My Favourite Boy finally lost one of his upper front teeth! This one has been loose for months and months. He was so excited, and I would love to show you the picture of his glowing face right after he yanked it out, but there was quite a bit of blood involved :O. So here he is the next day, still fairly excited because the Tooth Fairy had been to visit already. He insists there are no such thing as fairies, except the Tooth Fairy!
I will miss those little front teeth; mostly because when the adult ones come in they are so big and look goofy until the kids grow into them.
We had our first snowfall this week! It wasn't much and it was gone pretty quickly, but it did put me in the holiday spirit enough to buy a winter urn filler and fresh wreath for the door. We also saw this weird cloud in the morning: look in the center for the spiral.
It stretched downward for a ways and then it blew eastward and disappeared. We were wondering if it was the beginning of a tornado that never materialized. It was weird anyway.
Now back to Christmas: I joined a cross stitch ornament challenge and finally finished some so I could post it on this blog. Lots of inspiration there! Here is what I stitched if you don't see my stuff on the challenge blog:
I was hoping to make some cake pops to put in our church bake sale yesterday, but I burnt my chocolate. The sugar in the chocolate crystallized, so I couldn't use it to coat the cake pops because there was the odd crunchy bit. Instead of throwing it out I made these:
I call them Merry Peppermint Crisps. You spread white chocolate on a Christie's chocolate wafer and sprinkle crushed candy cane on top. The candy cane bits will conceal any of the crystallized sugar bits. I did not put these in the church sale! They're almost gone anyway:) I think these might go in my cookie boxes this year.
I had my first job interview in ten years this week. I was not nervous at all before I went because it had been so long I had forgotten what I would probably be asked. Once I got in there I remembered and then the nervousness kicked in. I know I was twisting one of my rings around on my finger during the interview. My hands would have been shaking if I hadn't. The job is for Wedding Coordinator at our church. I will know next week if I got the job or not. I also applied at the library, but not for any specific position so I won't hear anything from them unless something comes up. Well, hopefully anyway! With our new car payment and My Favourite Boy in a new after school activity I think some extra income will help. So wish me luck and put me on your prayer list please!