Saturday, August 24, 2013

On A Happy Note

I am trying to put on my happy face. I saw an awful doctor. Just dreadful. I suspect he graduated at the very bottom of his class. I guess they can't all be good.
I am oh so sorry I was his unlucky victim.
Now I have to work on Plan B when I recover from the shock of Plan A.

But on a happy note...


I am still cooking up experiments now and then. This is an oval 1.5 quart crockpot with my latest Corn Casserole recipe. This time my ingredient were:
1 box Jiffy Cornbread Mix
2 Eggs
1 can Cream Style Corn
2 tablespoons chopped garlic

Spray the crockpot with nonstick spray for easy dish washing later.

I baked it on high in the crockpot for 4 hours. It was awesomely delicious. I don't think another hour or two would have hurt it either, just changed the texture. This time it didn't explode like last time. Probably because I halved the recipe and omitted the butter.  No need for those extra calories and I didn't miss it one bit in this batch.

That oval shaped small crockpot is so perfect for many dishes. A small roast fits in their nicely too. Because I live in a small motorhome, everything has to serve multiple purpose.  I also use crock by itself (it's removable) for cooking in the microwave as well as a mixing bowl.


Beautiful flowers adorn my park host camp area for one lone camper and her bark ranger.


What's so exciting about a muddy pair of Crocs? Well, this picture will forever remind me of the super fun day Harley and I had at the Nettles Dog Park in Clemson, South Carolina.

The ground was swampy.  The entrance required traversing some serious mud. Normally Harley dog is real prissy, not getting his feet wet or his tiny body dirty. But the sight of the other dogs happily romping in the mud and muck had him enthusiastically joining in the fun and games. There was no way for us to avoid the mud in order to enter the gate.

Life is goof!

3 comments:

  1. Hate crummy Drs. Mine is great been going to him for 1998. But right now I am having a problem and it is taking awhile to figure it out. But we move on no matter what.

    Hope your get some better help soon.

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  2. I was wondering if you will share reason for your recent Dr. visit. I have read some of your blog history but am unable to pinpoint the reason. Though not mine nor any others business, I ask to satisfy my own curiosity. I am able to ascertain that you are not resistant to the idea of trying a natural remedy. With that said I am an apothecarist with skills in herbology and toxicology. I am 33yrs schooled in the art of the old ways and witchcraft. You know me through social gaming and online rapport only but if you will share some detail/s I'd like to examine the possibilities and perhaps return a simple kindness that you have shown me in an online forum. (streghaX3) "By Sun, Wind and Rain I Bless this Tisane." I am The Traveling Tea Man. Thanks.

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    1. Would love to talk with you. Please email me Author at DearMissMermaid.com Replace at with @.

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