So, it is Thursday night….

… and I still haven’t scrapbooked. Why? Oh, a little thing called the flu. I promised my daughter we’d make cookies. I didn’t feel like it. I really didn’t feel like it and was thinking I’d try to convince her to wait until tomorrow. What changed my mind? I went to get her off the bus and the first words out of her mouth as she descended the bus stairs was “are we making cookies?”.  So, we made cookies. We only made one batch of sugar cookies. Actually, we only made half of a batch. We rolled out the dough, cut out the shapes, and decorated two trays of cookies. They were so engrossed in their sprinkles, I realized they didn’t really notice we still had enough dough left for two more trays. So I put the dough back into the fridge. Now, if you live near me and are reading this in a timely manner, don’t go thinking you are getting some of these fine cookies. You won’t. Although I made the kids wash their hands thoroughly before sitting at the table, my son coughed all over the cookies and wiped his nose with the back of his hand across his face. He’s also had a tummy ache all day. We all have the flu or various degrees of some sort of illness. So, I think perhaps we’ll eat these cookies ourselves. They were lovely though. Snowmen, stars, tree ornaments. All covered with loads and loads of sprinkles. Pink, red (LOTS of red courtesy of my son), orange, silver, and gold. At one point my daughter spontaneously burst into song about how glorious our cookies were. Ok, it was just a carol but I know her decorating inspired her. Then I put on a Christmas show for the kids while I cleaned up. My daughter complained of an ear ache. Uh oh! She was suddenly really not feeling well so she fell asleep on the couch. She doesn’t nap unless she is ill. Not a good sign. Somehow day turned into evening and now I am trying to record at least a bit of the season. Hopefully soon I’ll be snapping photos, journaling and scrapbooking all about the season. Oh, and did I mention on my lowest day of days, I got summoned for Jury Duty. That was a lovely panic attack I didn’t expect. I feel a spa day coming on. Ok, just kidding… but wouldn’t that be nice?


I used:
Heart of the Holidays template #2 by Tiffany Tillman… from the Heart of the Holidays class at
I also used: Joyeaux Noel brushes by Nancie Rowe Janitz, Alfresco paper (background) by Nancie Rowe Janitz and Silver & Gold 2 paper (gold strip) by Nancie Rowe Janitz.
The date banner is So Daily by Pink Trike Designs.


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