Is anyone else relieved that they can finally log onto Facebook and NOT see any long winded statuses related to Politics? It was getting ridiculous over here.
I couldn’t be on Facebook long before I felt like scooping my eyeballs out.
It got to the point where I finally installed a plug-in that would show pictures of cats in place of someone’s political facebook status.
You bet I did.
I’m not a big cat person, but I’ll look at fuzzy animals ANYday over someone’s bitter status about how so-and-so isn’t fit to run our country because they drink pepsi and give money to poor children in Africa.
It was either install that plug-in or delete my Facebook and move to Europe. And we all know that moving to Europe isn’t exactly in the cards for Rob right now, so I wasn’t really left with a choice.
Cooper has a new toy! Mr. Pribs had the awesome idea of making a tug toy that Cooper can play with by himself. He bought a large rope from Lowes, tied it around the tree and told Cooper to have at it.
The weather here has been AWESOME lately.
Last week we took a walk at one of my favorite places: Beaver Lake.
It’s funny how the simplest of things make you want to do something that you normally wouldn’t do.
For example, I usually make waffles with (GASP) mix from a box. Let’s face it – at seven o’clock in the morning you don’t necessarily have the brain power to measure out and prepare the proper ingredients for a scratch recipe.
If you do, then kudos, you’re not like me.
Heck, even at nine o’clock in the morning I’m still grabbing for the box of waffle mix.
We took a little backyard hike yesterday. The weather was perfect! It’s the end of November and we’re still wearing shorts and light sweaters. I brought along my little T2i camera to capture the colors as the leaves are finally changing and falling.
My first attempt at making deep dish pizza was utterly embarrassing. I refuse to show you pictures. The crust was out of control. And I was to blame.
Sometimes I think I know better than the recipe and I change things up a bit. Sometimes it works, and other times it goes terribly wrong.