Hopefully your Monday won't be as bad as this guy's night on Wheel of Fortune- Do you think its unfair that he didn't get the million dollars for mispronouncing a word? Rules are Rules....- What a shame.....Summer
This is a crazy burger that is trending right now. It's called the Alphabet Burger and for each letter one food starting with that letter is used. The burger starts with Avocado and ends with Zucchini.
Warm weather is here to stay, I know this because..... I have seen the first Hula Girl! You know who I am talking about- the girl ontop of the Pineapple Whip mobile. The 2014 season is now undeway! At least on Friday and Saturday nights at 1309 S. Glenstone. Every year- we wait for the Hula girl to start swinging that grass skirt letting us know whips can be bought!
Just east of Springfield you will find communities of Mennonites and Amish. These two groups who live around Seymour, live more simply than we do. While the Mennonites have some modern conveniences, the Amish stay true to their roots and use only the power from animals and men.
Wow the weather was incredible on Saturday and Sunday and I really took advantage of it. My body is telling me I did and my efforts show it. Here is a quick list of what I did to prepare for Spring and Summer.
Imagine this its pitch black, your in New York City, almost everyone is asleep and you decide to jump from the NYC Freedom Tower. YOU and your friends. The video is awesome, you actually feel like you are jumping and you so want these guys to get away with it, and they do until today where they have to meet in court for trespassing charges and burglary charges both which they plead not guilty. Its an amazing jump- I was holding my breath the whole time. (It takes a little while to have them jump- the first guy is nervous)
Yesterday was St. Patrick's Day and I remember my husbands grandfather Pop, used to tell me to plant potatoes on that date, but NEVER earlier. Pop used to say the heaviest of winter would be over by then and that the plants would be able to survive in the frozen earth until things slowly warmed up.