Scenes From My Weekend

Fresh mango lassi on a day spent playing hooky
Writing again; fun surprises in store for the kids at SOLD
Baking turtle thumbprint cookies
at the hubby’s request for “awesome cookies”
using a handwritten recipe passed down from his mom.
Turtle thumbprint cookie results.

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Here’s a few glimpses of my weekend. How was yours?
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9 thoughts on “Scenes From My Weekend

  1. Oh wow. Wow. WOW. WOOOW! Send those cookies to me NOW. Also- wow. And can I say that your weekend looks MUCH more relaxing and in healthy than mine. I'm envious. And I'm envious of how hot it is there. And I'm also… very VERY happy for you!!!!

  2. I'm not sure what had me drooling more — the coffee drink, the fresh grapes or those amazing looking cookies! Your weekends always are filled with sweetness. And I'm seriously thinking I need a trip to your neck of the woods because it's STILL snowing here and it's March 18. Oh, the agony of forever-feeling winter. And the beauty of your long-seeming summer!

    • I check with my MIL to see if she would mind if I shared the recipe and she said no problem. So I'll post it up here later this week!

  3. So much beauty – but it's the hand written recipe that gets to me. I'm very attached to handwriting. It's a way that we know people. As we scrapbook, I encourage people to write in their books so they'll have their handwriting recorded. And to save letters. It's amazing how it connects us to people.

    • I love handwriting too! And my MIL has such pretty handwriting too! She gave me a whole book of handwritten recipes for Christmas one year. I treasure it so much!