Fab Friday Five

Sure, that'll work for now!

Five things that spoke to me this week........

Rice Krispies Chocolate Scotcheroos – It’s fun to say. They’re fun to make. And, thanks to the chocolate, butterscotch and peanut butter, they’re even more fun to eat.
Scotcheroos!  (recipe >> here)  I've really been thinking about these a lot lately.  I'm hoping that one of our coworkers has to deliver over by whatever bakery he gets theses from REAL SOON!

farts :)
The fart chart :)

This sweet little baby elephant!

that's about right

This is BEAUTIFUL. I love the colors, and I love the message. What is something you would do if you had enough nerve?
I love a good hand-lettered quote paired with beautiful, colorful art.  I think it's just perfect.  And this quote y'all, seriously....nothing is impossible.  Always tell yourself this.  And tell your kids this; kids should not go through life thinking that some things will never happen.  If they have enough courage and drive to get it, they'll achieve anything and everything!
(order this print >> here)

Happy Friday, everyone!

**Next week starts another treatment week.  We're gearing up for it, having baked ziti for dinner the next few nights (because my pan will feed a family of 3 for 3 days; message me if you want the recipe...FYI: there's nothing healthy about it other than it's homemade).  We're hoping that having a big, hearty meal for a few days will help his body feel strengthened and ready (or as ready as one can be for receiving 4 straight days of extra-toxic poison).  In terms of his hair, he is starting to lose some of his body hair.  His head hair and facial hair has started to grow back in from the shave, but it's growing VERY slow.  It's too early to tell if it's growing back in patchy or not.  He's thinking that maybe the chemo next week will "finish the job" on his hair.**

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