Jello is a favorite snack at our house. It's a good bedtime snack and I like to pack it in lunches. Plus it's only 10 calories for a 1/2 cup, so I enjoy them too. Tasty, that Jello.
A friend of mine shared this trick with me years ago, and I use it all the time. I bought these little plastic cups with lids (the cups and lids are sold separately) from our local Gordon's Food Service - and after I do the whole dissolve and mix thing - I pour it into the cups. This was the bigger 6.0 oz box and it made 14 cups. Pop the lids on, slide them in the fridge and let them set and tralala - they are ready for easy grabbing.
My husband would like to thank you for all the positive feedback on his (I will be mature...I will be mature.....) carvings. I have two more to photograph today. I insisted that he leave the new ones home so that I could have a go at them in the daylight.
I'd like to also add that it's not wood inside the golf balls. Of the four sitting in front of me - they are each a little different. One is green, one is blue, on is a light wood color and the last one is somewhat ivory. They each have a bit of a different texture and could maybe be called waxy. They are hard like wood though.
I came down with a little chill yesterday. Darndest thing - I don't feel sick at all, just a chill. Come to find out that's exactly what's going around right now. I hope it doesn't linger. I do plan to try and pull out Brian's quilt this weekend.
Wendy gets her cast off this afternoon! Hoorah!!!
Have a great weekend!