Eli and Fletch waiting for their turn at the vet for a re-check.
They are both healthy and happy, especially Fletch.
He's always grinning and showing his teeth.
The vet commented on how pretty his teeth were for a 9-year-old.
He's always had the prettiest, whitest teeth, and I think he knows it.
He could be on a doggie toothpaste commercial.
Eli's arse is all healed and healthy again.
No more explosions, thank goodness. Ew.
I wanted to show y'all how crazy I am.
This is all the new make-up I've bought in the past month.
Good Lord! It looks like a lot when it's all stacked together.
And then I found these in a drawer I had forgotten to include.
I may or may not have two more lipsticks coming in the mail.
Okay, I do.
To be fair, I have been using really old make-up for a looong time. I threw a bunch of the old stuff out and organized my make-up drawer this morning. It was years past due...YEARS.
Let's play Who Knows What This Is?
The stuff in the green box is a clue.
No, it's not a cookie press.
Does it help if I open it up?
You line both sides with rice and put whatever fillings you like down the middle...
(These two pictures are from Walmart.com and are blurry)
Close it, and push it out onto a sheet of Nori Seaweed, roll it up...
AND YOU HAVE SUSHI ROLLS!!
Ken ordered it for me and I got it yesterday. I can't wait to try it! I'm making California Avocado rolls tonight.
I made an easy Chicken and Dumplings recipe a couple of days ago.
I couldn't find the exact method I used just looking quickly on the innernets so here's how I did it...
Easy Chicken and Dumplings
Makes 4 regular servings
2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
32 ounces chicken broth plus the water you cooked the chicken in
1 large can Grands Biscuits, butter flavor (not the flaky kind)
1 regular-size can Cream of Chicken soup
You can double all these ingredients if you are making it for more people.
Put chicken breasts in a large pot and add enough water just to cover. Season with salt, garlic powder, onion flakes, black pepper, and dried oregano. (I didn't measure. Just sprinkle some in. You can adjust later if you want.) Boil chicken for 20 minutes. Remove from water and cut into bite-sized pieces. Return chicken to the water, add chicken broth, and bring back to a boil.
Flatten the biscuits with your hands, cut into fourths, and drop them one at a time into the boiling chicken broth. Do not stir. Turn heat down to a simmer. Cover and let simmer for 20 minutes.
Add the chicken soup to the pot and stir underneath the dumplings with a fork until the soup is incorporated well. Adjust seasonings to taste. Done.
Some of you didn't get the joke in my last post. I DID NOT buy the Hillary book, and I would NEVER buy a Hillary book. I was making fun of the fact that the price was marked down to nearly nothing...cuz she's a loser. LOL. Well she is.
Enough of that. I think I'm done. Buh-bye.