Betsey, thank you for sharing that story, that was truly beautiful and I was very touched. Those are the moments that will live in our hearts forever. It was truly a beautiful story, and I see that I have repeated myself, so it must be time to get off and find something else to do.
I am not sure what, I am having an insomnia night, I really dont know why, usually I can pinpoint the cause, stress, etc. I am guessing its the holiday hoo haa. I have already almost completed making my special breakfast. Which brings me to you Straydog, what a wonderful idea. Here is my Christmas morning breakfast I have been making for about 8 -9 years, and they never seem to get tired of it. I have asked all of them, "do you want me to try something new" and I get a very loud NO. So here it is.
one loaf of itlian bread, cut into about 2 or so inches, then cut down the middle of those. I cook the sausage then cut that in half, then I cut several pieces of muenster (I had to look in the frig to spell muenster), then I crack 2 eggs, along with some milk, (like french toast batter type stuff).
I then lightly coat the large frying pan with canola or olive oil, let that get a little heated, in the mean time, I open, but try not to break the bread I have cut, I stuff the bread with 2 pieces of sausage (give of take) then I stuff the cheese in also, then I smush it together, dip it in the egg, milk bowl, (of course I whip the egg and milk together) then in the pan it goes, and I have been doing it so long, I dont really time it anymore, just fry it up like french toast, turn over and fry the other side, and voila (oh you know what I was trying to say), serve it up with syrup and fresh fruit, strawberries, kiwi, oranges, and whatever your family might like. Mine gobble it up in minutes, of course they do that with anything I cook, we come from a long line of gobblers. And thanks Straydog, that was a great idea, hope if anyone trys it you all enjoy it as much as my family.
Happy Holidays to all, and here's hoping all are feeling well on this day, and all the days to come.
degenerative disc disease, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, neuropathy, lumbar laminectomy july 1998 no help, rechargeable neurostimulator unit low right back w/lead wires to left side and right leg unit not working just sitting there.i am 57 years young in may will turn 58. i have 2 grown daughters, 25 and 29. i have 2 grandchildren, 9 year old grandaughter and 5 yr. old grandson