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Lazy Sunday afternoon.....

Ok, first blog of the year. Why did I wait so long you might ask? I have no idea. Just saying. Its been a long hard January. We ran out of fire wood to heat the house right as the "Big winter storm," came blowing in. Woke up one morning to the house being 57 degrees. I don't like taking a shower when I can see my breath, not cool, lol pun intended. But thanks to my wonderful father in law, we have a working furnace again and warm toes to boot.
Ronan and Phoenix were really excited to see snow, although it wasn't much at our house we ventured out in the weather and found a nice load at grandmees.

 I hoped it would stick around and I wouldn't have to go to work day after day, but my wishes never came true.

In other news, we had a lazy Sunday and got a wild hair up our ass and made some cookies that would trump our idea of naming our next son Harry (get it? Harry Henderson. lol) I know, i'm a nerd. We made Oreo stuffed chocolate chip cookies. I had one and they are, as Barney always says, Legendary! Check these out,

The oreo cream oozes out when you bite into them. Jason is now making Pineapple upside down cup cakes, so we'll see how those turn out. I guess I get to eat like a fat kid today, ah poo. Maybe one of these days I'll lose those horrible pounds that I gained over the Christmas holidays. I'm so close, then on to more weight after that, and more weight after that. Will I ever stop? Who the heck knows.

I finally finished the first chapter of my book. It only took me a month, but I had to lots of research and make sure its just right. Its almost 4500 words and 21 pages. I'm already 2500 words into chapter 2. Its going to be... wait for it... Legendary!

Well till next time, adios!!!!


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