It's a marshmallow world in the winter
When the snow comes to cover the ground...
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Everywhere you go....
The snow we received last night resembles marshmallow cream! Fluffy and wet...unfortunately, there is a layer of ICE underneath, so walking is treacherous. We skipped Sunday School and made it in time for the service yesterday, and had to struggle out again for a birthday party and to also dry a load of laundry.
Schools were canceled today; I plan to stay inside and make oatmeal raisin cookies. I'm working three days this week, so today and Wednesday are the only times I'll be able to make cookies without everyone helping themselves to the dough. I might have to do some on Thursday night, and I don't think W's teacher will be receiving any banana bread....unless I can get to the store. Here I thought I had plenty of time, and then the financial aspect hit. Sigh....at least there's no gift exchange...the teacher sent home a note saying due to hard times, she's not having one this year; just the party.
This week, I've got a treat for you:
Tuesday, author Larion Wills will be here;
Wednesday, Kenzie will be chatting with Night Owl Review from 8-9pm;
and Thursday, author and good friend Jamie Carie will be featured:)
Flashback Friday, I'll be talking about 1990 and some of my favorite birthday memories.
Currently Reading: Circle of Wolves by Jacqueline Roth (e-book) and in print, just finished re-reading How To Sleep With A Movie Star by Kristin Harmel. Next up is another by Kristin, The Blonde Theory:) And at work, I'm still reading Fool Me Once by Fern Michaels! Hey...I've been busy editing too; doesn't leave a lot of time for reading.