alissa!!!
Lisa, love your picture too.
You guys are making me want to update mine, it's ancient.
Laurie, mom to:
Nathaniel ( 10 ) and Juliet ( 6 )
Baking Adventures In A Messy Kitchen (blog)
Love the new siggies!
Happy Birthday, Alissa!
(((hugs))) to Laurie!
Lisa, when I was on BCP I always carried one in a little plastic case in my purse so JIC I forgot to take it in the morning, I could take it whenever I finally remembered. If I had to take it, I would take that day's pill from the pack, and put it into the little case in my purse for the next forgetful day. Also, my DH has asthma and I made him put an inhaler in the car because he always forgets to take one when we go out somewhere & I was tired of either having to go back for it, or have him unable to breathe if we were too far from home when he remembered.
I had a *much* better day yesterday. Work went smoothly, I had yummy sushi leftovers for lunch, and got a good parking spot when I returned home. Tiven was at a friend's house for dinner so Weston & I had a couple of hours of private quiet time together. We played "Princesses Cook Dinner."
David Letterman is retiring. Such great memories of watching him over the past thirty-two years!
Love the new pictures.
Came across an oddity today. Has anyone ever heard of raising rabbits for food? I have just never heard or thought of the idea before. Today a lady at Story Time was talking to me and mentioned that she was starting to raise rabbits for food. I Googled it and it seems to be something that happens. I have heard of raising chickens as becoming more popular, but rabbits were an interesting off take. I called my Dad who grew up on a farm in NY and he said they raised rabbits all the time.
I have heard of it (and I actually have loved the few rabbit dishes I have eaten) but I can't see myself being able to whack Bugs in my backyard. Then again, I probably couldn't kill a chicken or a cow or a pig either, unless I really had to. I would probably be a vegetarian if I had to actually kill the food myself, instead of pretending that it grows on trees in neat plastic wrapped packages.