I was at Michael’s the other day and I’m always drawn to the travel stickers. I can’t help myself!!!
I laughed though because still so many of these items were around when I first started scrapbooking.
Not that I am going to scrapbook anytime soon, but I do need to find a way to store all the photos I have printed.
My brother Rob sent me this in a text!
He said I should make this as my profile photo!
I guess some days I can be crabby!
Carried this bag the week before Christmas, the week of Christmas and the week after!
This red is perfect for this time of year!
Could be good for Valentines week too!
I love pizza!
I also love great customer service!!
So last Thursday when I had half a day I brought home lunch.
Usually I get a small cheese pizza.
But, brought home a large!
The excellent team at PG noticed and left me a nice note!
I watched this with Mom on Thursday night.
This story was huge here in the Boston of course because Nancy Kerrigan lived nearby.
After watching there were so many details I had forgotten about!
I read this book over Christmas vacation and loved it!! Actually I love all of Anita Hughes books and always look forward to her next one!
Set during London’s most festive time of year and filled with delicious food Anita Hughes’ Christmas in London is about love and friendship, and the season’s most important lesson: learning how to ask for and give forgiveness.
It’s a week before Christmas and Louisa Graham is working twelve hour shifts at a bakery on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. When a young cooking show assistant comes in from the rain and begs to buy all the cinnamon rolls on her tray, she doesn’t know what to do. Louisa is just the baker, and they aren’t hers to sell. But the show burned the rolls they were supposed to film that day; so she agrees.
The next morning, Louisa finds out that her cinnamon rolls were a hit, but the star of the show was allergic, and the whole crew is supposed to leave for London that afternoon. They want Louisa to step in for their annual Christmas Eve Dinner TV special at Claridge’s. It’s a great opportunity, and Digby Bunting, Louisa’s famous baking idol, will be there. Even if he does seem more interested in her than her food.
And then there’s Kate, the show’s beautiful producer. On their first day in London she runs into the skinny boy she jilted at St. Andrew’s in Scotland ten years ago. Now he’s a handsome, brilliant mathematician, and newly divorced. Their familiar spark is still there, but so is the scar of how they left things. Kate and Louisa are busy preparing for the show, but old and new flames are complicating their work.
I am off today and Monday!
Four day weekend!!
I always try to save some days for the end of the year! (my work year ends the last day of January) You never know when germs could show up or we could have a bad snowstorm and the building doesn’t close.
Also, we have to use our time or lose it.
Not happening ever.
So four day weekend it is!