Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Comfort Food?


 If you break your leg your definition of comfort food might just turn out to be Rice Krispie squares. The younger sisters went to the store to purchase all the essentials -- like marshmallows and sprinkles.
 

We are taking turns staying at Liz's house so we can take care of her. She only lives a mile from our place so it is not hard for us to go back and forth from our home to hers. She is on at least 2 weeks of bed rest because of the concussion and the broken leg. We are trying to make her meals she might enjoy and for the most part I am aiming at nutritious food with lots of fruit, veggies and extra calcium. 
She has a great kitchen to cook in so that makes it easier.

 





Pictures taken with my iPhone.

3 comments:

Jillian said...

Hi,

I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could email me?

Jillian

Glynis Jolly said...

I have a suggestion to give you for Liz --

When I broke my knee cap last fall, I learned a few things that help with comfort. (The Rice Krispies snacks is a good one.) For a while, she will probably feel physically more comfortable on her bed. However, it shouldn't be IN bed. Have blankets and pillows for her to use with the bed made. You know, pull up the sheets and blanket and put the comforter or bedspread on the bed. It really does help the mood of the person. Also, I think it feels great to pull back the covers of a made bed to get in and go to sleep at night.

Just a suggestion. ;P

Humpty Dumpty said...

Rice Krispies squares are definitely comfort food! That was so sweet of the girls to make them for her. :)

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