Time for Christmas music also means Time For Carbs!
I usually stick to the rule of “No White Foods”, except for the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Then all bets are off. It’s the most luxurious gift I could possibly give myself.
“No White Foods” means that I don’t normally eat bread, rice, or potatoes. Don’t try to read too much into it. I do eat eggs. I do eat chicken. I do take cream in my coffee. Some people find it a challenge to think of every white food on the planet, then quiz me about it. Makes me laugh.
It’s a fast-topic-changing-Friday, so hang on…
|Have you seen these fancy automatic shower cleaners? It’s a great idea. Just push a button and it sprays the whole shower down with cleaner, so you never have to scrub.
The latest refill I bought came with an extra bit of information…
|Oh, no. Does that mean that someone actually – and then wrote to the company to complain that their skin burned off or something –
I suppose we can’t credit all of America with being supersmart.
|I spent Thanksgiving with some new and old friends. Here is one of my new friends, Muffin.
She is a bottle-fed kitten, cared for by one of my Thanksgiving hosts, Elissa, who works in an animal clinic. Please drop me a note if you’re in Houston and interested in adoption.
Funny, last year’s Thanksgiving post was also about animal rescue.
|I enjoyed a fantastic Thanksgiving meal, with all of the trimmings, cooked to perfection.
I was even sent home with a ton of leftovers, so the carbohydrate merriment continues!
|To make it to Thanksgiving dinner on time, I had to feed and walk my dogs early in the afternoon. (Any disruption to their normal schedule is potentially a cause for 4 meltdowns.)
When I got home late in the evening, I saw that Lou had thrown a decent tantrum, by rearranging everything he could move in the front room. Ah, well.
Have a great weekend!