Read about our cooking group’s July event: Easy, breezy, beautiful summer fare with Damian and Joyce. Click through to our KTC blog!
July 17, 2011
This find seemed quite timely, and really funny to boot!
May 11, 2011
Saw this on someone’s FB page today, and it sounds like an excellent plan to me! The guys never cry about this stuff, do they?
“VERANO. Expirado el plazo de la “operación bikini” arrancamos con la “operación burkini”, mucho más asequible.”
May 1, 2011
Remember those Jello commercials from way back in the day, with that memorable little song: “Watch it wiggle, see it jiggle, cool and fruity, Jello brand gelatin…?”
Today is Seattle’s second spring-like sunny day this year. As such, it required poking around to see what less-than-winter-weight clothing choices I could find in my closet. I doggedly tried on dozens of items which had been in our “summer closet” for the last 18 months or so. Afterwards, suffice it to say that my thoughts were filled with Jello.
My outlook brightened considerably, however, when I ran across this video of Jello cubes bouncing in slow motion (Thanks, @Foodista!). After all, if my jiggly belly could somehow manage to look half as graceful and mesmerizing as it bounces around as these shimmering Jello cubes do, I have no reason to view it with such disappointment, do I? I wonder if painting it a rich shade of burgundy would help…
April 21, 2011
“Bueno, no. Vamos.” I loved this! And I think the kid really thinks he won!
April 3, 2011
Have YOU ever seen a llama kiss a llama on the llama?
Please don’t curse me when you can’t get this song out of your head, and please don’t throw yourself off the balcony when the bizarre imagery from the video invades your sweet slumber.
Be forewarned: I can’t seem to make the video stop once it starts. Enjoy!Vodpod videos no longer available.
April 1, 2011
I cracked up when I saw the plaintive look on the face of this cute little salchicha. And watch for that hopeful wagging tail!
Poor Poncho managed to get stuck in the arm of a sweatshirt with his little head poking out of the sleeve. He is so patient as he waits for his owners to come to the rescue, although they weren’t able to do much to shield him from the withering judgment of the family cat. ¡Pobrecito!