Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by Harmony 2, Jul 18, 2013.
yummy, cole slaw and hush puppies. Need my address? :floorlaugh:
It's my "summer staple." Black olives, tomatoes, cucumber, peas, freaking yum.
Jill Biden makes a fabulous chicken tortellini salad that you can eat hot or cold. Add steamed veggies, shredded or chopped up chicken, cooked tortellini and some balsamic vinegrette and olive oil. Very simple and very good. She made it for me 20 years ago and I have replicated it and served it since.
This is exactly how I remember my grandma's house when I was growing up. It was just comforting, I can't really put it into words. She passed away in 2004 and I have a lot of her belongings, some in my house and some still in storage.
I love that you have such a wonderful relationship with your mother.
I'll come and look after you! But it's a long drive from Canada. Can you hang in there for a couple of days? :floorlaugh:
I hope my children will say the same about my mother. What a lovely sentiment. My mother's side of the family is in furniture and I have a lot of my grandparents things. It reminds me of my childhood. My grandmother had boxwoods that smelled wonderful. I redid the beds in front of my house and wanted the same smell. I went to all these nurseries to find the ones that smelled like childhood. And they grace the front of my home.
So true. The hardest thing I have ever had to do is clean out my mom's house after she passed. I pass her house every day going to and from work, and it still tugs at my heart.
Oh, forgive me my little daisybell. Here is some soup, just like momma made (and don't tell me you don't like it- took me hours to make and I'll just get my big spoon and hold your nose and shove it down your throat :stormingmad
It's good for you, dear and will make you all better.
Now- open uppppppppppp:
Hardest thing for me, too. I took care of both mom and dad, then had to clear out the house and fix it up to sell. Some things were harder than others, like throwing away hairbrushes and dentures. Bout did me in. Time heals and am in a good place with all of that. Hugs to you, princess.
With that I bid farewell for the evening. Thanks for all your well wishes! Luv all of ya!
Are those mozza balls? Can I have some too? Cough, cough....I think I'm feeling a bit under the weather too? :giggle:
Matza ball soup!!!!!!!! How dear of you. Might have to stop by the deli tomorrow and get some.
BBM: Yes, you know what I mean. :hug: Good night Daisy.
yep, matza balls Yummy!
Okay friends, I'm finally heading to bed. I knew tonight was going to be rough so I told my boss I'd be in late tomorrow morning. Benedryl is kicking in so I'm off to snuggle with the cats.
(Jeez, I sound like a crazy cat lady now, not a 33 year old single chick...I need to work on this.)
Sweet dreams :seeya: Daisy, I really hope you feel better soon!
I rue the day. Bless your heart. ::hug::hug:
My internet is off and on with all this bad weather, so I'm off to bed, also.
Sorry I couldn't chime in too much in the conversation tonight.
Goodnight everyone. See you tomorrow.
Bless you too Zuri. Good night friends, see you tomorrow. :seeya:
For you Dexter fans. How do you think it will end?
I have no spoilers, but I think the doctor is mean and cunning.
She has been part of his life, so very early on.
I think she will kill him and put her best trophy in a glass jar, that part of his brain.
What do you think?
The doc is so the killer. But I think she wants Deb to kill Dex. I want an ending that eclipses the whole series, but I know that doc is evil.
Remember this song: Mac Davis Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me
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