Archive for August, 2010

Sneak Peek ~ Sandra

August 30, 2010

Arden

August 23, 2010

I’m determined that this little girl will be my friend.  I work at it every Sunday at church and 2 Sunday’s ago she actually sat on my row without her parents (they were right behind us) for a good portion of sacrament.  The reason she stayed the whole time was so I would rub her feet….she will hand you her foot as a sign of friendship apparently.  If I stopped rubbing she would just hand me her other foot!  She is so funny!  Anyways she made us work for the chance of getting ANY photos of her actually looking at the camera but we succeeded!!!!  I know there are a lot of photos but I couldn’t decide which ones to post.

Love this next photo…

These next ones are how you have fun with a sprinkler…..first you listen for the sprinkler.

Then enjoy water on your face…

Then smile so wide while laughing and wait for the next time it comes around…

Here are some photos that we took back in March.  She’s changed quite a bit in only 5 months!

Don’t mind the old blog stamp but I didn’t really want to go back and change them all!

Sneak Peek – Arden

August 15, 2010

I fell in love with this picture as soon as I saw it.  There will be many more photos for me to post of this crazy little girl.

I made it…

August 14, 2010

onto an awesome blog that features renovations.  I love looking at her blog and all the cool stuff people do.  I sent her pictures of the chairs I had fixed up and she was nice enough to post them.  Click here to go to her blog!

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I’ve been a cookin’

August 1, 2010

The lady that lives across from us gave me an Amish Friendship Bread starter and I’ve made it twice and onto another one.  It is delicious!  Some people think it’s hard to do it for 10 days but it really isn’t.  Just make sure you put it where you see it everyday!  It smells soooo good baking and well tastes like heaven too!

I was trying to create a PDF file so I could create a link so you can have the recipe but I can’t seem to get it to work.  If you want me to e-mail it you just leave me a comment and I’ll send it to ya!  ****I looked to see how to actually get it going the first time and it said to put 1 cup of flour, sugar, and milk in a bag.*****  Let me know what you think after you try it.

I also tried making Cafe Rio’s Sweet Pulled Pork and it turned out pretty good but of course it’s not quite the same.  The cilantro rice was pretty good but I didn’t make the Cilantro/Ranch dressing that good.  The whole meal was quite the process so I don’t know when I’ll try it again but at least I tried it.