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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

“Just Roll with It” Serving up Recipes and Humor

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Hello everyone! We had such a beautiful week. The mornings reminded me of fall. Summer is back today.

I didn’t do my article last week due to the death of my oldest brother, Jerry Wagoner. It’s been hard, he had lung cancer. I am just thankful he did not suffer and had his sweet wife Rhonda with him. I remember when we found out he got shot in Vietnam. I remember my momma and granny started praying. I remember when he gave me my first record album, it was the Four Seasons. He gave it to me because it had the song Sherry on it. I listened to it over and over. Lots of good memories.

Just a little tidbit after writing my article about Tonya Wagoner, I was at their house and she was going to cook supper. I’m not lying she opens the freezer and gets out a box of corndogs and shakes it and asks “does anyone want a corndog?” Boy did I give her a hard time. I told her just more communication for my article. I have a real good story on Judge Wagoner but I have to get permission first. It’s a good one.

I guess this week I will tell on myself. I was at the doctor’s office and walked across the floor and a dryer sheet fell out of my skirt and was in the floor. I just kept on going, how embarrassing. I was at a funeral today and I felt something in my shirt, and low and behold it was a dryer sheet. What is the deal with me and dryer sheets? They stick to my clothes badly. I guess if I would wear my clothes wrong side out like I have in the past I would be able to see them.

I was at Walmart one day and this man kept staring at me. In my mind I’m saying “take a picture it will last longer.” He just kept staring. Well, I finally figured out I had my shirt on wrong side out and I guess he was looking at the big old 2XL that was on my back. He was probably thinking wide load. I have plenty more I could tell but will save for later.

This week’s recipe is good for hot temps, Oreo Pie!
OREO PIE
1 premade Oreo pie crust
1 8 oz. of cream cheese
3/4 cup powdered sugar
2 cups Cool Whip
10 Oreo cookies
Crush the Oreo cookies in a Ziplock bag with a rolling pin or however you want to do it. In a large bowl, beat the softened cream cheese and powdered sugar until soft. Fold in the whipped topping and crushed Oreos. Put the mixture in the Oreo crust and chill for an hour before serving. You can also use a graham cracker crust and use lemon Oreos. Use a chocolate crust and use mint Oreos. You can change it up however you want to. Enjoy!

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Tammy Teague
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