Thursday, November 1, 2012

This Post is Mostly Gluten Free

 I would like to live in a cabin, full time. This one, at the KOA campgrounds in South Bend, had two sets of bunk beds, a small desk, and a separate room with a queen bed. It would have been perfect, if only it had a bathroom and, while we're dreaming, a kitchen.
 Laura was in charge of the web spookification (it's a word) of the cabin, because she was the tallest. And, let's face it, the bravest.

This is one of my favorite photos of Fiona and her friend:
 Carving pumpkins is fun, but the gutting of them is for the damn birds. Seriously. I would feel better about the whole thing if we actually cooked and ate the pumpkin when we were done with it. But we're not Martha Stewart, nor do we live in a commune where these things are expected. In past years, we have at least roasted the pumpkin seeds. This year we had no indoor plumbing, much less a stove, so we're absolved in full.
Wonder Woman. Classic Pumpkin. Groovy Witch. Spongebob Square Mouth.

This was taken on the actual day of Halloween. Cyd ditched the zombie costume in favor of the princess. 
I don't feel like I've truly blogged unless I've posted a photo of food. And who doesn't love potatoes. Also, they're gluten free.

I've learned that my blog gets discovered by people searching for gluten free recipes. This is the number ONE way random strangers find my blog. And I don't even know what gluten free actually means. But if you're interested, you can click here for the only genuinely gluten free recipe I've ever posted.

Other search keywords for this blog: "happy clothes" and "what goes with French onion soup". Now these make sense. 

Peace out.

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