I found this recipe on Food.com and I love it I did make few little changes because I don't like my cinnamon buns too sticky but I left most of the recipe as it was. I made these when my brother was visiting, what a great breakfast. For recipe visit Meals for Two
This a recipe that was passed down to me from my mother-in-law and to her from her mother and t her from her mother. It is easy to make and absolutely delish. My son can not eat enough of it and Mr. Right enjoys them too. So I thought that I would share it will you all - recipe in Meals for Two
Once a month I crave it more than my next breath. Once a month I seem unable to say “one or two pieces are enough you really don’t need to stuff your face with it until you feel sick”. Once a month I feel like if I don’t get it I may tear someone apart. Chocolate - yup that simple chocolate.
Continued In the life of the Whirly Wife
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Last November I had an idea to collect some data from pilot wives and girlfriends to see how the lifestyle affects us and our children. How we cope with the changes in having a spouse at home for a while and then being a single parent and on your own. The surveys have been trickling in at a slow pace but I only have 18 towards my original goal of 100. So I thought I would put out a teaser and show you some of the results and how they will be presented in the final survey report.I selected the categories of sleep and resentfulness because they have come up recently on some of the pilot wife forums. Once you review the survey you will see that the questions are all encompassing, from personality types, communication styles children and so forth. Keep in mind that this is just a little tease and the survey has some wisdoms that are short answers and I need to compile them in order to share them. Think about the wealth of knowledge that we would all be able to draw from if I was able to collect 100. If you would like to participate in the effort and have not yet filled a survey out please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or pull the survey of the blog by clicking here.