Which Season Are You?

Season = Winter

You’re Most Like The Season Winter …

  • You’re often depicted as the cold, distant season. But you’re incredibly intelligent, mature and Independant.
  • You have an air of power around you – and that can sometimes scare people off.
  • You’re complex, and get hurt easily – so you rarely let people in if you can help it.
  • You can be somewhat of a loner, but just as easily you could be the leader of many.
  • You tend to be negative, and hard to relate to, but you give off a relaxed image despite being insecure – and secretly many people long to be like you, not knowing how deep the Winter season really is.

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Which Tarot Card Are You?

I’m the Sun. Don’t look directly at me.

The Sun Card
You are the Sun card.
The light of the Sun reveals
all.
The Sun is joyful and bright, without

fear or reservation. The childish nature of
the Sun allows you to play and feel free.
Exploration can truly take place in the light
of day when nothing is hidden. The Sun’s rays
fill you with energy so that you may live
life to its fullest, milking pleasure out of
each day. Such joy and energy can bring
wealth and physical pleasure. To shine in the
light of day is to have confidence, to soak
up its rays is to feel the freedom of a
child.

Image from: Stevee Postman.

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MARCH HOLIDAYS!!

Get yer March holidays right here, get ’em while they’re hot. I know this isn’t March yet, but I thought I’d give you a day to think about how or if you plan to celebrate the first holiday. Enjoy!

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    1. Post A Photo Day
    2. Laminate Something Day
    3. MLD Appreciation Day
    4. Do Something Nice For Someone Else Day
    5. Don’t Say Anything About Yourself Day
    6. Burp The Alphabet Day
    7. Listen to Classical Music for One Hour Day
    8. Krispy Kreme Day
    9. Chocolate Eclaire Appreciation Day
    10. Wear Something You Haven’t Worn in Years Day
    11. Bellydancing Appreciation Day
    12. Make A Milkshake Day
    13. White Dade Appreciation Day
    14. Cell-phone Etiquette Awareness Day
    15. Write A Blog Post Without Using any “E”s Day
    16. Cheap Plastic Jewelry Day
    17. Sit In Someone Else’s Office Day/Green Day/St. Patrick’s Day
    18. Sour Patch Kids Appreciation Day
    19. Sleep In Day
    20. Furtive Wangler Appreciation Day/First Day of Spring
    21. Walk Around With A Smile On Your Face Day
    22. “Mystery Science Theatre” Appreciation Day
    23. Sarcasm Appreciation Day
    24. Visit A Random Blog and Tell Them It’s Friday..Day
    25. Tara’s Bird Day
    26. Listen to Another Music Decade Day
    27. Criticize A Movie Day
    28. Do Something Nice for the Environment Day
    29. Learn Something About Your Heritage Day
    30. Act Like A Cat Day
    31. March Remembrance Day

    "Notafinga!" (sniff) Remembering Darin McGavin

    Mr. Darin McGavin, the hilarious, unforgettable father from “A Christmas Story”, passed away this weekend. He’ll always be Mr. Parker to me. Here are some quotes from “A Christmas Story”:

    Mr. Parker/McGavin: Fra-gee-lay. That must be Italian.
    Mrs. Parker: Uh, I think that says FRAGILE, dear.
    Mr. Parker/McGavin: Oh, yeah.

    Mr. Parker/McGavin: He looks like a deranged Easter Bunny.
    Mother: He does not!
    Mr. Parker/McGavin: He does too, he looks like a pink nightmare!

    The Old Man/McGavin: [shouting] Don’t anybody move! Hold it right there! The fuse is out.

    Mr. Parker/McGavin: You mundane noodle!

    Ralphie as Adult: The old man stood there, quivering with fury, stammering as he tried to come up with a real crusher. All he got out was…

    The Old Man/McGavin: Notafinga!

    Junior Mint Appreciation Day


    “Who’s gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It’s chocolate, it’s peppermint — it’s delicious!”
    – Kramer, in “The Junior Mints”

    Junior Mints® Parfait
    Yum, yum and double yum!

    Equipment:
    4 to 6 parfait glasses or tall glass tumblers, electric mixer.

    Ingredients for the Parfait:
    1 box brownie mix (19.8 oz. box)
    2 cups chocolate sauce
    1 pint of premium vanilla ice cream, softened 10 minutes in refrigerator
    2 boxes of Junior Mints® (1.84 oz. boxes)

    Ingredients for the Whipped Cream Topping:
    1 cup whipping cream
    1/4 cup powdered sugar, sifted
    1/2 teaspoon vanilla

    Make the Brownies

    1. Prepare and bake the brownies as directed on the box.

    2. Cool completely and cut into eighteen 2-inch squares.

    Make the Whipped Cream Topping

    1. In a medium mixing bowl using electric mixer, combine the cream, powdered sugar and vanilla. Beat until stiff peaks form. Set aside for assembly.

    Assemble the Parfait

    1. Place a brownie square in the bottom of a parfait glass or tumbler.

    2. Sprinkle 2 or 3 Junior Mints® on top of the brownie.

    3. Place a small scoop of ice cream on top of the mints.

    4. Pour a small ribbon of chocolate sauce on top of the ice cream.

    5. Sprinkle 2 or 3 Junior Mints® on top of the sauce.

    6. Repeat the process until you reach the top of the parfait glass. Garnish with whipped cream and Junior Mints®. Makes at least 6 parfaits.