By Teri Cayton
The Parsons Advocate
Guess who is back in the news? “Destructo Gracie” is at it again. I have one less throw pillow on my couch. It looked like a snow storm hit my living room with stuffing everywhere and I had to have the repairman from Dish come and put new wires on my satellite. I came home from work and got everything done around the house so I could watch my shows and guess what, no service.
I did all the standard stuff like unplugging the unit and resetting everything with no success. I don’t know what prompted me to go look outside at the dish. There were wires everywhere, some parts missing so I don’t know if she swallowed anything or not. That cost over $100 for the repairman to come and rewire the satellite.
I hope my readers don’t think I am making all this stuff up because I am living each disaster. Honestly I don’t think I could make up this much stuff up if I tried. Momma Said, “My new motto is Livin’ the Dream just think positive thoughts.” I don’t know what else to do so it is just a surprise every day I come home from work, what has she done today.
I was going to talk about how the trees are turning already and it is just a shame that everything in the area is canceled. This will be the most color we have had in a few years for the Forest Festival and now hundreds of people are going to miss out. Also the annual Leaf Peepers is canceled and that would bring a lot of much needed revenue to the area. It is going to be spectacular.
Slow Cooker Apple Crumble
- 1 box yellow cake mix
- 2 cans apple pie filling
- 1 stick (1/2 cup, 113g) butter, melted
Pour apple pie filling, cake mix, and melted butter into your slow cooker. No need to mix! Your slow cooker will do the rest.
Turn the slow cooker on high. Let cook for four hours with lid.
Your Apple Crumble should be done. Serve alongside some vanilla ice cream for a great tasting dessert. Enjoy!