My Shop!

Monday, September 1, 2014

White Chocolate Strawberry No Bake Pie And Giveaway #ad #TruMoo

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruMoo for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
When we took my youngest sons bottle away years ago, he stopped drinking milk. It was as if he didn't like the taste anymore. Subsequently he drinks to much apple juice, so I water it down. I worry that he isn't getting enough calcium. Recently I discovered TruMoo. There are several reasons to give TruMoo a try, and here are a few. TruMoo starts with pure fresh low fat milk from your trusted dairy, contains no artificial growth hormones, no HFCS, and has the delicious taste kids love. Offered in great flavors like vanilla (used in my pie), chocolate, and strawberry.  I was amazed by how much protein is in one serving, compared to other milks. It's sweet, without being loaded with sugar, and contains no high fructose corn syrup. Find TruMoo on Facebook and visit TruMoo for more information. I am glad I discovered TruMoo.  Not only dose my youngest enjoy the taste, but I enjoy cooking with it. 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Teri's Orange Cream Tart

I am excited to be here visiting Mindie and everyone at Bacon Time with The Hungry Hypo today. I have one last summer recipe to share with you today. Lately, I have noticed that the days are getting just a little bit shorter, so I guess it is inevitable that summer will be ending soon. I just wanted to drag it out a little bit with this dessert, an Orange Cream Tart. This tart says "summertime" to me!


Orange Cream Tart
(makes 3 mini tarts) 

Friday, August 29, 2014

Anything Goes Linky #169, Treatment Update, And Features

Grab code from right side bar please.

Welcome to the party! I am so glad you are here. It's been a long week. I accepted a two week substitute teaching position for 4th grade. This being the first week of school, there was a lot of energy in the classroom. Next week should be a little easier. It's been so many years since I taught full time, I forgot how exhausting it can be.  I am happy to be back to work though, it makes me feel like my life is  finally returning to normal, since the breast cancer diagnosis.   

If you would like a quick update on my treatment, and test results, keep reading, if not, go ahead and skip to our great features, and linky party.  This week I received my lab results back. As I mentioned last week, they found abnormal cells in my blood work, earlier in the month. After testing my vitamin levels, and thyroid, they can't find any explanation for the abnormal cells. At this time they are writing it off as a "flook".  I was not aware doctors used terminology like "flook" to explain medical conditions. I can't say I am feeling completely relaxed by the explanation. They did say they would retest my blood when I come back in, to see if there has been any changes. I guess if they are not worried, I will try not to worry.   I do have some good news, I am being put on a new medication to take along side the Tamoxifen. The new prescription should help counteract the nasty side effects of the Tamoxifen. They said to give the new medicine a try for one month. If I don't feel better, and the reoccurring infection I am getting doesn't go away, they will most likely take me off of the Tamoxifen, and try a different treatment plan.  
Thank you all for your continued support, and words of encouragement. I feel like I have a huge extended family of support, and well, I guess I do :)

Now here's what you may have missed this week at Bacon Time:




Now for some awesome features from last weeks linky party:




Now it's time to party!