Sunday, December 21, 2014

Cookie Break for Winter Solstice

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Here, have a cookie.

Is everyone enjoying the winter solstice?
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Today I baked about 200 cookies.   I'm keeping about 50 for myself (heh heh) and giving the rest away as tokens of appreciation.

It's kind of wild that mixing all of this...
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Creates this...
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I really am appreciative that I will be on vacation the week between Christmas and New Years, for the first time since 1998.  That is very exciting.

And yet, I wish I was off this week too.  2 weeks in a row, at the holidays.  Hmmmm....Well, you know what they say, "When you give a mouse a cookie..."

Ba-dump ump.


I haven't been in the sewing room for any weekend in December....until tonight when I started a tank for the gym.  I also rediscovered a cardigan that I sewed in March and never blogged.  I might it tmw night.   I need to plan the Christmas menu as well.



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Lacy overlay for the gym tank.

I don't know why I'm pretending like I don't have to go to work tmw.  I do!
Be well!!

6 comments:

  1. Handmade cookie gifts are the best.

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  2. Love homemade cookies!!! Merry Christmas!

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  3. I'm taking the entire week and a half off between Christmas and the Monday after New Year's (as PTO), not traveling anywhere, and not having any visitors. I can't remember the last time that I was so excited about taking a chunk of time off! Really hoping to finally finish the coat that I've been chipping away at for the past month while I'm off. :P

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  4. Hahaha! If you give a mouse a cookie :-)

    enjoy your time off!!! Hopefully you get to sew a ton!!!

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  5. I, too, loved having the week in between off - it was a no stress week. But I often wished I could have the week BEFORE Christmas off, as there was always so much to do. Now that I'm retired, I have them all off! lol

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  6. They look delicious! And how nicely packaged for gifting! I hope you have a Merry Christmas!

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