Today’s Recipe and Location: Homemade Tortillas
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays
Pages: 143 - 145 Copyright: 2013 Harper Collins OR
I decided to skip these because why would I make these when I can easily buy them? Of course, maybe they taste better than the store bought version, but the time and machine it takes, seem too much for this wanna be country girl. I hate to invest in a machine, when I am not sure if I would even notice the difference. Oh well – on this one I am taking the easy way out.
Gabbin’ About Gratitude
Being a saver, is something that I am extremely grateful for in my life. I think this is one of the most important life skills that a person can learn. It is so much easier to go out and spend impulsively, but the excitement of delayed gratification, when you have saved for a long time, is so much greater. I feel fortunate that this is one of my strongest skills.
From 1976 – 1986 I worked for Capt. Anderson Sightseeing in Panama City Beach, Florida. I loved working the Anderson family. I began working for them at 19 years of age. I was initially hired as a waitress aboard the Capt. Anderson, a dinner boat. As time progressed, I also worked for Pam and Ken Anderson in the office during the day. They became dear friends, and I have only positive things to say about the family and the business. Some of my friends and coworkers from my time with the business were: Gigi Gosenheimer, Maggie Biggs, Rusty McMann, Rick Whitehouse, Walt Fitzpatrick, Johnny Jones, Gary Molina, Jeff Bottorf, Rachel and Harold Campbell, Midge Tandy, Lori “Eyes” Casler. By writing this blog, I am also basically writing my life story, but out of order. I realized that if I put all of these memories together, I will have my life in a memoir. How cool! Have you ever thought of writing down your memories of your life??????