Friday Fill-Ins #155

1. No, we will NOT be purchasing more than a new snowboard this season! 

2. I used to love having hot tea, biscuits and homemade jam with my grandmother at the old kitchen table

I watched the steam rising from the hot cup of coffee and thought: this cup of coffee is going to taste so much better Saturday morning when I can have it while sitting at home crafting in front of the television.

I will keep a positive attitude that things in 2010 are going to be okay.

I'll take two of each. *one set for me and one for you!* (click on link)

Customer service stinks at the two Michael's I go to . . . at least from my point of view.

And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to clearing off my coffee table and setting it up for tag-making, tomorrow my plans include nothing but creating tags inspired by Tim Holtz' 12 Tags of Christmas and Sunday, I want to take naps in between crafting!


C said...

I love the thought of your Saturday! Can't wait to see YOUR tags :-) Happy crafting my friend..oh and the picture you planted in my mind about your grandmother and having tea and biscuits! Thanks for that early morning visual :-)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

It sounds like we both had grandmothers that were amazing cooks. Was your jam homemade?

Diana_CT said...

I love your answers for #1, you can tell that you have a teenager. I always wanted a new pair of skis for Christmas.

Mana Moon Studios said...

Sounds like a lovely plan for the weekend, all the ingredients present - Enjoy!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

My grandmother's homemade jams were the best.

paperqueen said...

Sounds like my idea of heaven. Have fun with the tags; I know you will. Those were the best 12 mornings I had in a loooong time....well, since the cruise, anyway, LOL.
Thanks for the grandma memories. Mine was a fantastic baker. I can still imagine the aroma of fresh from the oven yeast rolls, so sweet they barely needed anything on them. But butter was good. Back when we all ate it without thinking twice.
Speaking of which, said grandma lived to be almost 98 and she ate butter EVERY SINGLE DAY. Just sayin'.

stephanie (bad mom) said...

I love how grandmas & kitchen tables go together...

Enjoy your crafty weekend! With naps :D