I am cursed with having 100% gray hair - thanks to family genes. Therefore I have been blond for about 10 years (my hair is naturally VERY dark) and I have to get my hair colored every 4 weeks. Well - I stretched this time out to 8 weeks and it was getting rough. I got desperate and put some Clairol roots touch up on my hair but it had a twinge of orange. :-) (Hello BOZO the clown!)
I got to get out and get my hair done today. I've had the same hairdresser for 12 years and I love her but she's 30 minutes away so add a 2 1/2 hour appt, plus an hour drive - it just wouldn't work to be gone that long. So I went to a new place in town. And it went fine - but it's kind of sad that I took a before and after and they look almost exactly the same. Sigh.
Secretly - I was glad Scott got a little glimpse of what my afternoons are like! ha!
(I hope ya'll know that I don't care if she cries 24 hours a day - I'm so thankful to have her. There is not a MINUTE that goes by that I'm not counting my blessings)
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Cook the rice according to package directions minus 1/4 cup water. Let cool.
Bring 2 cups water and 1/2 tablespoon salt to a boil in a medium saucepan and cook the shrimp for 1 minute. Drain immediately and set aside.
Heat the butter in saucepan and saute the pepper and onion until soft, about 5 minutes.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
In a large bowl, combine the rice, soup, 1 1/2 cups of cheese, shrimp and vegetables. Add salt and pepper to taste. Mix well. Spray a 9 inch square aluminum cake pan or an 11 by 7 inch glass casserole dish with vegetable spray. Place the mixture in the pan and top with remaining 1/2 cup cheese. Bake for 30 minutes, until bubbly.
(I've been sent these lately and these families really need to be lifted up)
Rare chromosone disease -
Little baby needs a heart transplant and family can't afford it and insurance won't cover it:
Patrice lost a son at 37 weeks last year and just delivered a son today that has a rare skin disease:
Little Katie has severe brain damage from Group B strep and a number of strokes:
Owen was born with half a heart and is waiting on a transplant