No, not THAT itch.
The itch to get tattooed. I know it is probably just because I can't, but it is always magnified when I am in the "family way". Cory and I get tattooed (not nearly as much as we would like) every couple of months or so, so being pregnant puts a damper in the sitch.
I told Cory that he can tattoo me as soon as I push out this fruit of his loins, so I have been thinking about what to get.
Trashy rose that says I Love Cory?
Oh oh oh I know- a yin/yang sign!
Or how about a word that is spelled wring in Chinese?
I know what I want to get, I want to fill in the space on my forearm that I have been saving.
With my peacock. There are only a few things that I collect- vintage eyeglasses, anything Miss Kitty, and Peacocks.
What do ya think? Peacock it is? Help me, to help you, to help me decorate my body.
Talk amongst yourselves.
But while you do- make yourselves these cookies. They are fab!
(shown here is the buttascotch, yo! version)
I got the recipe years ago out of a cookbook that I (snagged from my dad who originally) bought at a boat store. Random. It is called 6 ingredients or less, which is perfect if you ask me.
It is an odd recipe because there is no flour, but if you FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS they come out every time.
Peanut Butter Cookies-
1 cup peanut butter, smooth or crunchy
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
(You don't actually NEED the walnuts or chocolate chips, but you NEEEEEEED them)
Combine ingredients and mix well. Drop by teaspoon onto ungreased baking sheet. Bake at 350 for 8 minutes or until batter starts to firm up and lightly brown. Makes about 2 1/2 dozen (they lie)
I usually cook mine for a little longer, closer to about 12 minutes. You have to let them firm up and cool, otherwise you will just be eating hot peanut butter. Which is pretty good too.
I like them because they are super easy, and every pantry has these things. No store! SCORE!
So, now that you are done- peacock?