Just A Pinch Recipes. Delicious Asparagus and Vidalia Onions
YES…. FINALLY DONE.. All of the furniture is now painted and reupholstered and in the bar ready to go.. So Happy.. =) Thank you SO MUCH for the beautiful paint job by Eddie Murphy Furniture Re-finishers on Robertson Rd. LaGrange,Ga.706-523-1110~ What an AWESOME job. and Thanks you SO MUCH for the beautiful Re Upholster job that AUSTINS UPHOLSTERY on Horace King Street in LaGrange,Ga. We could not be happier!!!!!
ok, well we got another chair picked up that was completed. here is the picture
So anyway, I’m waiting on ONE more piece of furniture.. Our Settee.. cant wait to see it completed. Gosh, this is so exciting. I’m also posting the other pictures that I promised I would take of the NASBAR. Just remember, I’ve still got to get another picture once we have taken the Settee home.. EXCITED… yes, yes I am…
Kyle Busch has got to be the loneliest NASCAR driver ever. He’s led so many laps, & he never sees anybody in front of him for two-thirds of the race. He just sees clean racetrack … he’s the MayTag Guy” – Kyle Petty
We are hard at work trying to get the NASBAR ” revamped. Pictures to follow later this week of the rest of the furniture and the pool table Redo, or at least i hope i can get them done… Randy and I are always trying to find something new and affordable to add to the bar.
Well I came across an old Antique Settee that my Upholsterer friend had for sale, I bought it and he gave me 2 antique chairs someone had left and wouldn’t pick up, so i let him upholster all of them for me. I bought the material online at warehousefabricsinc.com. I found the PERFECT pattern for the NASBAR furniture.. then I decided on the color schemes, which are (VIBRANT) Stop Sign Red, Lime Green and Black & white and just WENT WITH IT from there. So far I L♥VE IT.. cant wait to show you all the pictures of EVERYTHING once we finish the remodel. WOW what a flipping expense.. Worth every penny, but whewwwwww.. I know we do. This is a link to my Nasbar board on pinterest with a little more detail on what im trying to accomplish with my colors, ect.. Anyway, I hope you like it……….
PotPie CUP CAKES.. comfort food at its best.. THAT is what i think of when i read your recipe for the Pot Pie cupcakes. SOUNDS DELISH. Cant wait to try these. thanks
Everything is fodder for the soul. This was the meditation of one of my professors in grad school that, whether I wanted it to or not, has been forever etched into my internal audio tape. The basic meaning behind it is that everything that happens in your life is always an invitation to grow, become more aware, or even find an extra inch of loving-kindness within yourself, regardless of how trivial the circumstances seem.
You could open up to the opportunity to practice this meditation even while you are shredding tax papers into 7 full trash bags for 3 hours straight (hypothetical, of course). Shredding papers can bring you the realization that you like to think about future circumstances in order to escape from the reality of now (hypothetically, again). The point is that nothing is ever too small or menial to open up to learning more about your authentic self. Even tossing a paper…
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wow.. I love Stackable food.. Eazy, Breezyyyyy
You might not believe me (or, you might) when I tell you that this is a Weight Watchers recipe. My mom and I made a few of the recipes while I was home this past weekend, and I’ve got to tell you–they’re fantastic!
We made these bacon, egg and spinach stacks on Mother’s Day morning. One breakfast cup was the perfect amount of food to tide us over before lunch at the country club. Though I’m not on the diet, I will most definitely make these again.
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