i made lasagna
you're probably wondering what the big deal is. but in my almost 26 years of marriage of keeping a hubby and two children alive, i have never made this "gigantic noodle~my four year old could make this" dish. and it was pretty damn good. i even used two recipes and lots of ingredients which totally goes against my
"if it has more than 5 steps or 5 ingredients i don't make it"
due to some major digestive issues i've been dealing with and having been told "we don't really know why" from the specialist i saw, i've been chewing papaya enzyme tablets and drinking aloe vera juice. now the tablets are good. but that juice is awful. yesterday on Dr. Oz, he said we should all be drinking aloe vera juice for our health. let me just say that if you don't have to drink it and you've lived fine without it. stay away from it.
i bought a new pair of boots yesterday that without a doubt will be my all time favorite ones. buying boots is really the only good thing about living in wisconsin in the winter time. and if you have, lets say 10 pairs of boots, or even 13 or 14, nobody questions that.
not if they want to live.
is it just me or does everyone else want everything they see in the "title nine" catalog.
do any of you order from there.
i haven't yet and i was wondering if their sizing makes you happy.
the original post for today, which was much better and longer than this one, got eaten by blogger when i hit publish.
to say that i was irritated would be a total and complete lie.
i basically went through the roof.
if i remind you that i am totally caffeine free
you'll understand that i honestly
went through the roof