Difficult Roads

It is good sometimes to just take a ride with some soft music-alone and just enjoy the scenery and a final destination that fulfills that feeling that sometimes you can not describe. Try that it may enlgihtened you and a new discovery is fun!

Orlando Espinosa

Sometimes traveling through difficult roads will lead to beautiful destination.

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Classic Red Truck with Christmas Tree

Ha-Ha seems Jodi is in a hurry for Christmas and Halloween is not even here-too funny! Adorable pic! I know this Christmas will be special for everyone!

the creative life in between

Classic Red Truck with Christmas Tree Watercolor - 11x14 - 140lb Fabriano Artistico Classic Red Truck with Christmas Tree Watercolor – 11×14 – 140lb Fabriano Artistico

Classic Red Truck with Christmas Tree.

Is anybody else starting to think about Christmas?

When my boys were young, I loved getting ready for the Christmas holiday.  I would often start playing Christmas music in October… much to Hubby’s dismay.

We prepared letters to Santa, and I shopped and put carts full of toys on “lay-away” months ahead of winter.

My best friend and I went to craft shows and stores and bought santas and snowmen and other holiday decorations, as well as things to make decorations – often while pushing strollers and carrying diaper bags.

I would prepare for “Sammy” the elf to make his arrival at our house and plan out his adventures each night when the boys went to bed to surprise them in the morning.

I created homemade Christmas cards for the boys…

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Shrimp Scampi and Taters

This recipe is so easy and a great standby for a quick lunch or supper. Using 4 large Russet potatoes rinse and dry, you can microwave them 10-12 minutes on high (covered with paper towels) or if preferred to bake @ 400 F 45-50 minutes. Once Baked potatoes are done allow to cool to touch and remove flesh inside. to a bowl. set aside.

In a sauce pan add 2 cloves of minced garlic and 1/2 stick of butter, once garlic and butter are combined and are fragrant lower heat and add shrimp (16 ounces medium to large shrimp), cook just 2-3 minutes (turning shrimp once while cooking), remove from heat. Add sautéed shrimp into potato flesh and gently stir, scoop into each potato skin half until full and place each half on a rimmed baking sheet pan, pop into a 400 F oven for 2-3  minutes. Garnish with herbs and devour!

Serve and enjoy!

We love these and I hope you will too!!!

Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.