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Baaaaaa – but the Naners were Good June 27, 2010

Had a most enjoyable evening at my friend Kurt’s 50th. Drank beer (which I haven’t done much of lately), ate cupcakes, had jello shots, and taste tested Curry Crusted Bananas on the party goers. Ended up having a strange dream that involved hearing a baby crying in the other room and it turned out to be a goat. It culminated with a friend telling me he had put the goat in the house as a joke. Here is the “official” dream internet description. But aren’t goats considered kids? So the baby crying would be a kid right?

I’m thinking alcohol and cupcakes just don’t mix. baaaaaaa


To see a goat in your dream, represents your lack of judgment and your gullibility.  Also consider the associations with the goat as in “scapegoat” or “getting someone’s goat”. Do you feel that you have been blamed for someone else’s deed?

Curry Crusted Bananas – by Paula Deen


  • 4 firm bananas, peeled
  • 6 tablespoons melted butter
  • 1 teaspoon curry powder
  • 2 cups crushed cornflakes
  • Sugar, for sprinkling, optional


Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.

Halve the bananas lengthwise, then crosswise. In a bowl, mix the butter and curry powder. Dip the bananas in the butter, coat well. Roll the bananas in the cornflakes until completely coated. Sprinkle with sugar, if desired. Place the bananas in a greased baking dish and bake for 10 minutes.

Laugh, learn and liven up your taste buds!




Thorny boobs June 25, 2010

Filed under: Breakfast grumblings — celebrationgoddess @ 10:34 pm

I knew that would get your attention! It sure got mine!!!

I had to make some lunch today and having some spinach in the fridge, decided to put some raspberries on the salad. So I decided who’s looking? I’m just going out there in my bathrobe. What I didn’t bargain for was raspberry thorns jabbing my girls.

So let me give you some advice. Raspberries are good but wear a Madonna bra before attempting.

Was the salad good? Worth it? YUP Had any danger gathering your produce? I’d love to hear about it!

Laugh, learn and liven up your taste buds.




Old Midsummer’s Day June 24

Filed under: happy thoughts — celebrationgoddess @ 2:34 am

In the British Isles, this day was celebrated as Midsummer’s Day. Not to be confused with the astrological date of the Summer Solstice, this day also has quite a bit of legend and lore surrounding it. This is a classic time to work with the faeries. Here is a spell designed to both celebrate and work with the faeries in your garden. Before you begin, take a moment to plant some pretty flowers in the garden, just for the faeries. (Keep in mind that fragrant blossoms are well loved by the Fey.) Then leave a small tumbled stone for them as a sign of your intentions. Now repeat the spell.

June twenty-fourth is the old Midsummer’s Day,
Faeries gather around and hear me, I pray.
Bless my life and garden with your loving energy,
No tricks, just joy, and a friendship between you and me.

How cute!

Laugh, learn and liven up your taste buds.