Friday, February 22, 2008

What kind of shoe am I

Got this from Notes from the Laundry Pile again!

And I agree with her, I wanted the well-covetted barefoot. I am a barefoot fiend, as well.




You Are Cowboy Boots



This doesn't mean you're country, just funky.

You've got a ton of attitude and confidence.



You're unique, expressive, and even a little bit wacky.

You wear whatever you feel like รข€“ and you have your own sense of style.



You are straight shooting and honest. You tell people how it is.

Low maintenance and free wheeling, you're always up for an adventure.



You should live: Where you can at least get to wide open spaces



You should work: In a job that allows you to take change



5 comments:

Penless Thoughts said...

You Are Flip Flops

You are laid back and very friendly.
Cheery and sunny in disposition, you usually have something to smile about.

Style is important to you, as long as you can stay casual.
It takes a lot to get you to dress up!

You are a loyal and true person, though you can be a bit of a flake.
You tend to "play hooky" and blow off responsibilities a lot more than most people.

You should live: By the beach

You should work: At a casual up and coming company

This is funny. I hardly ever wear flip-flops and I don't care for the beach at all!!
Susan

Nancy said...
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Nancy said...

Kahri..I forgot one of the ingredients that I add to the flax meal bread so I had to delete the post and start over.Here is what I wrote plus I added water to the recipe which I had forgotten in the previous post.

Kahri,thank you for your interest in the flaxmeal bread that I make for my breakfast.It is a single serving recipe.My 3 year old granddaughter even likes it!
I use Bob's Red Mill Flaxseed Meal
The container I use for cooking it in the microwave oven is one of those small disposable containers that you use for leftover.

Here is the recipe:
1/4 cup flaxseed meal
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon of Splenda
1 dash of cinnamon
I mix the dry ingredients together in the container then mix in one egg and 1/2 teaspoon of water.Mix well with a fork.
I then cover it with a lid and cook it in the microwave oven for 1.35 minutes

It flips right out of the container.I eat it with a little butter on it.If it seems too dry to your taste you can add a little more water.The original recipe didn't call for water and I found it a little too dry for my liking so I add the water.

It is full of fiber and a nutritious start to your day.

Let me know if you try it and how you like it.If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me.I got the recipe a few years ago from a low carb forum when I was eating low carb.

My e-mail is:
keliegh@citlink.net

Nancy

Anonymous said...

Kahri, go check out my blog....I got the coveted "bare feet". :-)

Anonymous said...

Oops, I forgot to leave my name....this is Kim B. ;-)