Today, I’ll share the 2018 King Kong gingerbread house….errr….skyscraper! I see a heart and a NYC at the top of the bake. King Kong does not look appetizing. The Santa hat, however, is a great touch.
So let’s have some questions shall we?
*How difficult is it for you to throw out a broken ornament or decoration?
*Is anyone you know counting the days to the Solstice as if the day is going to magically BE the cure for SAD?
*Do you own an apron?
*What’s your favorite way to use up yarn leftovers?
*Mini skeins…yes or no?
It is not very difficult for me to toss out things that are cracked, broken or worn out. Does that sound harsh? When I come across a broken ornament, I toss. I’m very lucky and I usually get a new ornament or two each year. Now, a broken cookie would NEVER get tossed out.
I know two people who are acting like the Solstice is going to bring Summer back. Fireman and my friend Jean. The two of them completely commiserate over the dark days here. I for one, could live in darkness for a month. Cold and dreary may as well be slept away!!
I own 3 aprons. One is a crocheted apron skirt that my grandmother Olga,( Hungarian,) made for my mom when she got engaged to my dad. It is so tiny . My mom must have weighed all of 90 pounds. One was from a fellow blogger who surprised me with a gorgeous half apron that is roses on blue. I love it. The third is a Cubs full apron that I use for really messy cooking.
My favorite way to use up leftover yarns is to make Small ornaments or keychains for pals.
and Mini skiens. No. I don’t like weaving in ends. I’m lazy that way!
Have a great Thursday. Enjoy the short days if you can. Love every light you see and everyone you see as a light in your life. You are in mine!