Okay, I have nothing to talk to you about. Life is pretty boring right now. I’m a mom, what do you expect?
Okay, that’s not true. Life isn’t boring. It’s just, just, just…everyday…
Am I making sense? I’m sure you know what I mean. In fact, now that I think about it, it makes perfect sense.
Life is everyday. Wow. So. Profound. Wish I could put that on a t-shirt.
Anyway, I think I’ll visit the son this weekend to get myself excited. I miss yelling at him to clean his room! And I miss cooking for him. He used to be my regular customer.
I think I’ll make him some treats before I go. Now it’s starting to get exciting! Hmm…what should I make? I have a feeling I’ll be getting some pretty nifty ideas from you!
Now look at these outstanding links from last week:
“Any crepe cake is special, but this one is extra special with buckwheat flour and all kinds of other healthy ingredients. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too!” — Angie
“Beautiful french toast stuffed with lightly sweetened cream cheese and juicy blueberry compote is the perfect Valentine’s Day breakfast! I’m expecting my culinarily challenged fiancé to make these for me next year!” — Ai
“Who would ever have guessed that freeze-dried pineapple could be so utterly transformed. I love to make my own spice mix and this is so innovative, absolutely inspirational.” — Petra
“Okonomiyaki is one of my favorite Japanese dishes and I have never even thought of making them myself. This looks mouth-watering and delicious. Julianna has shared a great recipe with us and what an inspiration!” — Petra
“I love this! It’s full of baked chicken, cremini mushrooms, and best of all, garlic! A hearty and healthy dinner for a cold winter night! I want this every night until spring!” — Ai
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