I read somewhere that one of the smoothest roads to happiness is to develop an ability to see the positive aspects of those things which, at first glance, may appear to be negatives.
Boy, am I familiar with negatives which seem to be multiplying at my house as I anticipate the arrival of spring.
I found the yummiest recipe for low carb bread sticks which fascinated me.
Of course I don’t have any cauliflower in the house and promised myself that I won’t go to the store until I’ve used up everything in the larder.
But here’s what I will be making after my “Use it Up” campaign is over. I discovered it on a great blog called Kathyskitchenadventures.com. I don’t know who she is, but I like her!
Determined not to return to the grocery store until I use up stuff that’s not paying rent to live at my house, I plundered through the freezer today.
I had six bags of frozen spinach , a bag of flash frozen chicken breasts, and some other stuff I couldn’t identify. A long time lover of spinach, I decided to improvise, or I could set the spinach outside and watch the raccoons run for the hills. I decided to cook it up.
Suffering from a bout of insomnia last night, I was channel surfing and caught an interview with a woman named Dani Johnson who has developed a program called “Your War on Debt”. She was living in her car when she was 21, and two years later was a millionaire.
Today I was working on my taxes and was flabbergasted to see what I’ve spent on my hair in the past 12 months. It was obscene. I could have financed a small country, yet the bad hair days still outnumber the good hair days twenty to one.