I would have flowers on the table, as we visit on the porch. These are in one of my hand-built pottery vases. I hope to one day have a pottery kiln so I can go back to one of my creative outlets. I guess putting flowers on the table with a certain horse around might be a problem. Moi? I'm offended. Besides, they don't taste that good anyway!
I hope everyone's doing well as we approach the end of summer. It's still hot, but I just feel fall around me. The days are shorter than the middle of summer, so maybe that's what I'm noticing.
I will post the finished pet portrait this week before we send it to its new home.
Forgive the set-up of these questions. I fixed them four times and Blogger kindly rearranged them for me.
You need to have the hens help you next time.
- What was your biggest fear as a child?
- Who taught you to cook?
- Do you have a lot of books in your home?
- Do you like carrot cake? Patrice says frosting is good on top. If you like that cake, what kind of frosting do you like best? On top? Hmm. I guess you wear it like a hat.
- What's did the last funny t-shirt you read say? (It doesn't have to reflect your personal feeling about the topic, just be funny and family friendly.)
- I was the youngest kid, by a number of years. My parents were older. Had little friends and classmates not mentioned it, I probably wouldn't have come up with this one, but I was afraid my parents would leave me an orphan. Their age never dawned on me until other kids asked.
- First, my grandmother. Then the kitchen staffs at my parents' friends' houses. I know it sounds weird, but I was the military brat of a high ranking officer, and I was dragged to lots of parties with professional cooks. The people in the kitchen were much nicer to me than the wives of the officers.
- Tons! I'm trying to clear out some of them just so we have a more reasonable amount. As much as we love them, they take lots of space.
- Yes. Cream cheese frosting is great. I also make a caramel frosting that goes great with carrot cake.
- It said "Don't flatter yourself cowboy. I was looking at your horse."