I've been down in the dumps for awhile and I decided to have a feeling blue pity party for myself and bake my very favorite cookies in the whole wide world. I'd ask you to stay and share a cookie with me, but I'm so sorry, I ate BOTH of them. Oh yes, I did!
Maybe in Just a Matter of Thyme my pity party will end, the blues will go away, and all will be well with my soul.
I do remind myself that I have FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE, which my son, Mike, stenciled for me onto these rocks. I love the way a beam of sunlight is shining on the LOVE!
My sweet sis sent me this pretty teacup from Grace's teaware awhile back, and I thought it was fitting for my feeling kinda blue tea.
In order to keep my mind busy, and besides making these favorite oatmeal raisin cookies, I also made another favorite, which are found here. After that, I decided that I needed a project and I defrosted my upright freezer that is in my garage. My late Beloved would be horrified to see all the ice that had built up in it. He always took on that task, and I had avoided defrosting it way beyond when it should've been done. It took me hours to defrost, and I took out enough icebergs to my garden that could've sunk the Titanic! Did baking and taking on this icy project help? It kept my mind and body busy, but all I can do is pray and trust God.
Thank you for coming to my feeling blue, pity party tea. Hopefully next time, I won't eat all the cookies!
This sweet granddaughter, Avery, turned 10 this past week, and I was able to take her out for dinner to celebrate her! She loves desserts and she ordered the chocolate molten cake. She also got the scoop of ice cream for free and we added that on top of the cake, too.
Thank you for your visit! xo
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: