Thursday, 22 January 2009

Recipe













I'm sure you all know this recipe. The secret to mine, however, is that when you add the child and hood make sure that she has the ability to scare the wolf more than he scares her. Then, but only then, stir together slowly.

16 comments:

Shelly said...

That is exactly why I have tried to mirror your parenting skills.

xoxo

pRiyA said...

i wasn't aware of this recipe renee, and i like the addition of your secret ingredient to make it even better.
btw, i am really enjoying your writing...your blog.

La Donna Welter said...

Thank you for your "Get Well Wishes"! I am feeling so much better! : )

jacquie said...

love the reciepe ... as usual your secret ingredient is intriqueing.

glorv1 said...

Renee, I love that. It is a perfect recipe. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Great recipe! Hadn't seen it before.As usual, you give me food for thought.
Blessings, Barb

lakeviewer said...

I'm new to your blog, via Lizzy Frizzfrock. You have a great sense of humor and strands of creative mania. Your Little Red recipe was precious!

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Sarah said...

Renee - love this! Found you through someone else - love your blog!! Lovely writing!

Sarah said...

Renee - I wanted to thank you for your blog!!! I have gone back and read a large portion of your threads (should have been doing taxes - lol). You made me laugh and cry! Your honesty is refreshing and touching!! Huge hugs and thank you! I hope you don't mind if I pass your spot long!

Sarah said...

Your very welcome!!! I adore the picture on yours too!!!

Latharia said...

*grin* I like it!

Melissa said...

Renee,
I found your blog through Sarah.
I really am moved by your writing voice and your honesty.
Keep it up!
~Melissa

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Drag it Girl and if you have a couple of dollars I'll have my Hot Chocolate with whipped cream! he he he he. You made my day!!

YayaOrchid said...

Renee, lovely recipe! Where do you find all your colorful pics?
I can almost bet you have twinkling as in Irish blue eyes and a mischievous smile.

YayaOrchid said...

True, same part of the world; therefore, I'd say the same wit and humor runs through both clans. Same crowd, just different tepees, LOL! For a long time now, I've just been fascinated by the English, as well as the Welsh and Irish. Love the literature, customs, dances, (what little I know of) and even some of the foods. I can even do a pretty mean English and Irish accent. So imho you come from some very good stock (Not that we don't all, after all we're all human). It's just that it's the particularities which draw me to *stare* at people. I'm a people watcher, doncha know! And we ALL have a story to tell!

merci33 said...

you are a stitch.
yum yum.