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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Meet Me On Monday - 11/29

It is another fine day to enjoy a little quiz time with the blog hop created by Java of Never Growing Old. In this especially hairy time, this is definitely my time to chill. Come along and join in by clicking on the pic below. :) But hey! Before you do, maybe you can drop a comment by here. :)


Questions:

1. What is your favorite way to eat chicken?
2. Have you decorated for Christmas yet?
3. What is your favorite article of clothing?
4. Do you pay your bills online or write checks the old way?
5. Do you make Christmas cookies?


My Answers:

1. What is your favorite way to eat chicken?



Ahhhh my favorite way to eat chicken. There are so many ways. We eat a lot of chicken. I would say that my favorite way is to make a big green salad, panko bread the chicken, and dip it into a mixture of Frank's hot sauce and a dollup of blue cheese on the side. Sounds so good I am already getting hungry again. Not a good thing at this hour, but I'll go with it.


2. Have you decorated for Christmas yet?



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Nope. I barely got myself through Thanksgiving. I will forever admire people who decorate the weekend after their nice Thanksgiving dinner. I don't know how these people have things so together. Myself, I am hoping to get it done next weekend, but don't count on it.


3. What is your favorite article of clothing?

Cats. Pictures, Images and Photos


Last week when I couldn't find a picture that worked for me, I found a picture that made me smile. This is that picture. I actually have a pic of me in my plaid flannel, but it is on my husband's computer, and I am not going to wake him up so I can get it by networking up. Besides if you have seen one plaid shirt, you have basically seen them all. OH GREAT. I just answered the question here. NOT what I meant to do. Pretend I didn't and keep reading.


My favorite article of clothing is a blue plaid flannel shirt I bought at a thrift store when I was in college. I have worn that thing with everything, and amazingly it still is in pretty good shape (there is a little tear on the cuff, that my thumb slips through on occasion but that is it). It is super soft and totally comfy.


4. Do you pay your bills online or write checks the old way?

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I write the occasional check. My husband takes care of bill paying online for the most part other than the payment for one car. I know how and what to pay if necessary, but thankfully it is not. I give my husband money and he does the rest.

5. Do you make Christmas cookies?




I love making Christmas cookies, but other than sugar cookies, I don't make them any more. I am a fudge maker during the holidays. When I lived in Rhode Island, I worked for a dental practice and the women in the office would have a cookie exchange. It was THE best!




29 comments:

Jo-anne (Blossy) said...

May I come over to your place when you make your fudge? Yum!!
Have a great week!

Jennifer @ What Would Jen Do said...

this year i put up two fall based decorations that took me from october thru now. i haven't been motivated to take them down and replace them with 2 christmas decorations. maybe when it's actually december.

Kat said...

Hi! Thanks for your visit and comment. I love doing these memes because it helps getting to know other bloggers. I've enjoyed my visit here. Fudge? Did you mention fudge? I am a BIG chocoholic!

Hugs,
Kat

Facing50Blog.com said...

New follower from blog hop land. Like the above comment about your wedding dress....I think mine would split apart if I put it on now. So don't talk about fudge or I'll get a desire to raid the 'sweet' drawer in the kitchen.I also loved the photo of the cats.
Carol from www.facing50withhumour.blogspot.com

EmptyNester said...

Wow, you can still wear something from your college days? I'm impressed. I'm no where near my college size!

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

I'm so glad you haven't gotten any of your Christmas decor up yet. Every year I think about those people that use the Thanksgiving holiday to decorate and wish I was that organized but so far, I haven't made it. Maybe when I retire for good???

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Fudge is awesome. I bake about six different kinds of cookies. Everyone has their favorite so they are a must. Flannel is the best, we use flannel sheets all year long. Have a great week.

Together We Save said...

Oh wow - fudge sure does sound yummy right now!!

blueviolet said...

You need to teach us how to make fudge. It's hard to get it right! Either too chalky or some other problem!

Amiko said...

well, as for me, my husband gave me the money and I do the rest..lol

Gina Alfani said...

Since I made Oreo Chocolate Chip Cheesecake for Thanksgiving, that craving is over and has moved on to the fudge I will be making for Christmas. Big time chocoholic here too!

I've not tried Panko yet, but I keep seeing it on the food tv shows and in recipes online. Gotta try it!

This is my first week doing Java's blog hop . . . it has been fun seeing everyone else's responses. Yours comes the closest to mine so far.

Thank you so much for following my blog . . . I am following you now and look forward to reading more of your blog.

Have an awesome week . . . Gina

http://peacelovehappinesshappens.blogspot.com

Mary said...

Hi Kalea,
so nice to "meet" you :) Welcome anytime. No way you live in Prescott!! That's where my husband wants us to retire to in 3 years. What a cohinkydink.
We also love to eat chicken the way you do...bleu cheese dressing and Frank's hot sauce.

Kate said...

Thank you for the touching comment, I really appreciate it so much! I'm so happy we are friends :) Your blog is beautiful and love the picture of your Wedding Day! I was hoping you had a 'button' so I can post it on my 'Spread the Love' page. Let me know if you do :)

Kate
http://loveiseverywhere.blogspot.com/

Yvonne said...

I love fudge! I haven't had any in a long time.

Great answers!

Gina said...

Hello thank you for stopping by and commenting on my blog I appreciate it very much.

I love real trees but like you it is very dry here and do not want my house to burn down...it took me all afternoon to put my tree up, the color coded tabs had all fallen off

I am now following you http://ginabean32.blogspot.com

edshunnybunny said...

It's hard to beat a good flannel shirt! I've been known to borrow my hubby's from time to time!

I love to make candy at Christmas, too. Just the word fudge makes me hungry :)

Jodi said...

I am a new follower of yours from the hop! Love the wedding dress photo, and so true. :-)

Please stop by and follow back when you get a chance.

Have a great night.

Jodi
http://amomhavingfun.blogspot.com
http://www.jodishomebiz.com

Jen / Desert Drivel said...

Hi Kalea! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Nice to "meet you" virtually. Can you believe how cold it is here in AZ? Kind of reminds me of the fall back in the Northeast.

Have a wonderful day!

Jen =)

Shawie Girl said...

hey there!thanks a bunch for visiting my blog,love that random pic of the cats! chamber of secrets eh! :) thanks for taking interest in the chicken adobo, actually it's a way too simple chicken dish anyone can prepare! its ingredients are just soysauce,vinegar,bay/laurel leaves and pepper and salt to taste.it becomes more tasty when the chicken is fried a bit after being simmered with the ingredients.every region of our country has their own variation of the recipe.till next week on MMOM,have a great day!

emilene said...

Thanks for stopping by - I have just joined you too, look forward to reading your posts! Love your blog!

Mizzreviewlady said...

fudge is so good..its giving me a craving right now! The chicken with the blue cheese sounds so delicious! I am now following you back and i am your 300 follower...congrats!!!

jared's mum said...

i put up the christmas tree and all the trimmings the very same day we bought it from the mall. i wanted to have a new tree so as to mark the beginning of a tradition with my son...go ahead, know you can still manage to make something for your christmas decoration..goodluck..

following you back..
happy meet me on monday:)

Lauren said...

Thanks for visiting my blog!

I loooove fudge. Mmmmm. Care to share your recipe? ;)

VandyJ said...

I get the fun of paying the bills in our house. I write the checks every month and snail mail those suckers out. Helps me keep track of where the money goes.

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi, thank you so much for stopping by for meet me monday..You have a gorgeous blog may I say!

Love that chicken, love the lady flocking her tree, I am old enough to remember that..the kitties are so cute and I also love fudge at Christmas.

Have a great week and stop by again..

Barb

Ellie said...

I can NOT make fudge. It never turns out right.

Thanks for following. I'm following back.

THE OLD GEEZER said...

#5, no but I love to eat them :-)


I added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit mine and become a follower if you want to.

God Bless You :-)

~Ron

MT said...

I was kind of jealous when I went to my friends house today and she had three (yes three) trees up - one in the foyer, one in the family room, and one in the living room!

It was fun reading your answers. :)

Rachel Olsen said...

Girl, your comment at my blog today cracked me up!

STOP THAT RUMINATING!! :)

I like chicken parm.

I have my tree and wreath up, but I have more still to do. (My name is Rachel and I'm a Christmasaholic.)

Cute PJs are my favorite clothing.

I pay bills online - "simplify" is the name of my game.

I do make Christmas cookies, but not always from scratch (see motto above). Last weekend we made gingerbread men with the refridgerated dough from Pillsbury.