Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Cool November morning

It is a beautiful morning here today! Much needed moisture has arrived and the mountains are covered, while the benches and valleys received a cool, cleansing few days of down pour.
With the rain comes the mud, and the doggy boys are on limited license when it comes to getting play time in the back yard. This weather gives me more creative juice, and I am trying my best to make little projects here and there. I really love my job doing as the Marketing Director for Cornish Heritage Farms, but it has decreased my creative time substantially!
I am so excited though because we have products coming out that are so amazing! Tomorrow we are having another Saturday Evening Post release that is going to be a classic.
I just need a few more minutes in every day, LOL! (who doesn't?)
I am getting the laundry finished up and organizing the things that I need to get into my bag for my trip tomorrow. I can't wait to get to Vancouver!
A little get away is going to do me a lot of good, and I hope to get home next week renewed and ready to take it all back on again!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and the menu is already in negotiations with the family members that will be attending! What are your favorite must have dishes?
See you in a few days, and don't have too much fun without me!


Houston said...

Oooh, I must have my whipped sweet potatoes with praline topping! My mouth waters just thinking about them!

Andi (RrlScrapGal) said...

OK.. I want Houston's recipe!!! LOL!

Must haves for T-Day:
The Turkey... Dark meat please!
Garlic & Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes
A nice green salad
A great bottle of red wine...

And of course, tasty snacks for gnoshing on before it's time to eat since dinner isn't until something like 2pm (pickled asparagus, pickled baby corn, olives)!!!

Ranger and Tanner said...

have fun in Vancover...I'm totally jealous. As for Turkey day eats, last year i found a recipe for a apple pecan cheesecake with caramel sauce it was sooooo yummy!

Mary Kay said...

The only constant every year is a Tofurkey and gravy.

Rachel Carlson said...

safe travels sweet girl and enjoy. not sure of our menu this year but my favorite growing up was homemade pecan pie. happy weekend, rachel

Paper Smooches said...

I miss you :)

My Grandma's oyster stuffing...sounds weird maybe, but yummm

That photo...and THAT card are fabYOUlous!! love them to pieces!!