Happy New Years!!!
You know you're getting old when the bottle of champagne bought to celebrate New Years a year ago is still in the fridge.
Anyone make resolutions for 2012? I shouldn't because I didn't stick with last years. My big resolution then was to organize my craft room aka the yarn warehouse. That didn't get done but dh promised me the other day that if I emptied the room, he would build some shelves for storage. I'm going to take him up on that.
Anyway, I am making one resolution and that is to take in stride ignorance from others. I will pray for them that they will remember the Golden Rule and think before they speak. I had some tremendous lies told about me and a relationship with a sibling has suffered tremendously because of this. Eventually the truth will come out because the truth always prevails. I have to be very strong to forget what has been said and to offer forgiveness.
Anyway, on a happier note, here's Mariah Carey singing Auld Lang Syne just for you!
(Every now and then my blog may have music playing and you can mute it by scrolling down the column on your right and muting the music player.)
31 December 2011
Couldn't sleep and had the urge for some cookies. The only cookies remaining in our house were some rum balls and I'm not too fond of them. Sooo,
Here's the recipe if anyone is interested:
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon anise seed
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup melted margarine or butter
2 teaspoons vanilla
In a small mixing bowl stir together the flour, baking powder and anise
In a large bowl beat the eggs with electric mixer on high for 4 minutes or until thick and lemon colored. With the mixer on medium, gradually beat in the sugar. Then beat in the melted margarine or butter and vanilla. Add the flour mixture. Beat on low speed until combined.
Place a slightly rounded tablespoon of batter slightly off center toward back of grid. Close lid. Bake according to manufacturer's directions. (For a nonelectric iron, bake for 30 to 60 seconds or till golden, turning once.) Turn wafer out onto a paper towel to cool. Repeat with remaining batter. Makes about 18.
Recipe is a modified version of one found in Better Homes and Gardens Cookies Cookies Cookies
I'm sorry that I spaced out posting a link for an interesting pattern on Monday. Guess it's better late than never but I do need to be more reliable about it especially since I call it "Monday's Link."
Here's a pattern for a different sort of afghan--it looks like a crazy quilt. Another thing to go on my 20 mile long want-to-do list! Enjoy and y'all have a wonderful new year.