"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds." —Emerson
Hmm... well, the first thing that came to mind was homemade baklava, so... that's what I'll go with.
ooh, do you have a good recipe for that? My husband LOVES it.
Tyler, I don't, but I looked online and this one looks pretty good...
chocolateanyway is fine :-)
well, as long as we're going dessertsTIRAMISU(the good stuff, now!) beats bakalava and chocolate all hollow!
Okay, Sara, that is a real contest, I have to admit. LOL!
In keeping with the theme...peppermint bark
Tiramisu was my first thought - I'm with you on that Sara. So my next thought is a day at the Spa. The kind that leaves you floating.Not that I have ever actually had a WHOLE day at the spa - just an hour or two at most but I think a whole day would be heavenly.
New York style cheesecake with Huckleberry sauce
being debt free
I will be judging tonight so get your answers in!BTW, Erin reminded me. I told you all about my special guy Andy breaking his leg almost clean through in January -- well last weekend he cracked the cast open on his foot, a week and a half before it was scheduled to be removed.So I was dreading paying for another cast. But when they took the x-rays they found no evidence that there had ever even been a break, except for an unusual amount of new bone growth, so he is now cast free! YEAH. God is awesome!
OK, I think I'll give another word a chance now.To be honest, it was a hard choice between Katherine and Ruth, until Mike came along and mentioned huckleberries. Now if you have never had a huckleberry, I truly pity you. But not as much as I pity myself because I can't get any down here.So Mike, you win (rofl, I actually wrote Mike, you sin and had to correct it)
Dang it!! I was really hoping to get this one. And no I have never had the pleasure of a huckleberry but they must be something good to beat the spa!By the way Tyler, what does "rofl" mean? I have been trying to figure that out ever since I first saw you use it.
rolling on the floor laughing :)Huckleberries are amazing, no other berry can even touch it, but they grow in such a small area of the earth, in mid-alpine regions. It is the state fruit of Idaho.
I figured it had something to do with hilarious laughter.
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