I am having major PAIN on the bottom of my right foot! The Ball of my foot to be exact! I am wondering if it is caused by an old injury that I had as a child, when I cut the ball of my foot off at the beach, and had to have it stitched back on? I have had this pain before, but only every now and then, but this time it has been like this for days, and it is getting worse not better?
Poor Smokey has now gone completly Blind! But we also noticed his eyes were bulging so we took him to the Vet. He is now on three different drops a day and so far we have seen a huge improvement :) So Please keep your fingers crossed that he keeps improving.
I need to get my act together, and do regular Blog Updates. I promise that I will make more of an effort though I think it would help if my friends and online contacts would reply to some of my blog pists, (Hint Hint )
to move all my scrapbook, Knitting and other craft supplies all downstairs to the basement .I have one area sectioned off with a comfy couch for my own use (Crafting) I can't wait to get it all set up :)
I bought a really nice Celtic Cookbook this past week, I can't wait to try some of the recipe's in it, I also got a really cool Recipe Book for Christmas called To Canada With Love From Down Under, it is all recipes from Australia and NewZealand. I had a quick look through it yesterday and I seen some wonderful recipe I remember as a child, LIKE Hokey Pokey(OMG) I remember making that in school in Miss Florence's Home Economics class LOL!
I have been so Busy I haven't been keeping up with my blogs (SORRY) I do have a Craft Fair next weekend so I have been flat out knitting for that and getting Felicia to help me make me other FuN Crafts to sell :) I have done a few Card Classes that I am really enjoying, plus a few Layout Classes (Scrapbooking) And last Saturday I did the Create For A Cause all day(Scrapbooking mainly) and that was lots of Fun! I went with Danna and Felicia :)
1/2 lb (250g) sausage meat 4 hard boiled eggs, shelled flour large pinch chopped mixed fresh herbs, or dash of Worcestershire sauce salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 egg, beaten dry breadcrumbs, or a large pack of crushed crisps, or peanuts, finely chopped oil for deep frying
Dust the eggs with flour. Mix the herbs or Worcestershire sauce and the salt and pepper into the sausage meat and divide into four equal portions. Lightly flour your hands and the worktop and flatte each piece of meat until it is about the size of a saucer. Wrap each piece around an egg, moulding to fit. Make sure the meat is of even thickness and there are no cracks. Coat the balls in the beaten egg, then in the breadcrumbs, crisps or peanuts. Heat a frying pan of oil until it is hot enough to brown a cube of bread in about 30 seconds, or to 360F (180C). Add the eggs and cook for 7-8 minutes until golden brown and crisp. Remove and drain on absorbent paper.
Bought this book yesterday and started this morning! I love The Hannah Swensen Series. They are always fun to read and the yummy recipes are the BEST! The other week I also read .. Plum Pudding Murder.
Maggie Sefton Skein of the Crime (The eighth book in the Knitting Mystery series) June(2010) A novel by Maggie Sefton Next book >> by Maggie Sefton
The newest installment in the series, with knitting patterns and recipes included!
Fall has come to Fort Connor, Colorado, and the cool air has inspired the knitters at the House of Lambspun to start on their hats and mittens. It's also brought an influx of students to the university town-and into the shop for knitting classes. Kelly Flynn is happy to teach them the tricks of the trade-until one of them is found dead on the river trail near Kelly's house. Compelled to investigate, Kelly finds herself following a path that twists more easily than the yarn with which she knits. Knowing the killer could be close, Kelly must work fast to unravel the skein of this crime.