Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Yesterday was better.....

Thank you for all your advice for my sweet PJ. To those of you warning against the three's, I turn a deaf ear, for my daughter shall turn into a sweet princess at the stroke of midnight on March 29. I swear to Pete, lol.

I canNOT believe that Thanksgiving is next week. It's balmy here! It's supposed to be cold and snowing but instead my kids are running around the yard barefoot and jacketless. Is this climate change, or something rare? My dad works in and around Alaska and he said this week it was 10-15 degrees colder than it's supposed to be. I wonder what's happening!

We are headed to Idaho to my sister in law's house for Turkey day, and because I don't want to show up empty handed, I think I'm going to bring a pumpkin roll and a Pecan Pie. I am not normally a huge fan of pumpkin pie if there are other choices, but I love a pumpkin roll. I'm sure it's because of all that cream cheese and sugar, lol. And I've never made Pecan Pie before, but there was a recipe on the Pioneer Woman's blog the other day that looked easy enough. How could it not be easy enough, really. Even if it was a difficult recipe, she posts so many photos as a cooking tutorial that I don't see how you can go wrong. I'm making these two pies because both need to cool bef0re serving, so it'll be perfect to make the night before we need to leave. They seem to be the perfect travelling pie. Steve has to work on Wednesday so we aren't headed to Idaho until Thanksgiving morning. It should be a great time! We don't see Steve's sister very often but she has four kids that just love their younger cousins so my kids will be in hog heaven with people to play with.

I do have a couple of Studio Calico sneaks to share with you before I go. I got the second add-on as well as the project kit this month. I had a few things from the first add-on in my stash already, so basically I got everything yet again. Enabling much? lol




I'm really excited about this kit and feel like I haven't even begun to break the surface, so I'll definitely have more peeks for you later in the week. This is another must have! It has a few pieces from many of the Christmas lines available right now. I love that!
Before I go I did want to share my card for the Cardalicious blog challenge. This week we were challenged to use at least three circles. Rather than using ribbon, I decided to lay some Bazzill chipboard pieces in a row. I topped them with the Basic Grey chipboard alphas that I am obsessing over. I also used one of my current favorite lines from Cosmo Cricket, Mr Campy. You know I love my Mr Campy. Anyway, I hope you'll play along!


Have a great Wednesday! Davinie

7 comments:

  1. awesome sneaks!

    pumpkin pie is one of my faves, but i agree... those pumpkin rolls are yum!!

    hope you enjoy thanksgiving in idaho!

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  2. Lovin the sneaks!! Good luck on your pecan pie. The first time I made one it was runny!! Tasted good, but you had to eat it with a spoon straight from the pie pan!! I have no idea what I did wrong. I've got my fingers crossed it won't happen for you!!

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  3. love your sneaks!! And hey - if you want cold - your more than welcome to come to Utah! ha - its not bad - 50's - almost perfect for Thanksgiving.

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  4. Anonymous2:49 PM

    Hello! My name is Nika! I so like your blog! We are from Russia. My husband and I to work with students. We organize many clubs to construct attitudes friendship and to speak them about the Christ. I have ladys club, we to do hand made cards, scrapbook, quilt and crosstitch. It is good opportunity to testify about our God and His love! Every Saturday I have craft club for ladyes. We do cards, quilt, crochet, cross stitch too. It very not usual and new to Russian culture. I to study from different blogs how to make cards, made quilt and to use different technics. We are missionary to the Far East Russia. We are russian. We live in city Birobidzhan, it is the Jewish region in Russia. A lot of Jews live here. They have synagogues and to celebrate religious holidays. But many of them do not know the Christ. We have 2 daughters. Polina is 8 years and Liliya is 2 years.And if you are interesting about us I shall be glad give answer to you. I will glad if you can write me.Sorry my English.
    You can vizit to my blog http://christforchristglory.blogspot.com
    and our family ministry blog
    http://fareastrussiaforgodsglory.blogspot.com
    Can I ask if you can halp to our ministry, here in Russia? Nika
    zn4hisglory4@gmail.com

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  5. just beautiful.
    hope you are having a wonderful day.
    xo

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  6. I just wanted to let you know that I got Actions to work in PSE 3.0 in case you haven't upgraded yet.
    I'm still learning, I'm frustrated since it seems all my photos are out of focus now when I open them in PSE. But I'm learning and my photos continue to look better and better, thanks so much!

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  7. gorgeous creations! I LOVE your sewing on the Santa sneak, you clever girl! if I don't talk to ya, have a Happy Thanksgiving!!
    dani

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