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October 21, 2013

if you have patience, there will be content

random me October 21, 2013
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patience

 

pa·tience
ˈpāSHəns
noun
  1. 1.
    the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.
    “you can find bargains if you have the patience to sift through the dross”
  2. 2.
    chiefly British term for solitaire (sense 1).
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And Hello

manifestos October 21, 2013
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mebig

I’m a Midwestener living in Texas.

I rather be barefoot (not pregnant) and in the kitchen. My mortgage, however, prefers to be paid, so work I must.

I’m currently under-employed.

I take endless selfies with my sunglasses on.

My hair has changed colors 9 times this year.

It’s been said that I don’t always play well with others.

I have two dogs that make me laugh. Except for when they kill things. Then they make me puke.

I’m single. I don’t do much about changing that status. I think about it. I ponder it. I sign up for online dating services and then am blown away by the single ass clowns that are in my area.

Much to my mothers chagrin, I occasionally have what could loosely be considered a “potty mouth.” Lucky for me, she is far away and can’t shove a bottle of soap in my mouth.

I really don’t try to be sarcastic, but it just oozes out of me.

If you don’t like me, that’s ok. In fact, I probably don’t like you anyways.

If I do like you, I will cook for you.

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ho-made laundry soap

craft me, pinterest successes October 21, 2013
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Pretty Simple Stuff Here:

1 Box of Borax

1 Box of Laundry Soda (kinda like baking soda, but not)

2 Bars of Fells Naptha Soap

 

Instructions:

Are you sitting down? This is so easy you might need to read it twice.

Step One: Grate soap

Step Two: Dump grated soap into a trash bag

Step Three: Empty two other boxes of stuff in same trash bag

Step Four: Shake the trash bag like a polaroid picture

Step Five: Put mixture into containers

Step Six: Use 2 TBL of mixture in your machine BEFORE you put the clothes in and AFTER you have started filling up washer with water.

 

Questions that I’ve been asked:

1.) Will this work in a Front Loader? I don’t know. I don’t have one.

2.) Do I need to use fabric softener? I don’t know if YOU need to use fabric softener, but I do.

3.) Does this work? I think so.

4.) Is it worth the time to make it instead of just buying a big ole tub of detergent? Hard to tell. Kept me occupied, and these days, thats all that matters.

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PUPkin Dog Treats

feed me, things that will make you less fat October 21, 2013
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It has been said that my dogs are rather spoiled.

I can’t disagree.

 

Last night, I made them Halloween Themed Dog Treats. First reason primairly because I was bored, and my butt didn’t need the triple chocolate brownies that I really wanted to make. Second reason, I’m less than flush with cash right now and I needed bribes.

With all of that being said, I present to you:

 

PUP-kin Pup Treats

-for the dog that needs more treats

 

Dog Treats for Halloween

PupKins

 

Ingredients:

1/2 can of Pumpkin Puree. Don’t use the Pumpkin Pie stuff. No need. Seriously, don’t waste your money.

1/4 tsp of salt (Incredibly optional- truthfully, I forgot it.)

2 eggs

2 TBL of Peanut Butter (any kind will do- my labs got Crunchy)

2.5 C of Flour

1/4 of water- hold off to the side.

 

DIRECTIONS:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
2. With a mixer, or kitchen aid with paddle attachment, mix together the flour, eggs, pumpkin, peanut butter, salt, and cinnamon. THEN, start adding in water a little at a time. You do NOT want this to be too wet. It will be a pain to roll out.

3. Take the dough, throw it on the counter and get rolling. I did a mixture of thick cookies for the big dog and smaller ones for the less fat dog.  You will get about 30-35 cookies from this. Don’t waste the dough-you can re-roll it MANY MANY TIMES.

3. Bake in preheated oven until hard, about 40 minutes. I had two cookie sheets filled with treats so I rotated the sheets at the 20 minute mark.

 

Bark Appetite!

 

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