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BETTER YEAR

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Hi,
   It has been a really tough year, what with the torn rotatercuff surgery and the the spiral fracture of my femur which has put me in a wheelchair . I am finally learning to walk again with a walker..it hurts but no pain no gain.
   Started working on my painting

I'm  not sure what I'm gonna do with the green space . I'm very happy with the sky.  It's rather wild. Also been working on a hooked rug.  
I'm going to spend the night here with 3 of my girls Hailie is at a friends . ......we will have sauerkraut and pork for good luck as we watch the ball drop with my fur babies in the comfort of my home   safe
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS

NEW YEARS EVE

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HOPE EVERYONE ENJOYS THE LAST DAY OF 2016

Christmas Wishes

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Jesus is the reason for this season                So I would like to wish my family and my friends a  MERRY CHRISTMAS

update

still using wheelchair but using the walker more every day ......progress
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!

French Onion Soup

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1 large onion, yellow or red (I used yellow)
2 thick slices of French bread
3 slices swiss cheese
1/4 tsp. black pepper
3 C. good beef broth
pinch of salt
1 bay leaf
2 T. butter

Melt the butter over med. high heat in a med. size pot. Peel and quarter the onion then thinly slice it. Place the onion in the melted butter, add a pinch of salt and cook, stirring occasionally till caramelized, about 8 - 10 minutes. Add the beef broth, pepper and bay leaf. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and cook for 10 minutes. Meanwhile heat the broiler to high and toast both sides of the French bread. Once toasted, set aside. Remove the bay leaf and ladle the soup into oven proof crocks. Place the bread on top of the soup then top each crock with 1 1/2 slices of the cheese. Place the crocks on a baking sheet and place under the broiler for 3-4 minutes until cheese is bubbly and begins to lightly brown. Remove and serve. This recipe is for 2 servings.

Easy Christmas Treat

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Ingredients:24 pretzels12 caramel squares. halved3/4 cup semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips1 tsp coconut oilChristmas sprinkles Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Start by lining the pretzels out on parchment paper paper. Put one piece of caramel on each of the pretzels and bake for 4-7 minutes until caramel melts.dip in melted chocolate and add sprinkles

Receita de Natal | Como Fazer Uma Casa de Biscoitos | How to Make a Ging...

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Fudge o boy

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Recipe Ingredients⅔ cupChallenge Unsalted Butter3 cupsgranulated sugar⅔ cupevaporated milk1 cupbittersweet chocolate chips (60% cacao)1 ½ cupssemi-sweet chocolate chips3 (1.55oz)Hershey's candy bars7 ounce jarmarshmallow creme1 teaspoonvanilla extract1 cupcoarsely chopped pecans1 (11oz) bagcaramels, unwrapped3 Tablespoonsevaporated milk Directions1 Spray a 9-inch baking dish with cooking spray. Line with parchment paper. 2 Combine caramels and three tablespoons of evaporated milk in a microwave safe bowl. Heat in 30 second increments, stirring in between, until caramel is melted and smooth. Keep warm and set aside. 3 Combine butter, sugar, and evaporated milk in a heavy bottomed saucepan. 4 Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring frequently.

TURTLE COOKIES

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I THOUGHT THESE LOOKED YUMMY












slow and steady

LIFE HAS A WAY OF HUMBLING YOU.
    ever since my accident I have learned to never take anything for granted.. Things you did last year are much harder this year and have to be done differently, and take a lot longer but you can find an alternant way of doing them.  I have to endure the pain and try to strenthen my legs so I can move smoothly with the walker so eventually, hopfully without it. God is on my side so maybe it will happen.  PRAYING
HAVE A GREAT DAY EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cozy Creek Primitives: DIY Rusty Bedspring Christmas Tree

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Cozy Creek Primitives: DIY Rusty Bedspring Christmas Tree: Everyone loves simple DIY Primitive Christmas crafts! Here's an adorable little Christmas Tree that's easy and fun to make! Read on...I love this