Q-ee laying on his little mat on our deck up at the cabin. He looooooves it out there.
There are some people on Facebook that I may have to "hide" until the election is over, ugh. You know, intelligent political discussions are one thing, but posting ridiculous cheap shots based on lies, misinformation or things taken out of context just make me think *you're* the idiot. I don't decide to vote another way based on stupid Facebook "shares". Good grief!
I have a "cafe au lait" birthmark on my leg. I've never developed any of the diseases that can be associated with it. Whew!!
Speaking of that, sometimes I marvel at the fact that in ye olden days, some people managed to live to 70, 80 or even 90 years without doctors poking, prodding, scanning and dna health testing them. Without supplements, vitamins or bloodwork somehow some people managed to live to a ripe old age. Seems like taking care of your health sometimes can be so much work, sometimes seems hard to believe a human can possibly live on it's own without all kinds of medical intervention. (Don't get me wrong - I know plenty of people died young - or didn't even live to be born back in ye olden days.)
The Daughter is outside right now pushing our cat Q-ee around in the cat stroller. He loves it. Angel Kitty, not so much.
The Husband brought back some apple cinnamon bread for me from our local county fair. The bread is from Lancaster County, PA - and when you hear the words "Lancaster County" you automatically think "Amish". Now that the Husband thinks about it, there probably wasn't anything at the booth actually saying the products are Amish, or made by the Amish. But I've seen the booth, and it's at least what you're lead to think, anyway. So I look at the label of the apple cinnamon bread thinking "oh this will be refreshing - I'm sure they use all natural ingredients". WRONG! CLEARLY this was not made by the Amish! This pseudo-Amish bread contains, amongst other things: Ethoxylated Mono and diglycerides, Polysorbate 60 (I've heard of Polysorbate 80, but 60 is a new one to me), agaragar, and sodium benzoate. "Sugar" is listed twice, and it contains good 'ol high fructose corn syrup as well as brown sugar AND granulated sugar. I looked up agaragar out of curiosity and it is: "a gelatinous substance derived by boiling from a poly saccharide in red algae, where it accumulates in the cell walls of agarophyte and serve as the primary structural support for the algae's cell walls". Nice. (Wanna hear something funny? I ate two slices of the offending bread while I typed this paragraph, ha ha!)
I have never made tuna noodle casserole. I'm not sure I've ever even eaten it. I'm scared to try making it, or eating it. It just does not sound good. Am I wrong?