Tuesday, February 15, 2011

This One Goes to Eleven

Check out my new reading light. It's a portable quilter's light used to match fabrics.  I bought this bad boy for 9 bucks instead of 20 - and I love it.

I'm home today and chores need done.  Might even get to draft 3 and 4 of my mocha pizzelle formula.  Meanwhile, check out the monster print I found in our front yard yesterday morning before going to the shop.

Have a yummy day.

Click to enlarge monster print.

20 comments:

  1. Bigfoot! Run for the hills!!!

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  2. I can run to the next mountain, but who knows? Might even be bigger monsters there.

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  3. Good light, big bloody animal print.LOL

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  4. Love, love, love the light.

    There were more monster prints but I only got that shot because it was a billion degrees freezing.

    Nice here today, sunny. Great day for doing chores and getting the house cleaned. If I can get my ass off Blogger.

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  5. Hmmm...makes me wonder what's been running around in my front yard in the middle of the night.

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  6. Make sure your whisk is sharpened before you head out today!

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  7. I'll sharpen my whisk and grab my magic ice wand.

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  8. Meanwhile, I best get my ass off Blogger and tend to my chores. Thanks for stopping by and have a yummy day.

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  9. whose print was it? and thanks for your comment - you were quite right.

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  10. The beastie has been lured to your door by all the yummy goodness that you and Tim enjoy!

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  11. A Spinal Tap reference - nice!

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  12. Does Tim get urges? At full moon I mean - there's one on the way. Scratching behind the ear with his foot and the like? * taps side of nose *

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  13. Alex: When I first showed Tim my new reading light I asked, "what do ya think?" and he said, "that one definitely goes to eleven."

    Sure thing, MS. It's your blog and why not do what you like on it? No apologies.

    Hahaha, Porky. I'll have to keep better watch. Maybe stop leaving food out.

    Hey Christian. Hope you're enjoying your new set up and I can't wait to hear about your upcoming mini farm.

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  14. the wizard of oz scared me growing up

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  15. Deep print, what was the diameter?

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  16. Great light. Do you quilt at all? Is it a duck footprint?

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  17. It scared a lot of kids growing up. Thanks for stopping by Meghan. Hope you enjoy your stay.

    Didn't measure the print, Holly. But we have black bears come across our yard.

    Yes Niki, I do quilt. Nothing fancy shamcy. Though I also make blankets and we used to sell them at craft shows, on the weekends.

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  18. It's nice to enjoy it!
    I love your humor!
    Greetings

    eaaa,eat good :))

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  19. I just Googled chupacabras. And here I thought it was a snow monster.

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