Thursday, January 5, 2012

Did I have a Happy Birthday? Oh yeah!

No, I did not make that cake....although I have made my own birthday cake before, I chose not to this year.  I bought a Pepperidge Farm Birthday cake...vanilla cake and frosting.  It's something new I think.  Anyway, I bought a quart of Butter Pecan ice cream (MY FAVORITE)  to go with it....yep!  That's what I'm talking about!  The girls and I had a party....they did not get cake but they did each get some ice cream...they love it as much as I do!  No candles....we're not licensed for that big of a fireworks display!  This picture is from last night BEFORE the party! LOL!
Today was off to Wally World for supplies and I spotted these rugs and snapped up  3 of them at $10.00 each.  They are the half circle kind; 1 for in front of the frig, the sink, and the stove.  I really needed them as my old kitchen rugs are starting to fall apart.  It's funny because my old rugs are apples too that I bought at Target (back in the day when I lived near a Target) and they lasted about 10 years!
I also picked up this little gem!  I love books SO MUCH....I just can't help myself!  I  heard a very postivie review on this book and it is a NYT's best seller but of course that doesn't mean "MOI"  will like it but the photography and the title grabbed me and all though I was never told I was peculiar as a child there were other adjectives they used so I thought I might find the tale intriguing!  I'll let you know.
Now, I'm off to have some din-din, the girls have been fed and gone out already and sit down to do some knitting and watch Grey's Anatomy.  I hope you all have a lovely evening!


  1. I also like the books.Books are the friends of the people which can be help in any period of life.No one can deny its importance.This is best one to share as a gift.

  2. I love this book and have it on Kindle.


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