So anyone raised in Albuquerque already knows exactly what I'm talking about. Anyone who has moved away can commiserate with just how much I miss Dion's. So the other day I open my email and I find THIS:
A RECIPE FOR DION'S GREEK DRESSING?!? Fuck. Yes.
Seriously though. If you've never had it; make it. Right. NOW. You're welcome. If you still live in NM. Well you're still welcome. Make that shit at home and save yourself some money. Personally I'm a turkey and swiss kind of girl. So I put that shiz on a turkey sub with fresh veggies and my mouth had an orgasm (my husband was pretty excited too).
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Thursday, June 27, 2013
So I spent the better part of yesterday afternoon cutting out cloth wet wipes, and most of this morning sewing them.
|Look at those pretty wipes all ready to be sewn!|
At the time I was part of a local group of cloth diapering mamas, and we got together to discuss all things cloth diaper (geeky right??) I know, I know, but really it was the best information exchange a noob like me could have asked for. One of the awesome ladies from the group asked me why I didn't just use cloth wipes (DUH!/lightbulb/forehead slap)? Well obviously. And being the
|Old wipes. You know you think the leopard print is fly.|
They are super easy to make. You just cut out rectangles (or squares, or trapezoids, I don't care, whatever floats your boat), in my case I used a plastic storage container from Target as a template, and sewed two pieces together, zig-zagging around the edges. Easy peasy.
|Had to take a feed the baby break when I was SO close to the finish line!|
|The line up.|
|Hooray for clean butts!|