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Dec 15, 2008

Burrrrrrrrrrrrr

So...........I live in central Texas where the temperature usually bottoms out at 50degrees about this time of year. It's 32degrees and falling today. Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! Time for a great big pot of Red Beans with a side of cornbread. It's too cold to sew but a great day to lounge around, read a good book, drink a hot cup of my favorite tea and eat something hearty and as my grandma use to say, "Eat this, it'll stick to your ribs."

9 comments:

Brenda said...

I have never been real fond of any type of beans; but my father fixes them off and on all year long. His heart doctor said that beans are a wonderful choice for heart health and weight loss. Sure hope that your delictable beans warm you up and that you enjoy your lounging day...you deserve one as busy as you are all of the time! Have a great day.

quiltingcindy said...

You beat me! I have the beans soaking and we will add some ham that was left over from Sunday. But until then, would you hand me a bowl of beans and a piece of cornbread, please? yummy Red beans made in TX are just better.

Dana said...

Yeah, you retired folks, getting to lounge around, read, drink tea & eat red beans and cornbread! (which, by the way, sounds delish!) Jealous? Who, me? Well, yeah, I guess I am! I wanna be retired, too!!!!! 1-1/2 years to go!

Marsha said...

I SO love your Christmas dance!! You are great. :-)

Julie said...

The Christmas dance was cute!! You would make a great elf.
I see where Brenda said the doc told her dad that beans were good for his heart. So it really is true? Beans, beans, good for your heart, etc...
LOL
I love red beans! Are they really spicey? Yummy!!

Becks - Not a Rabbit. said...

You Elfed yourself! I love it! Rhonda you are the best >:o)
'Tis the season to eat warm comforting food that 'sticks to your ribs'! Brrr!

Tipper said...

I think we've swapped weather-its in the 60s here. Soup looks yum!

Marie said...

Rhonda, The Elfing is soooooooo cute. I can smell the red beans and cornbread cooking, Be right over. Wanted to wish you and your family a special Christmas with baby Doll and A most Happy New year. Many blessings and hugs, Marie

teodo said...

Wonderful Elf dance.
ciao ciao

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