I'm not going to lie. I bombed this challenge. Okay well, not exactly bombed but... let's be honest. It could have been a lot better than it was.
I'm sure you're wondering 'what in blue blazes does this picture of tar have anything to do with a Daring Bakers challenge?' Although with my little note to prepare you for anything sad and dismal (I like the word woeful), you won't be surprised to find that it's actually a photo of my crackers.
I promise I had good intentions.
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This will be the easiest peanut butter cookie recipe you will ever try, I guarantee.
There are only a handful of ingredients and the cookies themselves are so yummy. The cookies themselves tend to be a little crumbly, but they're well worth the small mess that is easily cleaned up by fingers and a tongue. It almost makes it fun, savoring them til' the last crumb. Plus they melt in your mouth. I love that.
I couldn't wait to post this, so I'm doing it now; minutes before we leave for the BYU foot ball game. Go Cougs! So if you're a commenter between now and the time I get back, I'll know you don't bleed blue. It's okay, I forgive ya. We don't always choose what's best for us. ;)
We've officially welcomed in my favorite season.
Well technically, the equinox isn't until the 22nd at 3:44 p.m. However Hub and I have already welcomed it in spirit. That means that our down comforter is in its rightful place once again; we wake with scratchy throats; we go to, and/or watch football games every weekend; and red, yellow and orange are beginning to pop up along the mountainside; I even see a few trees in the valley beginning to change; it's beautiful. We even got some snow on Mount Timpanogos a few weekends ago. The only things left are cardigans, frost in the morning already happened a few times!, crisp air, falling leaves, and the holidays. I can't wait.
taken by Anna.
Last week my best friend married her childhood crush. It was one of those stories that you read in romance novels. Not the cheap tactless kind that are so predictable and painfully cliche, but the ones where you know they were meant to be together because everything in their lives pointed to one another. A romance worthy of real life.