It was necessary—necessary, I tell you—to go to the Goodwill store this morning. Since I am making coffee every morning for the rehabbing hubs, it has come to my attention that he likes a certain type of coffee mug. Hey, we all have our preferences. That left a choice of two in our cupboards, one with the name of my former employer emblazoned across it and one with snowflakes on it, neither of which I particularly wanted to be reminded of first thing every morning.
So he needed some new mugs, is what I'm saying. I found these.
The retro kite was cool and seemed appropriate for this time of year, but the singing cow really cracked me up!
The green and yellow floral is mine. Not that I really needed a mug, but why not? It's pretty and springy, and for 49 cents, you really can't go wrong.
My daughter and her boyfriend came for dinner Saturday evening. She still looks forward to an Easter basket. I also gave her the table topper/wall hanging she designed with some leftover HSTs, called A Patch of Sun.
Do you know how difficult it is to find Easter candy without dairy in it? Thank goodness for jellybeans and Peeps and the marzipan egg. The Reese Pieces were wishful thinking, as it turned out. My geezer eyes got tired of reading the fine print list of ingredients before I made it to the very last word, which was MILK. Oops. Those went to her boyfriend.
Lucky for me, they make sugar-free Peeps!
M. helped me lay out the H2H quilt after dinner. I'm loving this one! I'm going to start sewing it together this afternoon.
As I trimmed the nine-patch squares, I put all my trimmings into a little dish. It looked like a little nest when I got through.
This chick didn't last long enough to get too comfy!