Sunday, October 18, 2009

AMD inside

The AMD sticker came of my laptop the other day. This is where I found it.

I don't really believe the processor speed though, unless he's "processing" chicken or beef.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Weekend observations

1. Coral doesn't actually like football. When the hubby starts watching football, she leaves the room shortly thereafter. If we call her back, she'll hang out for a few minutes, and leave again. Just not a fan. Or maybe, the hubby screams at the tv a little too much, and my incredibly noise-sensitive pup runs away from the madness.

2. Coral's left ear is a centimeter longer than her right ear. I measured. I was sitting behind her and noticed her left ear was longer. I had never noticed that before. So like any other insane individual, I measured her ears. She has a tendency to hold her ears differently (one is out more, or back more than the other), so I just didn't notice.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Is there nothing that Oreos can't improve?

These guys don't need an introduction. If the name alone doesn't make you run out to buy marshmallows, oreos, and rice crispies, then you might want to check your pulse. Nom, nom!

Cookies and Cream Rice Crispy Treats
Source: Picky Palate

4 Tablespoons Butter
4 Cups mini marshmallows
8 Cups rice crispy cereal
8 oz bag mini Oreo cookies

1/2 Cup chocolate chips, melted

1. Place butter and marshmallows into a large microwavable bowl. Microwave for a few minutes until marshmallows puff up nice and large. Remove and stir in cereal and Oreos. Pour into a large 9×13 inch baking dish. With the back of a large spoon that’s sprayed with cooking spray press and smooth treats. Drizzle melted chocolate over top and let cool. Cut into squares.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009 baby's all grow'd up and ready to go to school!

Here's Duke, ready for his first day of school.

Duke recently passed his therapy dog test, and we're signed up to volunteer at a local elementary school, where kids are encouraged to read by reading to dogs. He was great with the kids today, but we were in a busy area, so he didn't quite pay as much attention as I would have liked. But the kiddos still loved him. And after they read to the dogs, each kid got a bookmark and a sticker of the dog they read to. Each time they read to another dog, they get a new sticker to add to their bookmark.