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Beer Ice Cream: Part 1 of an Unintentional 2 Part Series

First Things First: Please check your ID to make sure you are over the age of 18. Or 19. Or 21. Or whatever legal drinking age is in your neck of the woods. (Just covering my butt, you understand. Not that anyone under the age of 18 is likely to be reading this blog... unless it's some kind of natural…

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Added by natalie @ stray matter on October 31, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

And Another Thing, Get Off My Lawn!!

My husband got a new cell phone.

 

His contract was up and his current phone was crappy.

 

Anyway, since the new iPhone whatever just came out, the not-so-new-and-barely-old iPhone whatever is now drastically reduced in price by $600 thereby catapulting it into our meagre price range and allowing us to have hip and trendy phoning, surfing, texting and whatever else-ing capabilities.

 

Of course, by "our" I mean "our". And by "us"…

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Added by natalie @ stray matter on October 17, 2011 at 5:08pm — No Comments

Banana Cream Pie or How to Score Points With the Father-In-Law

We went on a family vacation to the mountains with my in-laws.

 

No, seriously. And it was great.  The accommodations were wonderful, the pool was awesome, the weather was amazing, the mountains were stunning, the hiking was invigorating - all in all an incredible holiday.

 

Except there was no banana cream pie.  Not a one.

 

So here's the story.

 

We're on vacation.  I want need to find a bakery. I'm on a mission to…

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Added by natalie @ stray matter on October 1, 2011 at 11:15am — No Comments

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