this is a quilt I made last year I think, and it means summer to me
I love post cards, hibiscus, flamingos, & pink shells. On with this week's list starting with
I tried a new to me recipe pumpkin muffins made with oat flour. They are very soft and tender because oat flour doesn't have gluten to help glue it all together, but the men folk around here feel better without wheat. We've eaten them all week, the three of us, the recipe is here... I didn't add anything much to them, and it made 12 good sized muffins not 10
the tomatoes are holding on, the wild flowers are growing even the volunteers and rain has slowed down
Prompt this week
Did you go out with your money, stand in line and get a treat? Remember
how it felt to go on your own and leave with that three colored
Popsicle or the chocolate coated vanilla on a stick? What was your
favorite frozen treat? Is there an ice cream truck that still goes
around your neighborhood?
Fudgesicle and orange cream sicle were my favorites, although now and then I wanted a huge popsicle in banana flavor.
It was like heaven to have a box in our own freezer of these frozen treats, not having to wait for the jingle of the ice cream wagon
remember when the popsicle started melting and the sticks broke apart apart and there you were trying to eat it before your arms were sticky to the elbows? I never loved the home made popsicles done with the tupperwear forms... I did like the super long frozen push up popsicles in plastic that you squeezed into your mouth... I loved those so much as a kid.
|I don't wear make up these days|
I love history, and cultural differences... this is the oldest video of inuit life and people... fascinating to me. I liked seeing the open smiling faces, the way they love their babies, their dogs, how they sew clothing, and the calming music...
And laughing at Jerry Seinfeld and friends...
so funny so many funny women
Milo here: Mama! Put down that sewing machine and come clean my window!
How am I supposed to guard this house without a clean window!?
Mama: well it's your doggie snot on the window...
Milo: A. N. D.??? your point is?
I do appreciate you coming in to help me guard Mama.... why don't we stay in here and look out a while?
Mama: Of course my darling... anything you want!
Milo: Oh, for those of you interested in the status of octopus.... 6 legs gone, two left to remove but then a poodle's work is never done! You'll be happy to know the body still has a wonderful squeaker I can use to make Daddy get off his bum and come chase me at night! He and Mama have been playing hide and seek with me too... they take octopus and while I hide my eyes, they go hide him in the other room then I go find him!
Mama yells "Okay, SEARCH! and I tear in there, and look til I find him.
that's about all the news for me right now... please visit mama's friends to read their lists too.