This week is starting to feel increasingly scattered. I'm not getting nearly as many things done as I want to, but I am getting things done in bits.
First I'm doing a lot of babysitting for my 16 month old granddaughter, Hailey and she's reached the age where she's not only whole lot of fun - she's also going great guns and it takes a lot of energy and alertness to keep her engaged in ways that don't involve being a destructo-monster. I've got her all day tomorrow, so nothin' else is getting done then.
(I did this four times?? HOW??! I am Officially Too Old For This)
But I did manage to finish stitching a little bauble - one last little thing for Halloween this year. I hope to get it finished off before Sunday, but I'm not sure that I will. Ah well - I'm wicked enough to leave it up after Samhain's passed.
I also baked up the last of the artisan bread dough in the refrigerator - it's going to be about two weeks before I can eat properly, so I gave the loaf to Hailey's parents.
Deanna wants me to do it again - but white bread, please. I don't think I will, though, until I can eat it, too. It is too much torture to smell fresh baked bread and not be able to enjoy it.
Now having said that, I plan to spend parts of Thursday and Friday making some marshmallow ghosts and sugar cookie skulls - I know I can eat the marshmallows, at least! So, eating or no eating, I'm not letting the day go by without some sweet treats and a bit of spooky fun.
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