I Love Thursday #17 January Wrap-Up

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  1. You were just full of news in this post. So sorry about your feet. I hope the torture does some good and brings the pain to an end. I’m sorry to hear about your nephew. So disheartening! I hope he lands on his feet with an even better job. We are big fans of guacamole at this house. Thankfully we don’t have to deal with a texture issue. You certainly did save the best to last. The smile on that little boys face is so warming! Thank you for the mention. ♥️💃

  2. Hi Roseanne, my hubby is a germaphobe. I wash my hands a lot too and I don’t like to go where I know someone is sick.
    Supporting sports teams is good fun…we support our Ottawa Senators…hockey, even though they aren’t that great but you’ve got to rah for the home team.
    My exercises for my fingers are really working so I believe in your therapies. Anything to avoid drugs.
    I love avocado and your guacamole looks so good and healthy too.
    That boy is growing so fast! He would definitely get my vote for cutest baby!

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Jocelyn,
      Well, aren’t you sweet for saying you would give him your vote for the cutest baby. I know I’m biased – AND there are some really cute babies posted there. I doubt he’ll win but it is fun to think about. ~smile~ Roseanne

  3. Your little Dominic is getting cuter and cuter, what a fun photo of him! The guac looks delicious – is there a recipe you used? Hope you had a good experience at your foot therapy and it solves the pain problem. I know that is not fun! ;(

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Diann,
      Doesn’t D just look so much older there?! Mr. Little Man. No real recipe for the guac – 2 Roma tomatoes diced, 1/2 sweet white onion diced, 1 jalapeño seeds removed and finely diced, 1 avocado, and 1/2 fresh lime juice. I would have added cilantro and pomegranate seeds if I had them on hand. Add more tomatoes if you like more – just eyeball it. The lime juice keeps it from turning brown so get that on as soon as you dice the avocado. ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. Colette says:

    I don’t blame you. I am not a germ a phobe….but my mom laughs at me. I refuse to participate in potlucks. Glad therapy is working…big smile…you know they are all truly Sadist masquerading as therapists. I am right there with you on guacamole. Until I made my own. Do you put a jalepeno and red onion in it?

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Colette,
      Yes indeed about the sadist therapists! Do you make your guac chunky? I do put a jalapeño and sweet onion in it – red onion would be great but I didn’t have it on hand. ~smile~ Roseanne

  5. paintedthread says:

    Mmm… guacamole. Always lovely stuff. I hope the physical therapy does the trick (and yay for insurance coverage).

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi,
      Did I make you hungry for guac?! Just thinking about how good it was makes my stomach growl again. ~smile~ Roseanne

  6. Kathryn says:

    Hope the foot therapy has started off well. If they can do something will be great.

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Kathryn,
      Thanks so much! The pain isn’t gone yet but at least there is a plan now. Be gone I say! ~smile~ Roseanne

  7. lapaylor says:

    I’m right there with you on the germ thing. It is a pet peeve to have sick people come to a meeting! Guacamole. I grew up in Tampa with avocado trees in the yard and I’m partial to them. One day I just mushed up a ripe one with salsa, lemon juice and garlic and it was the best thing I ever had. So easy, we smeared it on sandwiches and finished up by scooping it into our mouths!

  8. Shannon C says:

    So glad the therapy is helping your feet!! It’s always nice to have improvement. And I too was rooting for the vikings, but alas…. I like your rough chopped Guac, I like all guac, but I like it better with more stuff in it, and I usually make it more like salsa with some avocados in it….

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Shannon,
      Yup, I started chopping three tomatoes. By the end of the second one I thought, hmm, this is going to be too tomato-e. The avocado was just on the verge of being too squishy but I ignored that. It was fab and a nice treat for mid-winter. ~smile~ Roseanne

  9. These posts are so much fun to read. Although I’m sorry to say that I think I’m coming down with a cold, so I won’t be coming to visit. 🙂 Glad you are finding some relief for your feet; chronic pain is not fun. The Vikes? Well, I’m a Minnesotan but not a football fan. Needless to say, the Vikes have a long history of “always a bridesmaid . . .” so no surprise that they lost. Now I want guac for lunch, but I have no avocados, and your grandson is the cutest little guy ever. Hope your nephew finds a job soon!

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Wendy,
      They are fun to write, too! It’s one of those things that when I say to myself I love this – then I have to try to remember to write about it and take a photo. Obviously the photos are a high priority. HAHA! I didn’t recall that about the Vikes but it seems very fitting. Yum to guac – pick some up at the grocery store soon! You won’t be sorry. ~smile~ Roseanne

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