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Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: hollyelise] #360048
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holly... we keep loosing power but i live in a town wehre there is an energy co-op so the people who loose power are the ones fixing it so it tends to come back on quicker.

But yes.. I am definately thankful for the power


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Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: Lady J] #360049
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oh my! Well i hope the power stays on from now on. Bless the emergency crews who work so hard to get things up and running again. smile

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: hollyelise] #360256
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More productive work.

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Today i'm looking forward to:
Wrapping Christmas gifts i made. Baking cookies later. Doing calligraphy. Hearing from YOU and others here! laugh

Re: What are you looking forward to today? [Re: hollyelise] #360333
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cookies, yum.


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hahahahaha! laugh

yes, it's not like i need cookies around the house, but i'm planning on taking them into the store for my knitters this week. They'll probably hate me for it... laugh

Last year i made "cookies in a jar" for gifts. You take an old jar and there are recipes online and you layer the ingredients in the jar, put scrap fabric on the top to cover the lid, and print baking instructions off on your computer. It makes a nice, inexpensive gift.

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I am looking forward to my husband making dinner - He's off this week and I am working, so it will be nice to come home and not cook. Holly, I had the idea of making the cookies in the jar for my sister in laws bridal shower (as favors). My other sister in law wanted to choke me because she said it was very time consuming and messy. I don't know, I wasn't there hee hee.

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oh, not really. I've done it and i did not find it that way. Also, if they aren't the baking types you can also do something like mix herbs... a bouquet garni... or a rub.

Or you can make bath things easily... like scented and colored bath salts and put them in clear jars. I think making cookies is much more labor intensive than gifts in a jar.

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Today i'm looking forward to working with gold on my calligraphy. I didn't get around to the cookies yesterday, so i will see if i can find time tonight after class. And i'm working on a lovely soft scarf in oranges and reds for my dad's wife.

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I'm looking forward to watching Part I of Jane Eyre, knitting lace in a yarn called "happy dance," and reading later.

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