Friday, January 18, 2008

Don't Forget! It is Fix-it Friday!

Do you know how do anything? Do you know anything? Bet you qualify under one of those two questions. Fix-it friday doesn't have to be a lot of work, it can just be an interesting website that you would like to share, or a skill you have. You can take pictures, or just share someone else's! One line or a long post.
I am in the process right now of getting my fix-it friday post together, check back later and prepare to learn something new!
Come on, be kind, I have had a rough week and I am not below begging for some love here!
Shoot me an email or leave a comment and I promise I will put you on my FRONT page for other people to see! Plus you will have an extra serving of love from me. Love and attention, what more could you ask for, huh?
And if you don't want to participate by leaving a link, please, pretty please, visit any links I have up, (and mine of course) and leave a nice comment! Audience participation will also get you love and attention!
See ya later, I have a screaming boy to go tend to.

4 Kids Who Want To Play:

Katie said...

I've just written my post!

elizasmom said...

Mine's up!

Gawdess said...

inspired by this guy http://snowflakebentley.com/
I am up at my 365 photoblog
http://gawdess365.blogspot.com/

Klynn said...

Rather than post something on my long neglected (by me) blog, I thought I'd share a tip/trick that I learned from my MIL. When browning sausage for a breakfast casserole, I was having trouble with the meat all clumping into huge chunks, when I wanted it finely ground to make a nice layer in my casserole. My MIL reached in the utensil drawer and pulled out a pastry blender (http://www.kitchen-classics.com/_borders/pastryblend.jpg) and showed me how to just roll it through the meat to break it up. Worked beautifully. Just be careful if you're using a non-stick pan, as the pastry blender could scratch the coating. Works great on ground beef, too. I would have never thought of this myself, so I'm very grateful that MIL showed this to me, and wanted to share. (Sorry for hogging the comments!)