No, It’s wonderful! You only broil it long enough to melt the sugar you coat it with! Yummy!
That is a GOOD one!!
Love shares tears, as well as smiles. We share yours.
Oh, Frank – so sorry! 8-23-13 we lost our furbaby and we still mourn. If a burden shared is truly lightened, then all your friends here may help you and your family carry through.
why does it always have to be cats OR dogs? I’ve had both, some at the same time. Depending on how they’re treated and taught, any can bring a special and individual sort of love and devotion into your life. That’s why so many of us want to give it back to them. Thanks to all our fur-babies, and thanks to those of us not afraid of sharing our loss when they pass.
I’m so sorry. It’s heartbreaking.
Husband is a firefighter. You are ‘on the nose’, so to speak.
I’m just glad to see Rita has a side that would sing to her grandchild!
I am very organized. (family pokes fun) But it is self-serving, I get very frustrated when I can’t find something I need – like scissors – my answer is have a place for everything and to put things back in their place after they are used. The home place for things is where they are used the most, which makes it easy. Now when I need the scissors, I just go get them – no searching, no frustration – I am happy. Most people wait until they are buried in flotsam and the job seems too big to tackle, but you only have to do it once and keep it up – it’s well worth it!
I reconnected with an old flame. When I mentioned how different I must look from the girl he once knew, this sweet man said, " No matter how old we are, when I look at you, I will always see a 16 year old with waist length flowing hair and eyes I was happy to drown in…" Gunther has not yet matured enough (despite growing) to appreciate that someone will always see him with unconditional love. He’ll get there.