...if I don't get one of these a few times a week, life just isn't worth living:
This is a fluffernutter. As discussed at this website http://www.marshmallowfluff.com/pages/fluffernutter.html, a fluffernutter might be described as "a wonderful concoction of Marshmallow Fluff and peanut butter in a delightfully tasty sandwich". Can I get an amen?
Yeah, I know we don't live in New England and don't have access to the original Marshmallow Fluff brand, but Marshmallow Creme has proved to be a sufficient substitute. Walmart's brand is aight with enough fluff, but is lacking a bit in the marshmallow-y explosive flavor of its competition.
Quick Updates (for all the faraway folks we never see):
Jayson is working hard as the real estate guru for a residential mortgage/REO bulk home buyer/hard money loan company. He works with young guys and they have a dang good time "working". He also has learned how to be the world's greatest husband/dad. He'll offer to take the little man out for a while just so mom can have a moment of peace and still doesn't chastise me for letting our home get super messy! What a stud!Jack doesn't speak English yet, but I'm not worried. He just wants us all to learn Jackanese. Why shouldn't we all completely alter our entire lives, including our primary language spoken in our home, for him? It only makes sense... The countdown is on: one month until he's in nursery (look out, Cara)!
Carrie was talked into training for a 10k while training to be the world's greatest ultimate fighter. It is awesome. I have a serious love/hate relationship with working out. School's done in 2 months. I found out that there are approximately ZERO awesome part time jobs available but about a BILLION pretty good full time jobs available. The picture above was from a trail Jayson and I took a while back. We're risking our lives to train, next time I think I'm going to bring my lucky machete.