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Today as I was perusing my Facebook after my walk with Remington (it’s my cooldown time), I saw my neighbor had posted a picture of her foot wrapped up and in a boot with the caption “ouch”. I immediately thought, oh no! I hope she’s OK! Deanna will need a treat to cheer her up. Flowers are always nice, but I wanted to put my heart and soul into something nice for my lovely next door neighbor. I tried to decide if I should bake her a cake, or maybe brownies, or quite possibly my famous chocolate chip cookies. I decided to go with the chocolate chip cookies. Deanna and her husband have two of the most adorable little girls. I knew the girls would love fresh baked chocolate chip cookies just as much, if not more, than their mom and dad.

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My mother-in-law, JoAnne, loved my chocolate chip cookies. She was always telling me she wanted me to sell these cookies and make a name for myself. I’m still considering the possibility of selling my cookies commercially, so I can’t give out my recipe quite yet. Dennis has looked into what needs to be done to make this happen. Stay tuned … hopefully, you’ll see Sunshine and Savory’s chocolate chip cookies on the market one day in the not too distant future.

I took the cookies over to Deanna and her family this evening and they loved them!

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Deanna is going to be just fine, turns out she had to have surgery on her foot. She said “it was a planned injury.” This is good news, I was afraid she’d fractured it. Dennis sees her in one of her exercise classes in the park on the weekends while he’s out running Remington. He told me “they really work hard in that class!” I’m glad to hear she didn’t hurt herself.

This is where I usually post my recipe, but that will have to wait until I’m ready to share it with the world. Once I do, I hope you all try it and like it.

Until next time, Kris