We moved 700 miles
Moved into a house
I started selling on Etsy
Got our cute puppy, Cooper
I survived for 3 weeks without any contact with Rob while he was at SERE school
Celebrated our first wedding anniversary
Saw both sides of our family multiple times!
Vacationed in Florida
Started this blog
Rob learned how to fly a TH-67
I made it onto the Project Life creative team
We became debt free
BOOM. There’s your recap of 2012. We predict that 2013 will start out calm and end with a bang as we will be moving again.
Here’s to our first full winter without snow or frigid temperatures, a well-behaved puppy and plenty of good food and pictures to share!
We have a gas oven/stovetop. It’s great. I never really understood the difference between electric and gas until we moved into the house we’re in now where I’m actually cooking/baking and using our oven on a regular basis.
Our oven makes a clicking noise every once in a while – I’m assuming that it’s the thermostat/ignitor working.
For our one year anniversary Mr. Pribs gave me a set of knives. I never even told him that I wanted them (even though I did).
I’m guessing he got the hint a couple of months ago when I was trying to cut a potato in half and my knife.would.not.budge. He was in the dining room working on homework while I was grunting, trying not to snap my knife in half.
I may as well used a rock to cut my food. It was about the equivalent of my knives’ ability to cut things.
When it comes to knives, JCPenny is not the route to go.
Could I MAKE anything easier than this? Probably not.
This pizza is literally the easiest thing you can make and consume – all within 15 minutes. Tops.
This is one of those, I-have-left-over-shredded-cheese-and-I-don’t-know-what-to-do-with-it-recipes.
Or, those days when you spend all afternoon trying to figure out what to make for dinner and then ten minutes before dinner is supposed to be on the table, you look in your pantry and realize you have all of the ingredients for THIS RECIPE and dinner is STILL ON.
Or, this can be one of those recipes where you’re feeling lazy and don’t want to put a whole lot of work into making a masterpiece that will be consumed before you even have time to pull it out of the oven.