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empty-pocket ways to a full heart [Jul. 31st, 2008|01:07 am]
[mood |mmmgonna.miss.this.]
[music |alison krauss sweet voice wraps around me like sweetpea tendrils in moonlight]

starry nights seen from way up high, above the fake lights

long lake-side bike rides

lovely ladies to hug on muggy days

little kiddies to lug around in bye-bye-buggies

free cheese curds

new song words

adventurous exploration

surprising transformation

comforting and challenging conversation

plenty of drama, emotion, and healthy confrontation

some overwhelming fears and tears

old people's stories, faded glories

sweet emails, walking trails

climbing towers, smelling flowers



...i'm gonna miss this summer. i'm already missing her...and him...and hiM...and hEr...and heR...

singing-clapping-swaying "Savior, you can move the mountains, you are mighty to save, mighty to save"...even me.

so...i lift my eyes to the hills that have to be climbed, and to the intangible but infinitely real face of the one who helps me, who never tires of being close to me, who always renews my hope that the next breath is worth taking and that i am worth taking it...

and gently breathe in a peace-full heart

and generously believe...you are a priceless work of art


From: (Anonymous)
2008-08-01 04:18 am (UTC)

You mentioned cheese curds.

If they came from the "Cheese Curd Capital of Wisconsin" at Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery - then you had the BEST! The Governor of Wisconsin gave them that title! They are so squeaky good and are made from rBST free milk!

Look at their web site about all the ways to enjoy cheese curds! And don't forget to microwave for 15 seconds to restore the squeaky freshness - plus the flavors burst when they are warm! YUM!

Their premium 100% All Natural Cheddar Cheese Curds are the color of fresh milk: White.
Question: “Did you ever drink a glass of orange milk?”
Look for the white cheddar morsels!

They sold 104,000 pounds of cheese curds to the Minnesota State Fair last year and sell to state and county fairs nationwide. If you are at Miller Park in Milwaukee for a Brewers Home Game – you have to try the fried cheese curds! Or at an A&W Restaurant! They even have a very simple four-ingredient recipe on the back of their FRESH cheese curd packages for battering cheese curds. Bringing the State Fair right into your home! They have more recipes on their web site if you are unable to get Ellsworth Cheese Curds in your grocery stores (Deli), or convenience stores.

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