Words of late artist Frank Howell...I totally relate!

"There are few days off and no retirement from this entanglement of knowledge, passion and vision that will be molded and converted into creative expression. There are no guarantees of acceptance, understanding or reward, but...the noise inside the mind never ceases. I will paint today, tonight and for as many tomorrows as I am given..." Words of the late artist Frank Howell...

Monday, September 1, 2014

Labor Day 2014- Addictive Frozen Goodness

Happy Labor Day everyone!  I hope you've enjoyed your weekend.  

I realized earlier today that I had let the entire summer pass by without even once making homemade ice cream...I decided to fix that!  I called hubby, who just happened to be in town, and asked him to bring home a bag of ice.  So, on this Labor Day 2014, we had our only ice cream of the season, and it was a wonderfully refreshing treat on a hot and humid holiday!  


Doesn't it look delicious?


We've been making this highly addictive frozen goodness for years.  It is a mix of Orange Crush drinks (8-12 oz. cans or 96 oz.), a small can of crushed pineapple (drained), chopped maraschino cherries and sweetened condensed milk. Being the very fruity and creamy concoction that it is, I'm not really sure if it should be classified as "ice cream" or "sherbet"...

I went to the dictionary- and, I'm still not sure!  What would you call it?

I'm just going to call it good!  My niece and nephew agree. 

See you in a couple of days, and until then, have a GREAT week!


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