Friday, December 18, 2009

Christmas baking

I’ve done a lot of baking this month with plans for Santa cookies this weekend.

Snickerdoodles  are my favorite Christmas cookie.  We made them for Santa last year and plan to do so again this year.


Monkey was a much bigger help with them this year.  She rolled them around in the cinnamon sugar mix and put them on the cookie sheet (even if I did have to space them out better before popping them in the oven. HA).  

We also made Snow Drops with Chocolate Kisses.  I’ve always associated these with Christmas too, as we’ve been having them at Christmastime since I was a kid.  This is yet another one of those recipes I don’t know where it originated but we’ve been using it for a really long time.


Snow Drops with Chocolate Kisses

    • 1 cup soft butter
    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 1 tsp vanilla
    • 2 cups flour
    • 1 cup finely chopped walnuts
    • 1 package chocolate kisses
    • powdered sugar
  • Beat butter, sugar and vanilla until light and fluffy.  Add flour and nuts.
  • Chill dough.
  • Shape 1 tbs dough around each kiss and roll into a ball. 
  • Bake at 375 for 12 minutes or until set (not brown). 
  • Roll in powdered sugar while warm.

We also tried a new treat yesterday for T to bring to his department Christmas party today (he ran off with them before I could get a picture).  I’m not sure where I found this recipe, but I’ve had it in my stack to try for quite a few years.

Peanut Butter Cookie Bars

    • 1/2 cup margarine
    • 1/2 cup peanut butter
    • 1/2 cup sugar
    • 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
    • 1 cup “quick” oats
    • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate pieces
    • 1 cup flour
    • 1/2 tsp baking soda
    • 1/4 tsp salt
    • 1 egg
    • 1 tsp vanilla
  • Beat margarine and peanut butter for 30 seconds.
  • Add sugars and beat until fluffy.
  • Beat in egg and vanilla.
  • Stir together flour, soda and salt.
  • Add to beaten mixture and beat until blended.
  • Stir in oats.
  • Spread mixture in 13x9.2 pan. 
  • Bake at 350 for 20 minutes.
  • Remove to rack and sprinkle with chocolate pieces.
  • Let stand 5 minutes and spread to cool.
  • If desired, make an icing of 3/4 cup powdered sugar, 1/4 cup peanut butter and 2-3 tbs milk to drizzle over the bars.

Enjoy your kitchens!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Testing testing, 124

Monkey skips 3 when she’s counting fast.  I’m starting to skip it, too.  ha

I’m trying out Windows Live Writer.  It took me too much time to post all of those recipes this morning because the drag and drop technique for photos is ridiculous.  It doesn’t cooperate very well with me. 

I hope this is showing up for those of you using the reader.

Did I find an easier way?

I hope so!

Recipes of the week

After submitting my large recipe dump, I found two more I missed.

Both are from Martha Stewart Living (image from MSL).
Poached Chicken with Bok Choy in Ginger Broth tastes very similar to the Samurai Soup I tried last winter. The chicken could use a little seasoning (though it could be because I skipped the chile's because of Monkey's distate for much spice), but it was a healthier alternative to the Samurai Soup. Next time, I will use some seasoning on the chicken. I'll also put it back into the pot after cutting it up.

And true to form with most MSL recipes, I can't find the recipe online for Mustard-Rosemary Chicken with Carrots and Potatoes. It was absolutely delicious, so I'm sharing. It calls for chicken thighs and drumsticks but I used breasts. And as I'm typing this out, I realize I forgot the lemon.

12 thin carrots, greens trimmed but left intact
1 tbs plus 1 tsp extra-virgin olive oil
1/4 tsp coarse salt
1/4 cup Dijon mustard
4 garlic cloves, minced
1 1/2 tsp chopped fresh rosemary, plus 3 sprigs
4 skinless chicken thighs
4 skinless chicken drumsticks
8 baby Yukon Gold or Red Bliss potatoes, halved
1 lemon, halved
Freshly ground pepper

1) Preheat oven to 425. Toss together carrots, 1 tsp oil and 1/8 tsp salt in a bowl. Spread out evenly on a rimmed baking sheet and bake until carrots begin to soften and caramelize, 10 to 15 minutes.
2) Meanwhile, combine mustard, garlic and chopped rosemary and 2 tsp oil in another bowl. Rub mixture over chicken pieces to coat. Toss together remaining tsp oil and the potatoes in another bowl. Sprinkle with remaining 1/8 tsp salt.
3) Remove baking sheet from oven and add chicken, potatoes and rosemary sprigs to carrots. Bake until chicken is slightly golden and an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part registers 165, about 45 minutes. Squeeze lemon on top and season with pepper.
Now feel free to enjoy your kitchens!

Recipes of the week

I've fallen behind on sharing new recipes. I'm going to keep this as short and sweet as possible so I can include a bunch (all?) today.

(All images are from the website I've found the recipes on)

I found Creamy Shrimp with Corn and Bacon in Real Simple. T made it a while back. We used canned corn instead of frozen because we had it on hand. It was easy to make and really good.

The next three are from Bon Appetit:

Steak-and-Mushroom Reubens were fairly easy to make, but they also made a huge mess. They were good, but there were so many dishes involved I don't think it's something I'll make often. I hate extra dishes.

Panko-Crusted Chicken with Mustard Maple Pan Sauce was easy to make and it was mighty tasty. It is most definitely a keeper.

Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken Breasts was a very bad for us treat. It looks fancy and complicated, but it isn't (they have a how-to here). I used smoked mozzarella to stuff it because it's what I had on hand. This is a keeper.

In my quest for healthy food, I found this Broccoli Florets with Almonds recipe in Fresh Magazine. Monkey loved the little trees. It was ridiculously easy to put together, too.

The rest I have for today are from Everyday:

Lasagna Burgers were a great big greasy mess, but very good. It was the first time I'd bought and used ciabatta rolls. I won't be doing that again. There are just too many in a package for the three of us to use before they get hard (the chickens had a treat). Along with the greasy aspect of the burger itself, it also required lots of dishes. I'm hanging on to it, but it won't be made often.
Smoked Mozzarella and Chicken Sandwiches with Italian Barbecue Sauce was another messy meal. Aside from the sauce, I enjoyed it. This is an easy remedy - just skip making the sauce and use your favorite sauce from a bottle. While T liked the sauce, he's not opposed to using the stuff in a bottle.

Another veggie side dish is Brown-Buttered Sugar Snap Peas with Pecans. Even my Mr. Non-Pea Eater (that would be T - Little Man only recently started cereal) enjoyed it. I enjoy having different side dishes other than plain old green beans from the freezer.

And finally, I tried making my own chicken stock. I used Easy Turkey Stock as my guide but used chicken pieces I had been holding on to in a freezer bag in the freezer. It was very easy, as the name suggests, but I can't help but think there has to be a quicker way. Rest assured, I will be looking into it when I have more chicken parts because I had used all three quarts within a week.

Enjoy your kitchens!

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Recipes of the week

We had our annual Christmas party this past weekend. I tried a few new appetizer recipes.

First was a Baked Clam Dip. I'm not sure where I got it - and I just put it in a baking dish instead of a sourdough loaf.

2 cans chopped clams, undrained
1 large round loaf sourdough
2 cups cream cheese, softened
1 tbs lemon juice
2 tbs finely chopped onion
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce

Drain the clams and reserve 2 tbs of liquid.
Cut the top from the bread loaf and set aside.
Hollow out the bread, leaving a 1" thick shell. Set aside.
Coat a baking sheet with non stick spray.
Cut removed bread into cubes and bake at 350 for 10 minutes on sprayed sheet.
Place cheese, lemon juice, onion, Worcestershire and clam juice in blender. Process until smooth.
Stir in clams and pour mixture into hollowed bread, cover with top and wrap in foil.
Bake at 350 for 1 hour and 10 minutes.
Place on serving plate. Serve with crackers and toasted bread crumbs.

It got good reviews, though T told me later he prefers the way I usually make clam dip. I'm not saving it.

Next were Marsala Mushroom Pinwheels. This is one I followed a recipe loosely but made my own. What I did:

1 lb sliced mushrooms
2 medium onions, chopped
1 stick butter (too much - halve)
Sprinkle of dried sage
Sprinkle of Herbes de Provence
Salt & Pepper
1 1/2 cups Marsala wine

Thawed puff pastry sheets (I used Pepperidge Farms but have seen recipes for making your own)

Saute mushrooms and onions in butter until soft. Add herbs and simmer about 5 minutes. Add wine and cook until reduced. Chop mixture with blender (I used my small handy chopper).
Spread mixture onto puff pastry. Roll into log and cut into 1/2" slices.
Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes, or until golden.

These also got good reviews. T said he thought they were ok but was not thrilled with them. I liked them so I'm keeping this one.

Last but not least are Pizzettes with Caramelized Onions, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto. They were really easy to make, even though they look like they could be complicated. The onions were time consuming but very worth it. I substituted smoked mozzarella for the goat cheese because I had some on hand.

It got rave reviews and is most definitely a keeper.

That's all for today.

Enjoy your kitchens!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Winter Wonderland

It has a habit of snowing when we host our annual Christmas party.

This is what we woke to today - at 8 AM for me, thank you. I got to sleep in a little.

I do believe a snow man is in order for today.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

It's a crazy house!

I feel like I haven't stopped moving in two weeks. Christmas decorating, a tree that refuses to stay standing, mobile children (yes - Little Man is getting around quite well for someone who can't crawl)...

I just finished up working for the day and now I'm off to do some crazy cooking for our annual Christmas party this evening. I'm trying a few new appetizer recipes, so watch for them next week.

Have a fantastic weekend!

And get some rest. Personally, I hope to sleep in tomorrow.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Recipe of the week

I only got to try one new recipe with the leftover turkey. We ended up having some old stand-by's (hot turkey sandwiches and ground some up for turkey salad sandwiches).

From Everyday, Bayou Turkey-Barley Chowder was a crowd pleaser. I can see trying it with leftover chicken too (since you find leftover chicken here much more often than leftover turkey!). I did use the milder "green" bottle instead of hot sauce because Monkey doesn't like spicy.

Monkey was fascinated with the bread bowls (as you can see in the picture!). I'm going to try to get into the habit of taking my own pictures in the future. When I go back to older posts of mine, there are pictures missing now from linking up to other sites. (I need to learn how to photograph food better).

Enjoy your kitchens!

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Children's Creative Corner

This craft has created a few craft sessions for us. Unfortunately, my camera died half way through each and every session (we were planning on replacing it when we ended up having to replace the computer), but I did get a few pictures.

We gathered our supplies for Salt Dough Ornaments.
You may remember we made salt dough ghosts for Halloween. I thought it would be lots of fun to make ornaments for our tree. Nicole over at Breaking Even, Inc. had the same idea. Instead of cooking them in the microwave, I baked them like she did. Ours were thicker so they ended up baking for about an hour.
T's cousin E had the great idea of making hand and foot prints for her newborn. I decided to try it with the kids. We used a circular cookie cutter. They turned out fantastic! I believe we've begun a new tradition. We even made more at my parent's house last week with Scooby - a set for each set of grandparents.
The second part of this particular craft is to decorate the ornaments! (You can see Monkey's handy work in the above picture. She wanted to be sure to include it with the hand prints for all of you to see.) I think I'll be painting the hand prints themselves black and then a contrasting color on the rest of the ornament.
It was fun and easy!
Enjoy your kiddos!

Saturday, November 28, 2009

So much to be thankful for

I'm late on the Thanksgiving wishes. I do hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and got to spend it with their loved ones.

I have so much to be thankful for in my life.

Our good health.

A roof over our heads.

Food on our tables.

Mostly, I'm thankful for my family.

Especially these two.

Thanksgiving turkey

I was out of town for most of this past week. My mom had her surgery last week and although everything went well, I wanted to be there to give her a hand (cook, clean and/or run errands for her). Though bringing my two young children there created a bit less of a relaxing and restful surrounding for her, I'm afraid.

Because I was gone, I only have one new recipe this week. It's a big deal, though. It was the main event for Thanksgiving (which we only celebrated on Friday night because I drove home on Thursday)!

First, I need to tell you how crazy we were the past two weeks. Hannaford had Marvel turkey on sale for 40 cents a pound. That's ridiculously cheap. We rearranged the deep freeze and the freezer on our fridge and bought four. Yep. Four. And, as if that wasn't enough, after I left with the kids, T went and picked up another to let thaw in the fridge all week so I could make it last night. I have a lot of turkey and zero room left in either freezer at the moment. I can't say I was disappointed when T didn't get his deer this year. I have no idea where we would have put any of it. HA!

T saw Giada De Laurentiis making this on Foodnetwork one day a few weeks ago. I decided to give it a try instead of roasting the way I always do (stuffed with carrots, onions and celery and rubbed with a few herbs). I am so glad I tried Turkey with Herbes de Provence and Citrus.

I had to tweak it, as I'm wont to do. T missed "1 orange" on the shopping list. And the grocery store was completely out of fresh sage (and I thought I had dried, but discovered none when I was putting it together). So I used no sage and two lemons. Otherwise, I followed the recipe.

The turkey was delicious, but our favorite part was the gravy. It was the absolute best gravy either of us has ever had. I'm drooling now even thinking about the leftover gravy currently residing in my refrigerator.

Being a family of four with only three of us actually eating off the turkey, we've got quite a bit leftover. I dug out some turkey recipes to try in the coming days, so watch for those!

Enjoy your kitchens and your families!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Sweet Treats

I tried a treat from Everyday. Cheesecake-Filled Pumpkin Cupcakes sound absolutely decadent, right? They weren't nearly as wonderful as they sounded. They were easy to put together, but awfully time consuming for cupcakes. All in all, after all of the time I put into them, I was disappointed with the end result.

Better luck next time, I suppose.

Enjoy your kitchens!

Monday, November 16, 2009

Cold Weather Goals Update

My original goals can be found here.

1) Personal

  • I've made it down to 150. Halloween candy was almost my downfall. But I'm half way there!
  • I've lost all my images to my old computer. I haven't heard from the shop about it yet so I'm just working on some small projects and holding off a little longer on Etsy.
  • I bought a small blotter to track bill due dates on. I've been updating my checkbook register once a week to track my balance. My house doesn't look like a tornado has just come through. I can live with that for now.
  • My blog obviously suffered from the computer crash. The new computer is now completely set up and running (minus Quickbooks which I need to upgrade. Poo!). You should be seeing me regularly again.
2) Family
  • We took Monkey to a hockey game at UMO last weekend (Little Man stayed with my GFT because it would have been too much with both kids). We've also been out to eat a couple of times. We need to find some family activities.

  • Children's Creative Corner only has one update since the crash fiasco. All of my links and ideas were on the old machine so I have to do some digging. We may not have been crafty, but we have been doing all sorts of food crafts (ie, cooking).

3) Kitchen

4) Projects

  • Hanging mirror has been painted

  • I have 2 of 5 wine crates stained
  • I need 6 more pockets for Little Man's quilt. I found some rustic looking quilter's squares I've had for years. I'm pretty sure I'm going to use them for the front.
5) Turning house into home

  • Bedroom: My dresser area has been prettified. T's dresser has been simplified. I painted his nightstand this week (with his blessing, of course). It needs baskets to organize his junk... er... stuff. I need fabric for a bed skirt. I need curtains. I currently have plant clippings rooting to add at least 1 plant to our room (I believe I'll be putting it on top of my dresser where I currently have a candle). I have a painting to hang and 2 wall sconces to paint and hang. I'm making progress.

  • Bathroom: T picked up a piece of trim for me on his last trip to Home Depot. I put up a curtain hanger (it's not a rod - it's an idea I came up with and will show you as soon as I figure out curtains). I also need a new shower curtain because T got paint on my nice white one. I put in an "order" with my dad to build a shelf unit for above the toilet. Slow progress but progress nonetheless.
  • Monkey's curtains have been put up.

  • I've also put in an "order" for a bookshelf with my dad for Little Man's room. Otherwise, I haven't done anything in there yet.
  • The wine crates are for the stairwell. Unfortunately, I'll be waiting on T and the drywall before I can finish.
Slow and steady. I have no intention of leaving anything unfinished on this list this year!

How are your lists coming?

Edited for an update: I heard from the computer shop after I typed this out. The old laptop is fried but they were able to pull all of my data off of it. Phew!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

More new recipes

Here are a few more of the many recipes we've tried since my old computer crashed.

These are all from Everyday, as are the images.

First up is BLT Creamy Mac 'n' Cheese. I went a little overboard with the leeks so Monkey didn't like it because she had to pick out too much green stuff. T & I enjoyed it. I may have a small collection of homemade mac n cheese recipes before long!

Double-Stuffed Chicken Breasts were pretty good. Unfortunately, it's a "skin-on" recipe, which compels me to eat the chicken skin. Not healthy. The fact it's baked and not fried helps a little, I guess. I also forgot to top them with marinara. It must have been a rough evening (Little Man freaks out every night when I'm trying to cook. I'm just going to say I'm lucky I haven't burned the house down.). This is a keeper.

Speaking of healthy, here's some fried pork for you! Breaded Pork-and-Mozzarella Stacks with Garlic Broccoli were so extremely good. Monkey isn't a fan of green leafy veggies or broccoli. She liked this broccoli. Enough so, I'm writing the broccoli recipe on it's own card so I remember to make little trees as a side dish more often. My pork was bone-in so I cut pockets into them instead of stacking cutlets. It was more difficult than stacking would have been, but it was the same concept and worked just fine. We topped leftover pork with marinara sauce for a nice change up the next day. I suggest using marinara. Yum!

Enjoy your kitchens!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

New recipes

Wow. I have a lot of recipes to catch up on. I'll post a few at a time and hopefully be caught up soon.
We'll start with Cheesy Rice Fritters from Everyday. While it was a bit labor intensive for such a simple meal, it was easy. Next time, I need to drain off a little of the bacon fat and decrease the olive oil before sauteing the spinach as it ended up a little greasy. We all enjoyed it, though.

I also made Balsamic-Glazed Mushrooms from Everyday. They have them listed as an appetizer. I made them as a side dish. And I've made them a few times. They're ridiculously easy and very very tasty.

Also from Everyday is Philly Cheese Steak-Stuffed Garlic Bread. It's so fancy looking and extremely yummy. It was really easy to throw together, too.

This last one is from AmericanProfile.Com. Tortellini, Greens and Bean Soup was another winner. I took their suggestion of adding browned kielbasa for extra Monkey pleasing powers. It did the trick to make the soup extra appealing to her.

I have more to come when I get another few minutes to sit down.

Enjoy your kitchens!
First two images from Everyday.
Third image from

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Bad luck update

My bad luck got worse after our computer crashed.

I lost my wallet on Halloween. Luckily, I had my debit card in my back pocket for some unknown reason so only lost a credit card and my drivers license. Let me tell you, I searched for that bad boy. I called every friend we went to with the kids for Trick or Treats, I drove back to the office to check there, I called every store I had gone to on Friday (I couldn't remember for sure if I'd seen it on Saturday!) and I went to check the streets we'd parked on for Trick or Treats, getting on my hands and knees to dig through leaves and even a mud puddle.

After all of this, I notified my credit card company who canceled my card and has put a new one in the mail and pulled out my passport to go get a new license on Monday.

During a cleaning spree on Wednesday, I discovered my Dear Little Monkey had decided to play Madame with my wallet and breast pump. My wallet had been zipped in a secret compartment in the pump carrier the entire time. Alrighty then! Please enjoy a chuckle at my expense.

After much research, we've purchased a new laptop. The old one is in the shop where they can hopefully pull off all of my old files (cross your fingers because I had nothing backed up). I haven't finished getting the new one completely set up yet. I have an anti-virus program on it, but that is pretty much it. I need to create recovery disks and have programs to upload still to get me back to my preferred productivity level.

I also need to add that I've come to realize the clarity and coloring on my old machine was horrible! I thought my blog colors didn't necessarily match but at least went together. I see now that they don't really. I'll need to work on fixing this.

In the meantime, I'll try to share a few things but we've been slacking around the house.

I hope you all had a wonderful week.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Bad luck

Our computer crashed yesterday. I'm at my sister-in-law's doing research for a new one, but I'm going to be MIA for a little while.

Horrible timing, just as we start our Christmas shopping. Oh well. Such is life.

Have a great day (or week.. or 2 or 3)!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Recipes of the week

It was a big week last week. And for the first time ever, we had something that not one of us liked - at all.

I found Kiddie Carrot Soup in Parents magazine. I figured T wouldn't like it because he's not a fan of cooked carrots, but wanted to try it just the same. Any way to get extra veggies into Monkey is great in my book. We each took a bowl (Monkey, too). We each made a face at it. I dumped the entire pot down the drain.

I also made a Crispy Shrimp Dish I found in the October 2009 [page 154] issue of Ladies' Home Journal (I'm not finding it online). You marinade thawed jumbo shrimp in buttermilk, soy sauce and hot sauce. Then coat it in a mixture of crushed cornflakes, sesame seeds and orange zest and bake them until they're cooked through. There were no shrimp left, so you can guess how much it was enjoyed.

I paired it with Sweet and Spicy Barley from the same issue. It was ok, but we weren't crazy about it so I won't be saving this one.

Image from Everyday

A huge success was Chicken Salad Piccata, courtesy of Everyday. It was really easy and packed full of flavor. I did over cook my potatoes a hair, but losing track of time in the kitchen is easy to do if both kids aren't cooperating. There were no leftovers with this one and I foresee it becoming a regular in our house.

The last two we tried were from the most recent copy of Everyday so they aren't up on their website yet. I'll hold off on sharing until I can link them.

Enjoy your kitchens!

Sunday, October 25, 2009

A beautiful day to play outside

It was a beautiful fall day outside today. We spent much of our day outdoors. I spent much of that time in just a t-shirt! I love days like this.

Monkey and I spent some time doing some winter preparations. I needed to trim down some perennials and dig up some bulbs. Then I decided to take a few pictures of our fall decorations. Most of these will transition into winter decorations very easily.

The front of the shed has an old busted out window hanging on it (there was glass when I first put it up but a wind storm had the window banging around a bit to much one day.). I finally added the wreath today. It makes it feel finished.

This old bike sits in my flower bed. It is the bike I learned how to ride on. It did have training wheels at one time but heavens knows what happened to them. The basket was an ugly yellow and green. I gave it a spray paint treatment and attached it to the bike to hold flowers. Now it holds apples and pears from our trees. And when the snow flies, I'll put pine cones in.

I also have an old chair in another flower bed. I'll change out the faux (I know!) leaves for some pine and evergreen branches once the snow flies. My father-in-law found the old rusty watering can in the woods on a walk one day and knew I'd love it. He was right.

This poor old rake got tied to a porch rail. T isn't allowed to use it anymore. I should have something on the milk can, but I don't have anything on hand that "goes."

I tried to save money this year by forgoing the mums. I'm hoping to try planting my own next year. We shall see. We also didn't get to go to the pumpkin patch. When T stopped in one evening to check the situation, he was told the picking wasn't very good. So we didn't feel too badly when the timing just didn't work out for us to go.

I've also added to my stairway. The baskets are all full of fruits and veggies. I still haven't found pretty and practical shoe storage, though. I really need to because I spend my days tripping on shoes when I'm going up and down the stairs (it wouldn't be a big deal if my washer and dryer weren't in the basement!).

I got my hanging mirror secured to the wall. I need some hooks but screws are doing the trick for now. I had this painting from my junking trip sitting in my room. I like the unfinished edge and the pop of color it adds. I haven't decided if I'll leave as is or if I'll put a wreath, as I was originally thinking.

I also played with the top of my dresser a little tonight. I got this adorable little thing on my junking trip with my mom back in May. T gave it a paint job for me (when he had me on his own version of modified bed rest) and we changed out the handles for some cute little glass knobs my mom gave me.

The painting was a junk store find. My dad built the frame for me (you're going to see more about this frame soon). I also got the candle holder and silver trays at the junk store. The glass goblets were also from my May junking trip. I don't have much jewelry and it just seemed perfect to store the little I do own on/in. I think it needs something still, but haven't decided what. I'm thinking I may put a glass plate under the candle set up. Yet another one of those things I haven't had the time to try. (Having 2 little ones is so much more work than I expected - but I do love every minute of it).

So there's a peek as to what I've been up to. I tend to get a lot done when I'm not getting much sleep and I've been suffering a bout of insomnia the past couple of weeks. I may have much more to show in the coming weeks. (Hopefully not. I'd rather sleep. haha).

I hope you've all had a wonderful and productive weekend.

PS - I'm linking up with Donna at Funky Junk Interiors for Saturday Nite Specials. Check it out!

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