FPQ

Someone wants to know

I don’t usually agree with Fandango’s blog, but I love his Provocative question, story starters, and many other of his prompts. Thank you Fandango for the brainstormers!

Today he asks — What’s the best thing you’ve got going on in your life at the moment?

I am delighted that I have had the dreaded virus; my stay in the hospital was indeed an experience. The first question asked was, where did I get the Ivermectin without a prescription?  After my release from the hospital, I still had difficulty recovering; in desperation, I started to retake Ivermectin, although my papers from the hospital said to STOP, taking it! I only took it for three days while at home. Like a miracle, I started to feel like myself again, and now it has been over a month of feeling tip-top.

AllDayChemist, an online pharmacy without a prescription, has been a God sent to me; I am looking forward to Christmas, the birthday of Christ, with a zeal and fervor, that’s fervor, not fevers, praying never again. 

One drawback to this story is that I am starting to regain the weight I lost while being sick because I feel so good now.  

I am looking forward to baking my favorite Christmas cookies, hoping to discipline myself not to indulge too much. A recipe passed down to share below: 

Step 1:

Sift 3 cups of the flour and 1/4 cup of sugar, and 1 tsp of salt together to assure distribution of ingredients.  

Take one stick of buttered flavored  Crisco stick with four Tabl. Spoons of butter and mix with 1/2 cup of soft cream cheese. Combine with the flour and mix well together.

NEXT: Scald 1/2 cup of milk (wait till it cools a little, perhaps to 110degree), making sure it is still hotter than warm. Add two teaspoons of yeast and one teaspoon of sugar into the milk; wait a few minutes until it gets foamy, then mix with two egg yolks mix all together with flour blending together.   

Place your mixture in a warm place until it rises! 

NEXT: Roll with sugar instead of flour and cut into shapes, adding a dap of prune, berry, cherry, or whatever on top.

BAKE @ 350 till slightly browned. Enjoy and Merry Christmas to all!