Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Tuesday's Torso


Done For Now


Flannel


Wish List

Gothic bird feeder.

My Father

My father has been with me for a couple of weeks now. He's in remarkably good shape for a man in his mid 90's. In addition, he had a wreck and banged himself up in 2008 and fell and broke his hip last summer. He is walking without his cane now most of the time. He has a great attitude which I'm sure is the key. I just have to listen to all of his solutions for the world.

What Movie???

I saw this guy in a movie several years ago. He was in a shower and giving himself a total irrigation. Does anyone know who he is and the name of the flick?

Sweet Head


Fetish


One Of Those Dishes

Thanksgiving dinner is rarely pleasant at my brother's home. It's not for the lack of food I assure you. It's the little things that rub me the wrong way. For instance when you walk in and I ask my sister-in-law, whom I haven't seen since July, how she's doing? Her reply is "I'll be glad when this day is over". Then moments later I hear: Who's camera case is this on the credenza?" Guilty! But I digress,she's always been a great cook from the day my brother married her over 30 years ago. But she's not very forthcoming with recipes if there's a dish that you particularly like.
Thank goodness for Google. All you have to do is type in a name of some of the main ingredients and you have a variety of recipes to choose from.

The recipe in question was a cranberry jell0. So I thought I'd try it while my father is here with me.
I start out with 2 bags of fresh cranberries and chop them in food processor. Add these to boiling sugar water and cook for 5 minutes. Add 2 packs of your choice of jello. I used dark cherry. I added 2 cups of chopped apple and about that of pecans. Some of the recipes called for crushed pineapple but I didn't add any. It's a bit too close to Thanksgiving to really enjoy this again but it's some good stuff. Thanks Google. Now if I could only type in the clean up.


Shimmer


Welcome To My Humble Abode


Morning Wood


Monday, November 29, 2010

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