Life is funny. I don't mean it in the haha way, but in the amusing way. You sit and think of things that you experienced while you were growing up and a wonderful feeling of joy passes through you. Then you think of things you did that were so embarrassing or degrading, and a feeling of sadness passes through you. It's joy and sadness. Sadness and joy. You can't change it, and you would probably do the same exact thing over again. But there are a few things you wish you could change. You know better now. You're stronger and brighter and your rules may have changed, or maybe you have rules that you didn't have earlier in life. You know now who you are and how much you will take, and how much you will give. It's a wonderful feeling when you finally find out who you are. You know yourself better. You know where you came from, you know where you've been, and for the most part you know where you're going. even if you try. It's the sadness you felt from tragedies you went through. It's the joy that you lived, loved and played. It's this feeling of contentment that you can't explain
These fritters were so delicious. I never thought of adding corned beef, but it was a quick tip on the package, plus I added onion and jalapeno, so here you have it.........enjoy!
1 package Salt Fish Fritter
1/2 can of corned beef
(Cod fish or bacon bits can be used instead of the corned beef)
1/2 small onion diced
1 jalepeno pepper seeded and diced
2 cups of water
Vegetable oil for frying
Mix all ingredients together and let batter stand for 10 minutes. Fry by tablespoons in 1/2 inch of oil until golden brown. How easy is that?????
Here's the thing. The eggs started hatching and the empty broken shells started showing up all around her. Then I could see the little duckies heads poking out from under her. She didn't move, and I didn't want to scare her so I went inside. And..... a few hours later when I went back outside to check, she was gone and all the duckies with her. Haven't seen her since. I've been looking but no sign of her.
Hopefully she and her babies will show up this weekend. They are so little that I'm sure she's taken them somewhere safe until that get a little bigger. I soooo wanted to see the little ones. Ugh!
I counted 12 eggs one time, not being able to see all of them, so not sure how many. They are pretty good sized eggs now. One day one egg was out of the nest, but she put it back in. The last week or so I have noticed that she will just stands over them for a while. Like this.....
I have really enjoyed watching and can't wait to see what's going to happen next!
Hi, my name is Joyce. I am a little bit Irish, Italian, German, and Cherokee Indian. I was born and raised in Miami, Florida, the Sunshine State. I like the smell of earth, the touch of waves, the taste of berries, the sight of trees, the sound of laughter, and the feeling of being fully alive. Thanks for stopping by.
May the warm winds of Heaven blow softly upon your house. May the Great Spirit bless all who enter there. May your mocassins make happy tracks in many snows, and may the Rainbow always touch your shoulder.