This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. My family eats much healthier than this nowadays, but I include this post for memories and history. I hope you enjoy the content!

Well, you can certainly tell when the Drinkwater Kitchen has too much on its plate [no pun intended], can’t you?!  Sparing you details, we’ve had quite the last month of surprises, sadness, more surprises, and a little bit of fun too.

We were in Idaho for 2 weeks for Thanksgiving slash a funeral slash my job slash Husband’s job.  That combined with a key employee quitting (and me therefore taking over all her duties until we can find a replacement) PLUS a strange medical issue PLUS having to speak to 100+ ladies last week when normally I’m terrified of public speaking PLUS adding a member to our household all caused little sleep and zilch blog writing.
Enough complaining for now?  I think so.  I’m just fine.  Exhausted but fine.  The hubby is traveling again but I have a new companion!  We were going to wait a couple months till we moved back into our house, but the local humane society was inundated with ~60 small dogs from a breeder who could no longer care for them.  We took advantage of the opportunity for a good dog and welcomed little Chicha into our home.  Here is the only good picture I have of her so far:
The story even made the news and, after successfully avoiding the 2 stations that were there with cameras, I was eventually pinned in and interviewed by one of them.  Mike caught a screenshot of me.  Makes me laugh.
But anyway, back to FOOD.  That’s why we’re here, isn’t it?  Thanks for so patiently waiting for my next post.  I am planning on quite a few coming up, what with all the holiday baking I have done none of so far!  I must catch up!  (Not only with cooking but I’ve missed so many posts from all my favorite bloggers…must read those!)
I have a couple restaurant reviews from our Idaho travels that I’ll post here shortly, along with a couple other items I made while there.  And then here I come, Christmas!

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