August 17, 2008
We've been blessed with another absolutely gorgeous day. No rain today, the rain barrel is overflowing. Too bad I don't have a lawn, it would be a most beautiful green. What I do have is millions and trillions of pine needles. If you like brown, then I have a really beautiful yard.
Now that gives me an idea for some kits. One color kits. I'm not sure how they would look, but methinks I just might give it a try. I'm going to try to post "Jazz M'Tazz" this week. I just need to finish packaging it up, and setting up the download links. It's a rather large kit, and had to be broken into six parts.
This weekend is the "no tax" shopping weekend in Massachusetts. So, this morning when I got home from work, I stayed up to wait for the stores to open so that I could go shopping. In the past, I have never been able to take advantage of this particular weekend. This year, I was determined to do it.
I started at Best Buy. (A computer and technology items store) Oh dear! groan, groan, groan....It's always a mistake to let me loose in this type of store. Even if I don't buy anything, I spend hours just looking and asking questions, and having myself a really grand time. However, today I did end up buying Moo a new 32" TV. A really nice thin one with HD.
Next I went to K-Mart, and good golly Miss Molly!! They had exactly what I was looking for to give as Christmas presents for some certain people. (Can't say what or who, they might read my blog.) I am so proud of me. I am almost finished with my holiday shopping, and it's only August.
Today, I'm going to share a new layout I made for a challenge at Scraphead. It called for a snack or party recipe that kids would enjoy. Almost everybody likes fudge. So here is my recipe for Peanut Butter Marshmallow Fudge.
I love fudge, and it's pretty obvious that fudge loves me. If there are any recipes in particular that any of you wants, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
That's it for today. Tootsie and I are going to play some ball, and then maybe take a little nap. Tonight's another working night.
Hugs, Edna B.