Here are a few of the most liked puppies on Facebook. I hope they put a smile on your face like they did mine. 🙂
My favourite? I like “Well the cat gets to poop in the house”…. lol
What’s your favourite?
Will It Blend? is a viral marketing campaign consisting of a series of infomercials demonstrating the Blendtec line of blenders, especially the Total Blender.
I decided to share it with you, as the Face of Blendtec Tom Dickson appeared on Australian TV this morning and attempted to blend a rake with not a lot of joy. The station lost power and all blending came to an abrupt end.
So, I popped on over to the Blendtec sight to take a look at this awesome machine that can blend anything you can possibly think of….. iPhones, glow sticks, golf clubs and even golf balls. This is one amazing blender ……. I want one!! After a quick visit to the site I soon realised they are not available for sale in Australia. 😦
I can’t purchase a blender however I did find this low carb green drink to start your day……. Enjoy!!
You can find the recipe over at the Blendtec website!
In March this year I had my left breast removed including all the lymph nodes removed under my left arm. I’m totally clear of all tumors now, however since having such a life threatening scare it tends to make you more conscious of what you are putting into your mouth on a daily basis.
So, these days I’d like to keep it as natural as possible. I’ve always been quite healthy and conscious of what I each and lately I’m attempting to keep it as natural as possible. Fresh is best as they say and my mum recently reminded me of the homemade peanut butter she made when I was a young girl.
I have to be honest I can’t remember it so I’ve found a recipe to test out on my boys. We all love peanut butter to the extent that sometimes we even just have a spoonful.
It’s easy to make your own homemade peanut butter if you have a food processor
or heavy-duty blender
. The flavor of the peanuts really shines through when you make it yourself.
Total Time: 5 minutes
- 1 cup roasted, unsalted, shelled peanuts
- 1-1/2 to 3 tablespoons peanut or safflower oil
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Sugar to taste, optional
Blend in food processor or blender adding just enough oil to make it smooth. You can use salted peanuts and omit the salt, or omit the salt entirely with unsalted peanuts. Add sugar to taste, if desired.
If you want chunky peanut butter, add chopped peanuts after you have made the smooth version.
Store peanut butter in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Use within two weeks.
Yield: about 1-1/2 cups
Peanut butter isn’t that great for the waistline, but as I’m keeping it natural these days….. and of course, everything in moderation.
Crunchy would have to be my favourite…… how about you…….. crunchy or smooth?
Dancing and Music ……. IT’S UNIVERSAL!!
What do all these people have in common? Dancing!!
We all experience periods of happiness at some time or another and one method of displaying happiness is dancing. Happiness and dancing transcend political boundaries and occur in practically every human society. Matt Harding traveled through many nations on Earth, and filmed the result. His video is the latest in a series of similar videos, is perhaps a dramatic example that people from all over our great planet feel a common bond as neighbors.
Why can’t we all just
get along DANCE???
Happiness is frequently contagious — few people are able to watch Matt’s video without smiling. Enjoy!
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