I felt a virtual hug! I'm not down, in fact, I'm giddy. When I realized the sign in front of me read Exit, I started giggling. When my husband gives me that what are you doing look, I start giggling. My knuckles really hurt when they were smacked into the edge of the stone, but I giggled. Still, your comments made me smile, and I am on a roll this morning.
Santa will be Mulberry and I will hit the Order button and send it through. Not taking into consideration his green bag, the coat's light trim, the light beard, was a big mistake. Once I looked at all the other colors involved (and changed), Santa will be just fine. The Magma is locked and loaded.
I am going through a bookcase with neat stacks of years of magazines and sending them to the recycler. I have every issue of Early Homes, most of Simple Life and Primitive Place. Holding on to those but will revisit and then sell off. (Do I really need to waste time going through them? No. Out.) That's progress. Getting rid of clutter and opening space always feels good too. Why Madam, I believe you deserve a chocolate for that. And if anyone is interested in cream cheese frosting, here's what I found. I always keep a canister of it on hand but much prefer the real deal. Last time I needed it, I also had Philly in the fridge, so I softened and added more than half a brick to half of the canister. Sooooo good. Less sweet more cream cheesy, I loved it. You can adjust the amount of Philly while you're blending and get the right taste for you. Easy peasy.
I have lots to do today - should be getting to it.
Thanks for visiting! And for being so sweet.