It has a great air conditioner…
I am a Southern Girl and
I do no like to “glisten” at all….
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AND MOST IMPORTANTLY TO ME….
to really have you understand my intolerance
to the Florida heat…
and sit in the chair…
back to the truck…
so that I’m not whiny and seeing my breath
on my way to work…
also bring out my whinyness… I think I have a “Goldilocks complex”–
everything has to be “just right”…
and people put up with me…
It has a back seat to accommodate my grand babies…
It has a back window that goes up and down electronically that the grand babies love to climb through into the bed of the truck to play…
And Ford…bless their hearts, installed a great “purse hanger” on the side for me…:)
Well, this is what I use it for,
and it has come in handy many, many times!
when I was moving stuff the other day…
I was so glad he found a use for those purse hangers too…
he just sighs when I hang my purse and grocery sacks there…
not sure why… 🙂
Sharing with you today my Sweet Potato Biscuit creation…
Lisa’s Sweet Potato Biscuits
1 pkg frozen biscuits
1 can Bruce’s Baked Sweet Poatoes
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 TBSP brown sugar
1/2 stick butter
1/2 cup chopped pecans
On wax paper, lay 12 of the frozen biscuits and let them thaw.
Sprinkle flour over them and
mash them together to form a rectangle.
Melt the 1/2 stick of butter.
Mix butter with the can of sweet potatoes,
brown sugar and cinnamon.
Spread this mixture over the biscuit rectangle.
Sprinkle the pecans on next.
Roll dough up in jelly-roll fashion.
Cut the roll into 1 inch slices and place in iron skillet or baking pan, sprayed with cooking spray.
Bake 375 degrees 20-25 minutes.