Thursday, April 26, 2012
1 package of Oreo cookies crushed and patted flat across the bottom of an 9x13 pan.
1/3 cup of melted butter and some sugar poured over the crushed layer of Oreos.
Almost all of a large bucket of Cookies and Cream ice cream scooped over top of the cookie layer and pressed down flat.
A layer of Heath mix which is packaged crushed toffee as shown above.
A layer of crushed 'Nilla Wafers
A jar of Hot Fudge sauce and also a jar of Caramel sauce poured over the "Nilla Wafer Layer.
Whipped Topping over all.
Put the cake in the freezer and remove to soften a little before serving.
With these rich and delicious ingredients, no wonder this is so tasty!!!!
What I enjoyed about this play the most was first, the company and secondly, the amazing dancing by the female lead, a high school senior and a beauty who played Rosie, the Spanish Rose. Her talent was remarkable in both singing and dancing. She stole the show and it was a privilege to watch her perform. It was easy to see that this young lady will go far! Allison and I were both surprised to find out that the song "Put On A Happy Face" comes from this musical.
I wanted to capture this image before both of these friends' teeth grow in! It is our hope that we can laugh about this someday when these girls are grown, to see both of them missing their two front teeth at the same time! Girls, we love your happy faces!
Miss J. has been on a Horsey book kick reading Mustang in the Midst by Ben M. Baglio and Summer Horse by Bonnie Bryant of the Saddle Club series. She likes to read in the evenings in her bed and is allowed to do so until she gets tired and then turns her light out and goes to sleep.
That is a synopsis of the books we have been reading this Spring. I know that you might be thinking, "It must be nice to have time to read..."
To which I respond, "It is!!!"
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Duchess has been our longest lasting pet. She was skittish for a long time after we got her from a friend's barn, but she became calmer and sweeter throughout each passing year. We buried her on our property in our pet cemetery and planted our beautiful Easter lily there with her, to bloom again each year. Duchess will be missed, especially the way she would paw at the back door to be let in because she wanted to be carried through the house to the garage even when the garage door was already open! I commend Tori for the excellent way she took care of Duchess and all of our pets and am sorry for her loss.