Category: This and That


Justin wrapping Eggrolls
Above is a picture I took of my husband helping wrap the egg rolls for supper.
He does such a good job 🙂Justin wrapping Eggrolls #2

Thank goodness for the weekend! Holiday’s always seem to throw my schedule completely off! As for Friday just being my clean the house day, I managed to get some work done on another fall/Autumn greeting card. The little brunette girl (unless I change the color) raking leaves on a cool autumn day will make her debut sometime next week… preferably on a Monday.

I’ve made two sells this week… once again my pirate kid card seems to be a favorite and also my sport key chains. Money has finally hit from my sells into my account…so thank you very much Zazzle.

I should be receiving in the mail next week a box of my sewing/cross-stitch stuff. It seems to be the season for that sort of thing now and quite honestly, I really have missed doing it.

My Weekend

Duel of Ages (September 2007)
I had a good labor day weekend, overall. We went up to my husbands parents house for lunch/dinner and games. Lunch was Burgers and deviled eggs and for dinner we had pasta salad (we brought), chicken ( we brought some), and apple pie. Yummy! We played Duel of Ages, parents against the kids and unfortunately us kids lost 3-2. It wasn’t a hurting loss so it’s all good 🙂 Church was good… Jon was preaching again and this time it was about Thirsting for Christ…diving in to God’s everything with no looking back and fully trusting in Him alone. I finished cleaning all those picture frames I got… cut myself across the fingers with the glass on accident so it slightly hurts to draw and type but I can take it…there’s no stopping me.. I said I’d get a card or two done this week for Grandparent’s day and I still intend on it! So mostly, this weekend was spent getting things taken care of… like my husband fixed his break pads and went through his old stuff…

p.s Also it’s my nine month anniversary today \o/

Black Berries!


2 c. sugar
1/3 c. butter
2 c. flour
2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 c. milk
2 c. blackberries
2 c. boiling water
Cream 1 cup sugar with butter; add flour, baking powder, salt and milk; mix well. Pour into 12 x 8 x 2 inch baking pan. Pour blackberries over batter. Sprinkle remaining sugar over berries. Pour boiling water over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes or until golden brown. Serve plain or with cream.

So, my husband and I went for a walk through the park yesterday and we found a plethora of blackberries. I decided that we would would pick enough to make cobbler and voila, it was made and tasted so very very good 🙂