Shopping is exhausting! And takes up so much of your time, I might add. Time you could spend doing other things. More important things.
Like sleeping, for instance.
That’s what’s been lacking in my life. Sleeping time. Especially this past week. First I had to go through Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which turned out to be Cyber Week, before I could sleep, or do anything else.
Now that it’s all over, I’m hoping I can be more productive in the coming weeks, like baking some cookies for Santa, for instance.
But first, I need some sleep ? ? ?
From last week’s fiesta:
“Easy, No-Bake, and such an incredible showstopper of a dessert! Jas has done it again with her No-Bake Eggnog Gingersnap Cheesecake. It’s on my Christmas dessert list!” — Mollie
“It’s going on my Christmas dessert list, too! In fact, it’ll be the edible centerpiece of my Christmas table! There’s no need for flower arrangements when you have this beauty!” — Angie
“Irene has truly inspired me with Mole de Olla – the beef soup has tons of flavor and little baby dumplings called chochoyones. I am all over this an can’t wait to make it!” — Mollie
Mole de Olla is not only a delicious sounding dish, hearty and comforting, perfect for the colder days ahead, there is a history behind it, too! A fascinating read!” — Monika
“This exotic dish really grabbed my attention. I’d love to be able to taste vegetable hummingbird flowers, which sound very interesting and super delicious!” — Monika
“I love everything about this lo-carb Fajita Salad. Now I just need a tutorial on making an avocado rose!” — Mollie
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