Saturday, January 25, 2014

Potatoes, Pooh and Party Dresses

OK People this Post is all Proportioned to Pertain mainly to toPics that start with "P'"

"PPPPPffftthhh! For Pete's sake, why?" you all Persist.

Because it's Practically Perfect that I would try to use as many "P's" as Possible...

We'll Perceive how this goes...

Partaking of Marc's Pleasing Potatoes that he Procured in the Pioneer dutch oven along with his Plump corn bread was a Pleasant start to our Partner night last weekend. They were both so Pleasantly Perfect and so Peculiar to his Primary Projects that I just had to take a Picture!

Postliminary to dinner we Proceeded to our Proposed Place of Practical dessert oPtions...

Ice cream... Piles of ice cream! Perfect!

The next day was Sunday at my Parents' house for our bi-monthly dinner Party, and what is a dinner Party without Pooh?

Thanks, Yaya, for Participating in this blog Post today!

And what, may I imPlore, is a dinner Party without a Party dress?

Baby is Prancing in her Party dress!
(Grandma's Plethora of dress-ups is every Pretty little girls dream!)

And why would you only Portray the Party Dress at a Party when you can also Partake of it's Poofy wonderment while Plodding along on your Plucky Pony?!

Many Pleasantries were exchanged with mom and dad when they Purchased new sPrings for her Plucky Pony!
(Side story with no "P's" here: She rides this rocking horse so hard and so often that one of the
sPrings finally broke... not too bad considering that all three of my kids have ridden on this Pony—
14 years and counting and I bought it used!) 

Now this last Photo may not be Pragmatic nor Practical, but Positively one of the most Precious things I have seen Sister Perform. She Prettied uP her dolly (tiger) by dressing it in the doll clothes I have tried to get her to Put on her baby dolls for years... So excited to finally see her Put them to use.

I don't know about you, but I'm Pretty much "P'd" out!


5 remarks:

Paola said...

Would you please share the recipes? You could post them here, maybe? Pretty please? :)


We had several of those rocking horses.. little did we know it was sensory input

Rachael said...

Paola, the Dutch Oven Potatoe Recipe is:
1 pound bacon cooked in the dutch oven until crispy then add 1 large chopped onion (or 2 small) and cook with bacon in bacon grease then add about 8 or 9 medium potatoes, cover in salt and pepper (I like Johnny's Seasoning) and then stir ingredients so it is all covered in the bacon grease. Add 1/2 cup water and then bake covered at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Remove from oven and sprinkle 1 cup cheddar cheese, cover and return to oven for 10 minutes. Voila! And the corn bread was just a JIFFY box mix ;)

Rachael said...

Yes, Tammy, the rocking horse has been a sensory staple in our house too! Thank goodness for whoever invented those!

Paola said...

You are the best!Thank you for taking the time to reply. I have always wanted a good recipe for those. Thank you so much!