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Share a Spoon - QUICK AND EASY like yo' Momma

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Think Tank Momma

Happy Saturday Smackers!

It's THEME Time!
This week's theme is brought to you by the Fabulously Cheesy Queso Bonito aka Alicia from It Ain't Easy Being Cheesy!

Queso asked for Quick Fix/5 Ingredient Meals.  Now, I don't care if your dish this week has more than 5 ingredients, but for Moms and Dads on the go, we are stepping it up this week with QUICK and EASY (like yo' Momma! ZING!).

I know you all have some great recipes that are fast, fresh and hearty so bring it to the table this week!
There are lots of great ways to kick up flavor when you are cooking quick meals and I will be sharing some of those tips this week!

Be here on Thursday!
Bring you recipes!
Link up!

Also, let me know what you want to see.  Next week could be your week to host.  Just leave it in the comments or shoot me an email.  What recipes do you need to add to your bag of tricks?

Friday Follies and Fun Facts: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Friday, July 30, 2010

Happy Friday Smackers.  Once again it's time to fill your minds with random shit that really makes no difference at all and will only give you satisfaction in knowing it if you are um....well, strange like me.

Normally I try to theme these, but if you have read my blog this week at all you know that this ADD Momma has spent waaaaaaay too much time with three little ADD boys and my brain is frazzled so.....this is my brain "unplugged" if you will.  What you see is what you get and that's all random all the time.

This is what BDC commonly refers to as a brain dump.  <----yes, he means it that way.  (Brain dumps cause diarrhea of the mouth.  Or so I've been told.)

Hold on to your hats folks and try to keep we go!

~ The whip was the first thing invented that broke the sound barrier.

~ Nine pennies weigh exactly one ounce.

~ The largest eggs on earth are laid by sharks.

~ The Boston University Bridge (Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts) is the only place in the world where a boat can sail under a train, driving under a car, driving under a plane.

~ Only 4% of babies are born on their actual "due" date.

~ A duck's quack does not echo.  It is not known why.

~ The electric chair was invented by a dentist.

~ The first novel ever written on a typewriter was Tom Sawyer.

~ The term "mind your p's and q's" was derived from English pubs where ale (beer) is ordered by pints and quarts.  When patrons would get unruly bartenders would settle them down by telling them to "mind their pints and quarts".

~ The term "rule of thumb" is derived from an Old English law.  Men were not allowed to beat their wives with anything wider than the width of their thumbs!

Alright Smackers, go enjoy your weekend!  Hope you enjoyed the completely useless and random factoids!  

Share a Spoon: Salad Shooter

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Think Tank Momma

Happy Thursday Smackers!

It's Share a Spoon Salad style, so I suppose you need that little fork.

Everyone say...Thank You Ducky for the SALAD THEME!

This week's theme is brought to you courtesy of our notorious webbed footed friend Duckalicious aka Daffy over at Batcrap Crazy.

I had several ideas for today's post.  I considered many salad recipes.  However, I got lots of email requests hoping for pasta salads.  Therefore....ask and Think Tank Momma shall deliver.

I did not have time to make and take photos.  I know, I suck.  Here is a collage of what you'll need.  TRUST ME.  This salad is PERFECT in every single way.

1 bag of Wacky Mac Veggie Pasta (prepared)
1 chopped large tomato
1 English (Hot House or Seedless) Cucumber diced
1 Red Bell Pepper diced
1 can black olives drained and sliced
5-6 sticks mozzarella sticks sliced in small rounds
1 cup diced pepperoni
5-6 pepperoncini peppers sliced into rounds (tops and seeds removed)
1 bottle of Kraft Tuscan House Italian Dressing
1 can cannelini beans washed and drained
1 cup grated parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)


Boil the pasta according to the directions on the bag.  Make sure to liberally salt the water to season the pasta.  Rinse in cold water.

In a large bowl, add chopped tomato, peppers, cucumber, olives, beans, sliced pepperoni and mozzarella cheese.  Toss in pasta.  Season with salt and pepper.  Add a pinch of red pepper flakes (optional).  Stir in prepared and cooled veggie pasta.  Add bottle of Tuscan Italian Dressing (or favorite Italian dressing) and 1 cup of grated parmesan.  Incorporate all ingredients well.  Refrigerate for an hour or so before serving.

This pasta salad is a HIT, always.  You can use any tri-color past you like, but the Veggie Mac pasta is amazing and it really adds a special something.  My boys have no idea that it's additional veggies added in and they love it!

I hope you love it as much as we do!  Enjoy!

Now, link up and share your favorite salads.  Go visit all the linky loos and print out some recipes.  Get yourself a three ring binder.  We have Shared enough recipes over the last few weeks for you to have a NICE cookbook started!

Why Wednesday and The Recipe for Awsomesauce

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

It's hump day Smackers.  I'm feeling a little punchy.  Not sleeping will do that to you.  So I was just pondering the the wonders of the world.  You know, typical fair for a Wednesday morning at Casa di Romano.

What was I pondering you ask?  Really important shit.  You know, like....

Why do we press the start button to turn off the computer?  Like I should computer never gets turned off.  Ever.

Why are the numbers on my phone backwards from my computer and calculator?  Is it just to fuck with me?  Or is it built in protection for drunk dialing?

Why is the word abbreviation so long?

Why do overlook and oversee mean two totally different things?

Why do we call people who are depressed blue?  Aren't blue skies happy?  From now on, we should call them gray.

Why do we call it taking a dump?  It's really leaving a dump.

Why do we know everything as teenagers and then know nothing as parents?

Why are Star Wars fans called geeks, and Star Trek fans just called Trekies?  WTF?

Why are pirates, ninjas, monkeys, unicorns and rainbows so freaking awesome?  I mean seriously, can you even think of anything cooler than a badass pirate ninja monkey, riding a unicorn, bareback, on a double rainbow?




Don't forget tomorrow is SHARE A SPOON.  Servin' up SALADS!  Join me!  Bring a salad fork!

PINT - Momma Math

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

It's Tuesday time for STICKY LOVE.

Clicky clicky that Supah Sticky to get the deets on how this goes down.

Then STICK some notes up!



Alright Smackers.  That's all I got for you today.  I am coming down with a summer cold.  Dangit! 

Don't forget to join me and The Duck Thursday for Share a SALAD.  Don't make me chase you down and salad fork you 2 death!

Share a Spoon Theme - Servin' up Some Salads

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Think Tank Momma

Happy Saturday Smackers!

This week's theme is SALADS!
Brought to you by the one and only Quackerific Duckalicious!

That's right, our good friend the Duck aka Daffy asked for salads.  All types of salads are welcome.  Macaroni Salad, pasta salad, spinach salad, fruit salad, coleslaw, if it's a salad.....serve it up and share along with us on Thursday.

Everyone likes lighter meals for the summertime.  It's hot and heating up the kitchen is the last thing I want to do.  We make all sorts of salads here at Casa di Romano to go along with whatever we throw on the grill.  It's quick and easy.

So come share a salad with me on Thursday! 

Share a Spoon: Stuff It!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Think Tank Momma

Happy Share a Spoon Thursday Smackers!
This week's theme is brought to you courtesy of the lovely vivacious and seriously talented Cheapskate Mom from Mad Boastings of a Cheapskate Mom.
Cheesecake for those of you who know her well!
She is also a major contributor over at the Lose It Bitches! site.

I am really excited for this week's theme.  STUFFED?  Oh yeah!  I love all sorts of stuffed veggies.  This is a good week for all my vegetarian folks!  Uh-huh! Uh-huh!

I made stuffed shells this week!  It is easier than you would think, aaaaand, so much better than those frozen hockey pucks!  Ewww!

I'm not going to repost my sauce.  The recipe is here.  This was the first recipe I posted for SaS.

Here's what you all will need:

2 lbs. Ricotta cheese
4 cups shredded Italian cheeses  (I use a four cheese blend.  I think it adds more flavor, but Mozzarella will work fine as well.)
1/2 cup grated parmesan
1 tablespoon fresh Italian flat leaf parsley
1 tablespoon fresh Basil
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 eggs
1/2 box of shells boiled in salted water according to the package.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Boil pasta in salted water according to directions.  Drain and run cold water over the shells.  Separate all the shells that are stuck together.

In a large bowl add the chopped fresh parsley and basil.  (If you use dried spices only use about a teaspoon each.  Dried spices are very concentrated in flavor and I only use fresh for this recipe.)  Add the ricotta and mix well until all the parsley and basil is evenly distributed through the ricotta.  Add salt, pepper and nutmeg.  Mix again.  Add parmesan and eggs.  Completely incorporate all ingredients.  Add the shredded cheese at the end.  This way you won't have large clumps with no seasoning.
In a large lasagna pan, cover the bottom of the dish with 2 cups of sauce (or enough to add a nice bed for the shells.)  Begin stuffing each shell with the ricotta mixture.  It should take about a tablespoon and half to fill each shell.  Do not overstuff.  You want the cheese mixture to stay inside the shells.  Place the shells in the pan in a single layer.  (Many of the boxes will tell you to layer the shells like lasagna.  I don't recommend it.  It turns out much better if you do a single layer.)  See pictures below.

Top the stuffed shells as pictured above with another cup or so of sauce.  Do not cover completely.  See picture below.

Top with a little extra grated parmesan.  Cover with aluminum foil.  Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes.  Allow to sit for 10-15 minutes before serving.  The cheese is bubbly and piping hot.  (The roof of my mouth recommends you heed the warning to wait to serve.)

(Cook's Notes:  I use lowfat ricotta, as well as reduced fat cheese blend.  The cheese blend I used had reduced fat mozzarella, smoked provolone, Asiago and Romano cheeses.  This dish freezes well.  You can easily make two pans and freeze one for later.  Also, I make my own sauce, but you can use whatever bottled sauce you prefer *just don't tell me you did that or I will cry in the corner*.) 

So...go stuff it!  Bwahahaha!  Check out all the other links.  If you have a favorite stuffed dish, link up with us!  Pictures are not necessary!

Love!  Lemme know what you want to see on Share a Spoon.  You guys pick the themes!  You get highlighted on Saturday and Thursday of your week!  What are YOU hungry for?

Wordless Wednesday - Momzilla Smackdown

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

This is a nearly Wordless Wednesday.  You Smackers may remember that mini-me asked for Taylor Swift for Christmas.  Um....not the CDs (though he wanted those too).  He asked for her LIVE and in person.  Yeah, did I mention he's 8?  Heck, then he was only 7.  He just turned 8.

The child is obsessed with the lovely Miss Swift.  I received a flyer in the mail from a local radio station, which I was disposing of (recycling) and the lil' man almost lost his mind.  Told me I could not throw Taylor in the trash.  To which I retorted I wasn't, I was throwing her in the recycle bin.  He was not amused.  I had to cut her out of the flyer before I was allowed to recycle.  *sigh* retribution for him bossing me around making me cut out pictures of Taylor Swift?  I caught him singing whilst playing Band Hero.  This is Kamalamadama in all his karaoke GLORY!  Woot!

(If you listen close you can hear BDC singing in the background at the end)

Make sure you run over to his blog and let him know his Momzilla posted this video.  He expressly warned me not to.  Bwahahahaha!

Happy Wednesday!

PINT - Stuffed Honey Do List

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

It's Tuesday Smackers. You know what that means. Ooey Gooey STICKY LOVE.

Head on over to Supah's Couch.
Give her some Sticky Love.

Grab her BUTTon.

Then Stick Em up and spread the LOVE!

I have a special video for today.  Uh-huh!
It's for one of my BISHES!

Double Rainbow All The Way

Monday, July 19, 2010

Think Tank Momma

Happy Monday Smackers!

It's a brand new day, It's a brand life and I'm feelin'....

So...this weekend I was chatting with That One Mom from the Only Parent Chronicles.  We chat via Blackberry Messenger, we cause a stir on Twitter every now and then, and we chat it up on the phone too.  She's coming to see me in September.  It's o.k.  You can be jealous.

Anygreenenvy, apparently we blew up her phone and now she is out in the dark with no connection to all of us girls.  I don't know what is up with the bishes.  My goodness.  Last week Ducky's phone died (a sad sad death), Shell spilled milk on her Crackberry.  I think Shell just wanted a new phone.  (Shhh!  Don't tell!)  Not to worry, I think everyone will be connected again by tomorrow.

Back to the chatting it up with That One Mom.  We follow Nathan Fillion on Twitter and yesterday he created quite a stir on Twitter.  (WHAT??? YOU DON'T KNOW WHO NATHAN FILLION IS????)  Nathan Fillion is the star of the hit show Castle.  He has done some SyFy Channel works of genius. (Queen of the Geeks right here remember?)  He is Captain Hammer in Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog.

Anytwat, Nathan Fillion made the term DOUBLE RAINBOW ALL THE WAY (ACROSS THE SKY) quite popular.  What does that mean? Urban Dictionary, how do I love thee?  Let me count the ways.  

Urban Dictionary:
Double Rainbow, All The Way is a phrase used by Nathan Fillion. It means that which is: •totally ecstatically wondrous •endlessly joyfully amazing •full-on orgasmically blissful.

Yesterday was a DRATW day all over Twitter.  People were tweeting DRATW from their locations, all over the world.  It was AWESOME.  They were retweeted by Nathan.  My twat box was full of all that sunshine and I LOVED it.  So...why am I relaying all of this to you?  Why do you care about something that happened...yesterday?

Oh Smackers...I will tell you.  See that pretty button up there?  I made that.  It says what Nathan's bio says on Twitter.  I have seen loads of ugliness and unkind things going on in my little circle on the blogosphere and I am tired of it.  So I created a button.  It says how I feel.  You are welcome to post it on your sidebar.

This button means, for me, say something kind or shut the fuck up and move along.  If we can inspire others to say kind words or nothing at all?  Then that is DRATW!

And just because I love you all, I am going to share this little gem.  It's not a real commercial.  But it will give you some insight into Nathan Fillion's sense of humor, and just why I like him so much!


Happy Monday!  Now go spread the love and have a DRATW day!

ProFlowers Fruitasia Basket Review

Sunday, July 18, 2010

I recently was offered the opportunity to review a fruit gift basket from ProFlowers.  I was really excited.  I have received many ProFlowers gifts in the past from friends and family, so having the opportunity to review, I was thrilled.  (Image below is from the ProFlower's site.)

When the box arrived I was really excited because it was from Cherry Moons.  BDC has ordered flowers with "treats" for me before and everything that came from Cherry Moons has been fabulous.

I chose to review a fruit basket because the boys and I are fruit-a-holics, if you will. We really like fruit.  My boys are obsessed with apples.  BDC is especially fond of fresh pears.  Me?  I'm a Florida girl, citrus is my form of sunshine!

The boys and I cracked that box open before the FedEx guy had even left our driveway.  Yeah, we're sad like that.  Plus, with the love of fruit in this house?  Of course there wasn't any here.  I seriously cannot keep enough fruit in the house for three tweeny boys.  Whew!

The picture above are what we received.  The contents of the basket were exactly what the website advertises (3 Imperial Comice or D'Anjou Pears, 2 Cherry Moon Sensation Red Pears, 3 Buerre Bosc Pears, 3 Fuji Apples, 3 California Navel Oranges, 2 Granny Smith Apples).  The fruit was in impeccable condition, save for one small bruise on a Granny Smith apple, but even that was clearly just from the shipping process.

Being the fruit lovers we are in this home, I have purchased lots of fruit over the last several months.  The pears and apples in this basket were sweeter and juicier than anything I have been able to find in the grocery store, farmer's markets and organic whole foods markets.

If you are considering flowers for a new mom, or friend who has been sick or hospitalized.  I would much rather have the fruit than the flowers.  Think Tank Momma says consider fruit instead!

(ProFlowers provided this basket to me for an honest review.  These opinions are mine and mine alone.  I did not receive financial compensation for review of this product.)

Share a Spoon: Stuff It!

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Think Tank Momma


It's THEME TIME...sorta like Hammer Time but without the stupid pants.

Today's theme is brought to you by the ultra glamorous photogfabulous Cheesecake from Mad Boastings of a Cheapskate Mom.
(If you don't follow her you are cuh-razy.  just sayin')


So don't tell me you don't have a recipe this week.  We all love FOOD.  And what is better than FOOD stuffed with more yummy FOOD.  I don't have a huge recipe go to stash on this one and I want some recipes for stuffed peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, pork cops, chicken...FRENCH TOAST.  If you have dessert recipes that have fillings those are stuffed right?  Jalapeno poppers are stuffed with cheese right?  

I am seriously like Pavlov's dog just thinking about it right now!  Excuse me while I go make myself a lowfat sandwich.  *sigh*
So link up with us on Thursday when we decide give recipes a little pizazz by adding that little sumthin' sunthin' in the middle!  If not?  Well you can just STUFF IT!

Happy Weekend!   ~LOVE~

(If you have a theme please lemme know.)


Friday, July 16, 2010

On Monday I posted 15 things that I loved about myself.  When I did, being the inactive me that I am I thought it would be a fun way to get to know some of you Smackers better so I challenged you to do the same.  To be honest with you, the response to this was a little shocking and overwhelming.

I received several comments, but I received more emails than I did comments.  Some positive and some that hurt my heart.  I didn't receive any hate emails, simmer down and don't get your panties in a wad.  I received emails telling me how much they liked my post, and how they wish they could be "like me."  Then they would go on to say that they couldn't come up with even a few things to list about themselves that they liked, let alone 15 that they loved.  I had one that told me she didn't love anything about herself.


Smackers, that hurts my truly heart.  Everyone in this world deserves to be happy.  Everyone deserves to know that they are special.  EVERYONE DESERVES TO BE LOVED, especially by themselves!

I want to highlight the gals who accepted my challenge.  Each and everyone of them shared personal things, and then commented about how freeing the whole exercise of writing them down was.  I wouldn't steer you wrong Smackers!  It really is something you should do for yourself.  If you don't share with us, that's fine.  Just do it for you.  It can be silly, crazy, grumpy, whatever, but write it out and tell yourself, that's me and I'm o.k. with that.  All those things make you who you are.

One of my bb chat girls asked if I was going to make this a weekly thing.  I thought what a great idea.  I certainly couldn't expect that.  However, I am committed to finding a way to share things about myself, challenge others to do the same, and hopefully inspire some self esteem in there somewhere.  I'm not sure yet what we will do or even how we will do it, but, if I can help or inspire even one woman, man or child to feel better about who they are, then I will sleep happy at night.

Slacker Mom over at Diary of a Slacker Mom shared her list.

Hillbilly Duhn over at Hillbilly Duhn's Times & Tribulations shared her list.

Dee over at Homesick Cajun shared her list. (it's below the post-it notes.)  

Buffee over at the Truth According to Buffee shared her list.

Stephanie who lives in The Blue Zoo shared her list.

Shell from Things I Can't Say shared her list in the comments of my original post!  I really LOVE that!

I have had several more of you tell me you were working on yours.  I will link you up next week.

Please go visit and show the ladies above that they are BEAUTIFUL!

I know that society tells us we should all be a certain way, this is beauty, that is not.  I tell you this Smackers, I see beauty everywhere I look.  It's the differences that make us beautiful.  It's the differences that make us SPECIAL.

If you have never seen the video that goes with Beautiful by Christina Aguilera I have included it below.  The words to the song are powerful and move me no matter how many times I hear them.

Happy Weekend Smackers!

Share a Straw - Fruitylicious

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Think Tank Momma

**Special Limited Edition**

(Several of you requested this one but Nancy over at Away We Go asked first so she gets the shout out!)

SHARE A SPOON has been replaced by SHARE A STRAW

Not to be confused with Bootylicious


One of my most favorite drinks ever is Fresh Cherry Limeade.  I love it!  When I was a kid I remember going with my mom to this sandwich stand and every time we went she would order a fresh cherry limeade, which was a special order for her.  Everywhere else we went she would order water with lemon or a Diet Coke (Tab when I was really little.)  I grew to love it because it was "special".  To this day, lime is my favorite flavor.  Lime candies, lime baked goods, and LIMEADE is the best.

Here's my recipe for FRESH LIMEADE:

2 Cups of sugar
2 Cups of water
1/2 Cup of honey
2 1/2 Cups fresh squeezed lime juice

In a saucepan, over medium-high heat, combine sugar, honey and water.  Cook until the sugar is dissolved (4-5 mins.)  Remove from heat and let cool completely.

In a gallon picture or a jug add the fresh squeezed lime juice and the simple syrup that is cooled.

Now, for regular limeade just fill the rest of the gallon with water.  Stir well and serve over ice with lime slices.

For Cherry Limeade, after you combine the simple syrup and lime juice, add a bottle of Marischino cherries.  Fill the rest of the jug/picture with Club Soda.  This is SOOOOO worth the little bit of effort required to make it.  PROMISE!  

Next up?

A more sophisticated grown-up beverage.  For those of you who indulge in the spirits.  The Capital Grille has a signature cocktail that is a bit dangerous.  DANGEROUSLY smooth I tell you.  Their original is called a Stoli-Doli.  It's Stolichnaya vodka steeped in fresh pineapple.

You can really use any vodka you prefer.  

1 Liter of Vodka (Absolut works nicely)
1 Fresh Pineapple cut up

Pour the vodka over the fresh pineapple in a container with a tight fitting lid.  Put it in the refrigerator and allow the two to infuse.  The longer the two sit together the more mellow the bite of the alcohol.  I was told by the bartender at Capital Grille in Jacksonville, they let their signature mix steep for at least 11 days.  However, they use HUGE glass jars and loads of pineapple and Stoli.  At home, 4-5 days works quite nicely. 

In a cocktail shaker over ice pour the infused vodka.  Shake well and serve in a martini glass!  ENJOY! 

As you can see in the photo (compliments of Google Images) when shaken this tini is quite frothy.  It's very smooth, and very dangerous.  Or so I hear. 

Well, there you have it Smackers.  The first Edition ever of Share a Straw.  We will do this again.  Probably a Limited Holiday Edition for sure.  Any drink recipe, smoothie recipe, punch, or spirit recipe is welcome today.  So put your straw in a glass and linky-loo up with us!

Tune in tomorrow.  I am going to highlight some of the ladies who OWNED IT this week!  If you are putting together your list lemme know and I will add you to the post!

Love!  Eat, DRINK and BE MARY!  Or be yourself, whichever you prefer.

Happy Happy...Joy Joy

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

My good friend That One Mom from The Only Parent Chronicles was offered an exciting opportunity to participate as one of 77 moms across the country in Do Good Day sponsored by 77Kids which is a new kids store opening.  The point of Do Good Day is to inspire people and show them there are things you can do to make a difference every day.

Mahatma Ghandi once said, "You must be the change you wish to see in the world."

Think about that.  What do you want to see change in this world?  What do you on a regular basis that reflects the world you want to live in?

For me, I want to live in a world of laughter and joy.  I want to always see happy, healthy and smiling children.  I want everyone I meet to know joy the way that I know joy.  I think if I had to go through very many days without hearing laughter and seeing someone smile I would end up in a padded cell somewhere blubbering in a straight-jacket rocking back and forth banging my head on the white walls.

To pay it forward, or to show others charity, doesn't necessarily mean you have to give money or time that you don't have.  Random acts of kindness produce a smile.  Often, a smile that will melt your heart and give you a sense of accomplishment that is just indescribable.  

We often forget in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives to be kind.  Head down, get it down, get home, whew!  No incident.  I get it.  Truly I do.  Especially if you shop at Walmart.  However, even then, it takes less effort to smile back than frown and lower your head.

Make someone laugh today.  Make someone smile.  Do something kind.  And remember, change starts with me and you!

As part of my effort to make you smile today, I have a little blurb from my buddy JennB.  She made me laugh on Friday.  She emailed me a drink recipe which is HILARIOUS!  I hope she doesn't mind if I share it.

Jenn B's 'special' drink:
1 Bottle of Crown
4 oz apple juice
2 Ice Cubes
Use the ice cubes to cool you off by rubbing them on your forehead.  Once they're melted and gone, and you're cool, follow the next steps:
1) pour the apple juice into a cup (preferably one with a lid.  You don't want it to spill)
2) open the bottle of crown
3) hand the apple juice to your toddler and send her off to play
4) take the desired number of "slugs" or "chugs" or "pulls" off the crown bottle
5) find a closet with a lot of room
6) lay down and take a nap

Now, go do something to make someone laugh.  And don't forget to link up with me tomorrow for Special *Limited Edition* Share a Straw!


PINT - Shaken and Stirred Karma

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Happy Tuesday Smackers...Let's share some STICKY LOVE shall we?
(Get your minds outta the gutter people sheesh!  I meant Sticky NOTE love)
Head on over to SupahMommy's place.
Grab the BUTTon.
Post It. 
(get it?  Post It?)

Enjoy a LOVE Story STICKY Style