A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Monday, October 5, 2009

~FAST Snack

It is my birthday Month--
and so...in the spirit of that...
and in lieu of doing a Meme--
Well...throughout the month I am going to
to share some of my peculiararites.
So this is one of my most favorite snacks;
Non-fat plain yogurt
Dill pickels
Sometimes, cherry tomatoes
I use the yogurt to DIP the peppercini's in.
Yogurt is good for you, the other 2 probably not.
The yogurt cuts the HEAT from the peppercini's.
I am weird...I know it.
I also like pickle juice????
......and YOU?
BTW....I did have my MRI...and this time it was a bit rough...
It was supposed to take less than a hour,
I was in the machine almost 2 hours.
I will get the results, prayerfully, this week.
AGAIN...and again...thank you for your prayers
and caring kind words.


Mrs. Julie Fink said...

i love to eat the turkey neck at thanksgiving! it grosses my whole family out, but i still do it anyway.

Heart2Heart said...


OK I am going to pass on this one with pickles and yogurt. Not something I would try but separately they are both great!

Here is hoping that the MRI will reveal what is still causing you so much pain.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

lori1971 said...

Too funny... I drink pickle juice. My brothers started me on it while we were all little. I still like to get a small cupful every once in a while.

Anonymous said...

I love pickles also. Must be something about Oct babes. MRI's can be stressful - I also had a hard time with the one I had done on my arm. I kept praying the whole time "peace, be still" that was all I could think of cause it was SO HARD to lay still that long when you are hurting. I hope the doctor will now have the tools needed to treat you appropriateley. I will keep lifing you up in prayer. Luv Ya, Vi

Susan said...

Not something I would enjoy . . . but to each her own! :) My son Andrew likes pickle juice and other salty things.

I pray that your MRI results will be helpful for you, so that you can recover more quickly. I got good news at the diabetes specialist today: unless problems arise, no visit to him for 1 year!

Abounding Treasures said...

A very unusual treat but glad you enjoy it :o)

Trust your MRI results help the doctors understand what can be done for your pain ...


Sharon said...

Okay, so maybe there are only a few of us who have peculiar culinary delights. When I was about 9 or 10 years old, my friend and I went in the kitchen and made up an outrageous sandwich. I still like it to this day and it's one of those things I don't make or eat in front of my husband because I can just hear his EWWWW! comments. Here is how you make the sandwich:

Two slices of white bread. On one slice you spread yellow mustard and on the other you spread peanut butter. Now, on the mustard side you put a piece of bologna and on the peanut butter side you put a big slice of cheese. Slap them together and pour yourself a big glass of cold milk. I like it! :)

~Miss Sandra~ aka Blackberry Cottage said...

Happy Birthday this month (which ever day it is!)
Big hugs and blessings to you~ xxx