Given the recent wetness we’ve been so fortunate to have lately, I decided to look at it positively rather than negatively because it seems as though it’s going to stick around for a while. So, here are some creative, and not so creative, ways I’ve come up with to make it through rainy season in Missoula.
My husband is an avid hunter, so he has had a few close encounters with wildlife in his day. However, he has never had an encounter quite as close as this hunter had. This hunter was enjoying a nice afternoon in a tree stand waiting for his prey to come along, when he was visited by an almost too friendly black bear.
One of my kids’ favorite snacks is puppy chow. No, not actual dog food, but a delicious cereal snack. There are many different kinds of puppy chow, from peanut butter and Nutella, to peppermint bark and Reeses.
With rifle season right around the corner, and bow season already here, I’ve decided to throw in some recipes that can be used for big game meat and meat you can buy at the grocery store. Since my husband is an avid hunter, I have learned how to cook game meat, and I have reached the point where I actually prefer a big juicy elk steak to a cow steak. I never thought that would happen, as I rarely ate game growing up, but I have learned to love it.
This is the most exciting news I’ve heard in a long time. It seems that a pharmaceutical company is finally going to produce a drug that helps reduce the size of double chins. I for one am a big fan of anything that can be done to get rid of a double chin, as I have always tragically suffered from this painful affliction.
This past January, I made resolutions to get into better shape and to eat healthier. It was slow going at first, but I have been doing a pretty good job sticking to my resolutions this year. I have spent the last nine months running a few days a week and just trying to substitute some unhealthier food for healthier foods. I have learned a lot about eating healthier, and what and when to eat after a workout.
This weekend my mom was raving about a new recipe she had received from a relative. She couldn’t stop talking about how good it tasted, how easy it was to make and how healthy it was. I had all the ingredients to make it sitting in my pantry so I decided to try it. I have to admit that it lived up to the hype.
This past spring I was totally nuts for ice. I would eat cup after cup of ice, chewing, crunching and annoying everyone around me. I couldn’t help it. I just craved ice and I couldn’t get enough. I didn’t think this was particularly strange. I just thought that I had developed a habit, a bad habit at that. However, when I went in for my yearly check-up, I was surprised to find that my iron levels were very low and craving ice was a symptom of anemia.
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