This is amish peanut butter. If you’ve never had amish peanut butter it’s homemade peanut butter mixed with marshmallow cream. It’s fantastic. This was made and given to me, along with some other amazing treats from a coworker of Brian’s. This woman is pretty great; she homeschool’s her kids, works two very demanding jobs and somehow makes time to put together gift baskets of wonderful homemade treats.
Do you know what I am capable of? Eating the peanut butter by dipping saltine crackers straight into the jar. And no I didn’t use a plate; just stood there eating it right at the counter filled with dirty dishes. I know it’s healthier to eat at the table with silverware but I cut SuperH’s pajama top too short, and my hair was falling down in a crazy way and I had not had nearly enough caffeine.
Another friend was telling me how she ate russian tea cakes for breakfast (that’s a little cookie covered in powdered sugar). I was instantly jealous as my mom used to make those at Christmas and I haven’t had any in years. What does it say about my state of mind that I’m eating straight from a jar, while in a sewing trance, and am jealous of eating something healthy like cookies for breakfast?
Cest’ la vi. Where do you fall on the spectrum of Christmas habits? On a scale from I-haven’t-brushed-my-hair-in-days to I’m-completely-ready-and-everything’s-wrapped (if that’s you I sort of hate you, not really but kind of).