C'mon everyone, do it with me! The snow dance! You put your left foot in, you put your left foot out, you put your left foot in and you shake it- wait! Wrong dance. Oh well, make up your own!
The weekend is here! I have SO much to do. I could really use a snow day Monday. A day where small children get to rejoice in building snowmen and drinking hot cocoa and adults can relish in a few extra hours to get some things done!(Particularly those of us who don't have small children to tend to.)
For me, it's mostly some blog activity that will keep my fingers a-typin' the next few days!
Someone I know is having a birthday tomorrow and she'd probably prefer I don't mention it or do a blog post about her. Too bad.
My book Alison Hart book giveaway contest ends tomorrow at midnight, so don't forget to go here and leave a comment so you have a chance to win! I will draw and announce the winner on Tuesday.
Yes, even Boston Terriers can do the snow dance, people!At least, I think they are Boston Terriers?
I have a guest blogger sharing her story about her special Appaloosa horse on Monday.
A few of you have asked about the cookies on my header. I made them at Christmas last year, they are very yummy, my family (especially my papa!) loved them. But Houston, we have a problem- I have no idea where the recipe is! Mom- did I happen to leave it at your house? I tore it out from a magazine. I am going to try to track it down.
Update: thanks to Latigo Liz, here is the link to the chocolate peppermint cookies!! Thanks Liz!!
However, I had the most delicious pie at a holiday party last night, so I am going to attempt that.
Wednesday I will have another guest author and giveaway! Goodness! I'm beginning to feel like an agent for my own blog, hee hee! I love it. I love sharing other's stories. I've always wanted to start an interview feature. I'm sure you're all a bit tired of hearing about me anyway, right?
Okay, I'm off to eat my Cheerios then get my horse some hay before the snowy icy roads have a chance to impede that errand.
Stay warm and toasty.
And don't forget to dance!
(Thank you to Photobucket users for the great pictures for this post!)