Monday, August 8, 2011

Here's the dirt



Dirt pudding.......have you made it before. There are many recipes that require alot of ingredients. I have used those recipes. I think it would be just as good, less compicated, just using pudding topped with crunched oreo cookies. Gotta have those gummy worms on top and a real flower. These girls loved their little clay pots. Fun also to make in a new sand pail with a new shovel. My DIL made this batch.

Here's the dirt......after all that soul (job) searching last year...... sorry to have put you through that........I have decided not to go back to my school job. I've decided I am more of a warm COZY BLANKET kind of person than a mean and grumpy person. I am going to watch a baby in the afternoons now. If something comes up for the mornings, I might do that as well.

More dirt.......I am so tired of these headaches and dizziness.

Missing my Ohio girls alot.........hope they come back soon from Canada.

Doodles' party was fun. I will post about that later.

Tomorrow is my cousin Jo's first birthday in Heaven. She celebrated her birthday the whole month long. Her best friend and I are meeting tomorrow. I am hoping that celebrating this day will help us in many ways. My emotions are certainly stirred up.

Okay, that's enough dirt.......

Have a week to remember.




10 comments:

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

I have never had dirt pudding but I think my grandkids would get a kick out of it! It is nice you re getting together tomorrow for your cousin's first birthday. I am sure it will be a special and reflective day!~Hugs, Patti

NanaDiana said...

Debby-God bless you- I can see that you have had your share of frustration and heartache in this past year. Hugs- Diana

Heather said...

Hi Debby! I've never made dirt pudding, but I have made dirt icecream, and the kids love it! I am so sorry that it's been a difficult time for you. Hopefully things will look up for you soon! I am sending hugs and best wishes your way!

Jo said...

The dirt pudding is such a fun idea my kids loved it - also did it w/ sand (vanilla wafers and vanilla pudding or butterscotch) What better job than to love on a baby!

Julie Harward said...

LOL I love the dirty treat you served the kids, fun! Good luck with the new job and everything. :D

Kim Franklin said...

I remember in girl scouts we made a mud cake with gummy worms and what not on it for our troop leaders birthday, she loved it, so much fun.

-Trashy Crafter Kim

Creative Breathing said...

Debby, Your posts always make me long for grandchildren! Years away still, but I can enjoy them vicariously through your precious posts!

Search on Flickr paperdolly*

Creative Breathing said...

Back again! I have put directions on the bottom of my post. For some reason it's complicated to get to her photostream. I don't know why!
PS I finally had the courage to read "our" post below. (I struggle so after being with people - I withdraw - hence blog disappearance. I haven't read your post YET, but please know how much I treasure having met you! E

bj said...

I never have made the dirt pudding..
Gonna try it ....someday. :))

Pam said...

I have made the dirt cups for school functions before. They are fun and always a hit. Congratulations on your decision.