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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Nothing to see here!

Not at all. Not one pic of stitching, nor a photo---NUTHIN! I am unbelievably busy getting ready for my family to come tomorrow afternoon. Seems like between buying presents and working, the past couple weeks has been a blur, literally. I had to work today, and will have to the rest of the week too--BLAH! However, I have to ask one question:

Is there any more heavenly substance on this planet than brown sugar??

I'm baking, as you can tell. Seriously, I could just eat it all by itself, lol. I hope that everyone has a wonderful Christmas, or whatever other holiday they may be celebrating. I will be back very soon with a photo of my finished LHN Day and Night. I never did get to start that "wintry" project I wanted to before Christmas. Maybe before New Year, right?

Enjoy and see you soon!

8 comments:

  1. Have a wonderful christmas with your family (don't get too high on brown sugar though !!! lol)

    By the way, where did you get your stitching mouse ornament ? I have to admit I have a weakness for mouse ornament :blush: they are just too cute !!!

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  2. Not one picture, not one at all...that reminds me of Elaine with Not a square to spare, I have not one square to spare! LOL
    Have a wonderful Christmas Tammy
    :-)

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  3. I agree with you on the brown sugar. Add a bit of butter and mmmm

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  4. I also want to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year with lots of joy.

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  5. Have a Merry Christmas! *Blessings* Niki in AZ

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  6. As luck would have it...I've not seen the latest Saw movie either! I'm waiting impatiently for it to come out on DVD in May. It will be added to the collection. Brown sugar IS gr8 stuff! I use it whenever possible instead of white when I'm cooking or baking.

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  7. Hope you had a great Yule AND Christmas! We're finally home now. Whew!

    One of my favorites is making multigrain hot cereal and adding brown sugar and raisins...mmmmm.

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