Friday, October 20, 2006

Come Here Weekend.....We're Ready 4U!

I got the best call from my mom-in-law Thursday afternoon. She said, "next week is you're birthday, so pick a day when I can come over and take the kids off you're hands for a few hours." I said OKAY, and maybe I'll schedule a massage. Which is yet another something I always say I'm going to do but never end up doing. Well as soon as I hung up the phone, I grabbed the yellow pages and started calling massage places. And then I actually made an appointment! Oh yeah, next Tuesday these old bones are getting a much needed rub down. Now my only question is: do I get a relaxion or a hot stone massage? I've never had a hot stone, so if anyone has, let me know which is better.
Kudos to Grace who said her ABC's all the way through, on her own yesterday! She gets her brains from her daddy. And Denny's new word of choice is "Light." He walkes around the house and points up to every light, saying the word over and over again.
Last night me and Grace went to the costume shop in search of a Halloween outfit for myself. We're having a party here on the 28th and I'm in search for the perfect costume. We went to 3 stores and it's all the same crap. They have the same cheesy stuff every year. So Bob and I are going to brain storm tonight and try to come up with something different.
Jen @ Charlton's World posted a Buffalo Wing Dip recipe, and I told her I would share mine also. They are pretty similar, but I thought I'd still post this one. This is compliments of Grandma Keeler, who made this for us when we were in Daytona last year. We've been addicted to it ever since. And if you want to check out Jen's recipe, which we are going to try on Sunday, you can find it here:

4 boneless chicken breasts, poached & shredded
16oz Cream cheese
1 jar of ranch dressing
1 1/2 cups finely chopped celery
1/2 bottle of hot sauce
1 small block of jalepeno & jack cheese, shredded
Combine cream cheese, celery & dressing. Warm in microwave until cream cheese is soft and will mix
Add chicken and hot sauce. Mix in 3/4 of the cheese. Put in 9x13 pan and sprinkle remaining cheese on top.
Bake @ 350 for 35-40 minutes. Serve w/ tortilla chips

Sorry for no pictures today, but blogger is being a jerk again today and i can't uplaod ANY! Have a great weekend!
Friday's proverbial saying is about Conscience:
No sin is hidden to the soul ~ Bengali (Asian Indian)
A virtuos person sleeps well ~ Thai
A good conscience is better than a big wage ~ Jamaican

1 comment:

Jennifer Lynn said...

I love love love massages, but I have never had a hot stone one. I usually just get the typical deep rub down. Speaking of, I need one! Thanks for sharing your recipe, I'd like to try it!