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Two years already?!?!?!?

Two years ago, this little girl made her grand entrance to the world....

It's her birthday! and she celebrated it in her classromm (her sister - in the white turtleneck shirt- crossed the hall from her own class to join the celebration)

Happy Birthday  Tete!

Want a closer look to the cake???

Lol! I made it at home and I have only two small round pans! so I had to be creative! and Tete is in love with Mickey Mouse!

Back from oblivion and just in time for the Holidays!

So many things have happened! so many crazy things! HOW ARE YOU PEEPS?????

I've been so crazy busy that for the first time in about two weeks, I'm gonna be able to go read your blogs. You can't imagine how I've missed you! All sort of things have gone out of whack. First, my BlackBerry just went off.  Died. Went were all good smartphones go. I had not realized how depending I had become in this little gadget, but it was as if suddenly I was stranded in a semi-desert  island, with no way to know how you guys were doing or share with you what I was up to.

And then came a series of small crisis. Our computer system at work broke down. Mom had to go have two small tumors extirpated and was sent home for three days to put up her legs, and she could only stay in bed for about four hours and after that she started going about the house fixing stuff up (the tumors turned out to be benign, thank God!). My  dad's partner asked him to buy out his share of the farm because his kids are now at the University and needs the money. One of my workers just told me last weekend that she is resigning because she is pregnant and her husband wants her to stay at home during the pregnancy, so she's working with us only until New Year. All of this, in the last two weeks.

But not everything was bad. My daughters had their school Xmas festival and the choir I'm directing also made it's debut there :D.

Judy was  Yellow in a mexican carol where the colors all go to the manger to paint everything pretty for Jesus. Tete was Rudolph! (I made her costume)

Also, I had a very crafty fortnight!

Remember I showed you something I had just casted on right before I dropped from the face of the blogosphere? well, this is what came out of it:

This turned out so nice that I'm making one for myself, of a muted orange and olive green stripes!

These cheeky little puppies climbed all over themselves to be in the photo! they just need a nice ribbon collar and they are ready to go to their homes!

I love how the cute little faces came out!

I also made this scarf, which doesn't look as long as it is in this photo! I'm 5'1 and when hanging by the middle from my neck, it reaches to my ankles! it is wide too. I love the chunky yarn and the colors that this photo doesn't do justice to! It looks like a shot of a frosty morning, and it is so soft and warm!

I'm doing this scarf in the same chunky yarn, in a seed stitch pattern. I might just keep this one for myself!

And yet another WIP is this lovely shells in relief pattern scarf, in a deep crimson! I think it looks like dragon scales so I'm loving it, although being of a sport weight yarn it is taking LOOONG to crochet, and so far it's eaten up THREE skeins of Vanna's Choice. I hope to have it ready for the 24th so I can wear it on our first Christmas Mass as a choir.

Well, this is what I've been up to so far. I miss you all, and I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas, just in case I'm sucked by the season's rush of parties and presents yet to be finished. From all of our family, sending you warm  hugs and our best wishes.


There's something on my needles...

Although the photo doesn't do the yarn justice... One of the presents from the list. Can I have 48 hour days for the next say 25 days?

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Giving myself time

No, peeps, this doesn't mean I'm going to give you a list of reasons why I'm not going to blog anymore. You are NOT that lucky. Ha!

This is a chance I'm giving myself to share with you one of the things I really, really dislike about myself now: my shape.

I am overweight. I'm not upset about social pressure or common beauty appreciation or what people will think about me. A long time ago I stopped giving a damn about all those things and live to please myself and my loved ones. Good thing pleasing myself involved taking ballet lessons.

And folk dance lessons.

And modern dance lessons.

And skating.

All. In the same. Week.

I sometimes danced up to four hours a day. And I loved it! I was 18 and size 0. Zero. Zilch.

When I was no longer a teen and faced other responsibilities I still worked out a lot, just because I liked it. I got up early, I worked out every day but Sunday, just for the fun of it. Lol! I ran again, after a long time, into my long time crush that now is my husband, and we started working out together. And it was fun, and hot, and sweaty and exhilarating.

I have two daughters now. Two toddlers that keep me on my toes all day and I have been using them as an excuse for not taking care of my body. Who ever thought I'd made excuses not to do something I loved???

Now I'm gonna be on a mission. I wanna take myself back to what and who I used to be. I don't know how long its going to take me. I don't know how many times I'll get off track. There are always one chocolate too many, one sweet read too many around me but I'll have to live with them. Hehe! Care to find out how is it when I fall on my butt?

On second thought... NOT HAPPENING! Take that, 40 pound flab and fat! You are SO not gonna be part of my life anymore!

And that photo at the top? When I'm done, all that Pauley will have on me is height!

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What do you think of it?

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Working with a luscious new yarn...

Lol! I'm working at lightning speed to get all the Xmas presents ready, hence my blog is neglected. But just to incite your envy: this yarn is pricey, at a very high nickel per 100 grams!!!

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I need your VERY honest opinion...

Does this make me look fat??? I heard that black was slimming but...

What do you think?
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An ecofriendly Christmas

How do you celebrate Christmas.

Christmas in my family is a huge deal. We exchange presents on Christmas Eve, for our Secret Santa during dinner. Then on Christmas morning everyone gives everyone a present. We plan the dinner for months, and we know that even if Mom and Dad are hosting dinner and both my SILs ask what can they bring, and Mom will tell them that they need not bring anything, one of them will show up with an appetizer and the other one will bring dessert and a salad dressing. And every year Mom will say that "this year I won't put up a big Nativity Scene" she'll put up a little one at the start of December but two days before The Dinner she'll put up the big (and I mean BIG one). You know, all those little things...

This year, however, Mom asked all of us not to get presents for everyone, cause money is really tight. If I know my brothers they will show up laden with presents, albeit not as big or spectacular as other years. Little old me, however, is SO broke that I'm going the eco route: I'm making/upgrading/recycling my presents.

Here's what I've got so far:

For my two nieces and my daughters I've made cloth dolls, all but the wigs made with materials I already had, and recycling a kind of gruffy looking jacket for some of the clothes.

For my three nephews: I've got tons of old magazines so I'm making each of them a ball shaped papier mache piggy bank, one painted like a base ball and two like soccer balls with their favorite teams logos painted on them.

For my two SILs, I've booked them for manicures and pedicures at my cousin's salon (she's great at it) and got a great rate !

For my three brothers: I got them each a wine bottle, and for two of them I got a deck of cards and game chips, that cost me $15 for each. For my other brother, who doesn't like to play cards, I want to look up some early Disney cartoons DVD's (he loves the look of vintage cartoons of any kind, and this way I can later borrow them! Lol!)

Now... I have to figure out what to get my husband and my parents!!! Have any ideas Of eco and budget friendly presents???

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Yesterday was our fourth wedding anniversary...

... And I had a super blog post all planned out in my head. I was going to start by remembering all the things that happened four years ago, and then tell you about what we did to celebrate...

And hubby surprised me with two presents: one I will NOT share details of with you *wink wink* and these lovely, gorgeous, one of a kind sandals! Handmade by him! Sigh!!!

So, let you have the other post I'd planned when I recover my wits and stop oh-ing and ah-ing over my lovely, pedicure worthy sandals!!!
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What do you feel grateful about today?

Me, well, I'm grateful for the little things that like this flower, put a smile in mt face...

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Dia de muertos in Mexico

We expect our dead to visit us tonight

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Freaking funny!

So I notice a piece of news in the front page of Yahoo (yup, I DO check the news once in a while) where -ahem- there's Edward Cullen. In panties.

Now please get your head out of the gutter. The nice, handsome Cedric Diggory was not caught wearing said female underwear. He (rather his blood sucking alter-ego) was depicted in such article of clothing...

And I followed the link to the source. And I was rewarded by finding this super funny blog, Twitarded, wich you can see here . There was such an  uproar made by something that was a funny joke between friends, and I still claim it was a very clever, daring, hilarious you-are-too-obsessed-with-the-guy-but-who-cares idea of their friend... and what happened only makes it funnier in my book!

I do agree. By now Rob P. must REALLY have seen them. Check out the related posts here and then the follow up here.

Crazy things happen. :D

Happy Birthday, Tony!

My dear boy, I can't believe you are twelve today! Your aunt doesn't want to admit she yearns for the chubby little apple cheeked baby but is proud of the tall big boy - I refuse to acknowledge that you are almost a teenager!- that you are today! I love you!!!

Your Godmother
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It's raining!

Rick has thrown some rain our way. The rain drove workers off the fields and customers into the cafe. This is what I see from the workshop upstairs. Don't you want to curl up with needles/hook, yarn and a cup of something warm and yummy???

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The life of Bean

Hello there! well, I got this lovely award from both Libby and Ale, so I think it is time I did my part and answered the questions!!! thank you, friends, for this lovely! If you have time, hop over to The Life of Bean's blog, she is one nice kiddo!


1. You can only use one word to answer each of the following questions.
2. Offer this to your fellow bloggers
3. Alert them that you have given them this award.
4. Have fun!!!

Okay, on to the fun part!

1. Where is your cell phone? pocket
2. Your hair? braided
3. Your mother? shop
4. Your father? office
5. Your favorite foods? italian
6. Your dream last night? scary
7. Your favorite drink? water
8. Your dream/goal? growth
9. What room are you in? caffé
10. Your hobby? plenty
11. Your fear? failure
12. Where do you want to be in 6 years? content
13. Where were you last night? home
14. Something that you aren't? sane
15. Muffins? banana
16. Wish List Item? Disney
17. Where did you grow up?country
18. Last thing you did? work
19. What are you wearing? colorful!
20. Your t.v.? old
21. Your pets? fish
22. Friends? great
23. Your life? blessed
24. Your mood? good
25. Missing someone? hubby
26. Vehicle? Mushu
27. Something you're not wearing? makeup
28. Your favorite store? Craft
29. Your favorite color? all
30. Last time you laughed? today
31. Last time you cried? earlier
32. Best friend? hubby
33. One place I go to again and again? work
34. One person who emails you regularly? Ale
35. Favorite place to eat? Home

Now, I pass it on to Merrynne, Michelle, Heather and Tammie!

Dear bloggie friends:

Thanks for all your lovely, encouraging and kind comments! I've been feeling a little better, since my parents and little brother covered for me and gave me the weekend off to recover. And my hubby took the girls out on Saturday afternoon so I could sleep. Which I did. Almost.

See, I closed all the windows, the door to the bathroom and the room so it was pitch black and cool. It was nice and cool, silent, dark. I had my two bottles of water, my propoleum, eucalyptus and honey syrup, and had changed into slacks and one of my hubby's t-shirts. In a word, I was comfortable. I lay down for an afternoon of rest and restoration.

Ten minutes later I could not sleep. That's not too much, but you see, I had not slept well the night before, and as a general rule, I've a gift for falling asleep almost as soon as my head touches the pillow. Or car back seat. Or my cupped hands under my chin.

And you know why was that? I'm almost never home without my husband or my girls. It felt weird, off. I felt so anxious, like something vital was missing. And I was by no means alien to living alone, cause I had lived a hundred miles from my family, by myself, for the duration university studies. Suddenly the realization kicked in. I was that girl no longer.

I'm gonna probably anger many so called feminist (a term they absolutely do NOT deserve, but that's subject for another post) but I felt for a moment that I had become defined by my status unto others: a mother because of my girls, a wife because of my husband. And in the absence of them, who was I? What was I?

It was a scary minute. Sans those labels, the ones I had dreamed about since I was a girl (well, after I decided not to be a nun after all, at the wise and mature age of six) what was I?

Come to think of it, I had a huge bunch of other labels that I'd come by all the choices I'd made in my life. But this particular two were playing with my not so sharp wit at the moment.

There should be a choir chord that came along with the "a-ha!" moment. Some light other than the one lighting up inside the heart. The moment when you realize you really are no longer 13 but 31, even if you always claim you never feel a day older than your teens.

I've grown, I've changed. My allegiances changed as did my heart. And that's good. Now, since I was not sensible enough to realize just how deep the changes were, I have the chore of learning to get to know myself, really know myself. That I spent doing all Sunday. And it was refreshing.

Then again, it might all be the result of a feverish mind. But I seriously doubt so. Basically I'm the same girl, minus the saccharine. A tad more of molasses instead. No additives. No embellishments.

I think I like the woman I found.

And I still love my Anne books and my vampire stories. And yarn!

How did you realize you had become grownup?
Have you?



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Guess what I'm making?

It is quite fun!!!

Can you guess?

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From the front lines

Dear Bloggie friends:

I'm still alive. I refuse to be put down by some bug, even if in this round it seems to be winning, by making me look and feel like something the cat spit out!

The day it opened fire (when I started feeling ill) I was about to share happy news with you: the bank had consolidated my debt allowing me to make waaaay smaller payments. Finally I felt I could have some kind of control -well a girl can dream- over the insanity of my financial issues. It still will require pretty much every cent I make, and since my Etsy store seems to be DOA, I am going to be a bit pressed for money. Sadly, that means that as much as I enjoy it, I won't be able to participate in swaps or buy those gorgeous yarns until further notice. At least I have my stash from the Etsy shop!!! : D

Am I rambling? Am I making any sense? My brain seems to have turned to mush. But I keep crocheting on! And in public too! Helps me keep my mind from wallowing in self pity, until I feel well.

The really down side is that I won't be able to direct choir practice tomorrow! Ooooy!!

Alive and crocheting from the battlefield,


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A love Affair (part deux)

(this is NOT me singing, it's the original score)

Against the opinion of my singing choir mates, I sang that Sunday. In their eyes, it was a transgression to the unwritten code of choirs back then: "instruments" played and "voices" sang, and since I was not really that good with the guitar - the teaching method of choice having been "sit at the end of the guitar bench and follow what the others are doing", I kid you not - I was not only any musically barrier jumper but I was not even talented enough in the guitar to be of enough "status" to be accepted among them.

In retrospect, a whole lot of things could be placed at the feet of teenage angst: we were all trying to find our places, our identities; and those who had found theirs would see this unwanted change as a threat to their "safe" place: if I had "morphed" from guitar player to guitar player/singer, then maybe their status was equally mobile. And that was scary, at least it is when you are fourteen.

I kept going to practices, covering for the singers who did not show up and so becoming sort of a understudy for every voice: if there were not enough guys, I would even sing those parts. I ended up learning each and every part of every song. Despite the cold shoulder of a few divas, I admit I enjoyed those days very much.

In the end, I realized that for me, music and singing in Mass was not only a stage (no pun intended) but were too important. After our director left for college we wandered like shepherd less sheep, and with no recognizable, permanent guidance (even the Priest who had brought us together had been sent to a bigger parish) we began slowly to dissolve as a choir. Some friendships remained, but in the case of most, the bond we had shared had dissolved, and that, as they say, was that.

Mommy Wants!

You know how sometimes there's something that just calls to you? that begs you to give it a home? I saw this lovely necklace at Designs by Vanessa's Etsy Shop and it looks just like something I would wear, with my favorite jean skirt, a white shirt and a light cardi for an afternoon out with my hubby!

oh, and if you are like me and have CADD (Craft Attention Deficit Disorder) or just want instant (almost) gratification check out her Upcycled Yarn Vase!

Time for Friday Fill Ins again!

Yaay! don't you wonder at the fact that for the first time in weeks I'm on time with this? yeah I know, you were biting your nails over it... will she? will she not?

I've been busy with two (read that, TWO) new "assignments": working with a small choir, slowly building it a bit stronger and getting ready for Xmas Eve services and Mass; and giving a cooking class for the school my girls attend.

I've been looking for resources on the web (free ones, because money is not abundant over here... rather on the scarce to non existent) and I found a very very good one, a course on Directing a choir. Wanna know the source?

The Later Day Saints. Thank you so much!!!!! it is a very complete, very instructional course that will help us a lot!

1. One week ago my nephew turned nine years old.. how time flies!.

2. _I wish I had known many of the things I know now when I was young.

3. Mama told me _to always act with the knowledge that God is watching me.

4. _Can we have a crochet/sewing/knitting/crafting fest, you and me?

5. Take your time , count your blessings, and notice the little things_.

6. For good or bad, this stage in life will pass!

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to a movie with my hubby, tomorrow my plans include work and Sunday, I want to wish you all a very happy, very fulfilling, very very good day!

A love affair

Lots of things have been going on amok in my life. It's been a bumpy ride for some time now. My present journey brought me back to music. To music for God, specifically. Before crafting, before sewing and such, I had a love for music. Which was promptly nipped in the bud by a choir director who sent me packing my bags. He said I was no good at singing, that I sang off key, and he did not have a girl's guitar class, so I was dismissed very ungracefully. I was 11 years old.

When I was 13, the Church of Santa Maria called for auditions for a new choir. 80 teenagers and youths showed up, me included. What can I say, I was an optimist, I had just had a lesion in dance class that had me wait for some time and since I had to fill the quota of classes, I sat in guitar class, so at least I knew there was something like a music scale.

To my amazement, I was one of the 25 chosen to remain and be part of the choir. I had to chose an instrument because -surprise!- I was not a singer. I knew it, accepted it and was thrilled to be part of it. I was the only girl playing guitar. I had to prove my worth, that' s what I thought when I picked my instrument. The other girls took what I considered cute instruments, really coquetish and pretty, like mandolins (still wish I'd learned to play one), tambourines, tubular bells and so. Our choir director did a wonderful job. Even if I wasn't a "voice" I felt part of something great, so great that I sang all day long when I could. I think I sang more than I practiced my guitar skills.

We performed for some years, had great times, switched director, and one day, a very odd thing happened. The musicians had rehearsal before the voices, and we were playing a song that I loved, called "Maravilloso Dios", Wonderful God. So, I start singing it just so we would see if the tempo was right. Well, it had been a couple of years and all that singing, well guess what it was? Practice! The director heard me and asked me to sing again. And then told me I would sing the song next Sunday Mass.

Oh. My.

Talk about scary. By now, a bit of the shine had worn off and two things I knew: I really had to give my best next Sunday.

And no matter what happened, I would be in hot water with "the voices".

To be continued....

Friday fill ins (a day late)

Surprise surprise! I was a day late with the fill ins this week too! oy! we go!

1. My car ___suits my personality to a T! (small, bright, thinks it's a monster truck having been "born" a Clio...)__.

2. ______The best times of my life_____ is coming up next.

3. Lately, things seem ___quite interesting... in an odd way!________.

4. ____Inside a book_______ is one of my favorite 'hiding' places.

5. What happened _____to all the extra time I'm supposed to have now????______.

6. ____Getting out of debt_______ is not impossible!

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to __a b-day party (that was yesterday!)___, tomorrow my plans include __Chillin' out with the girls and my love___ and Sunday, I want to __(hehehe!) beat my hubby at Monopoly... for once!!!!___


As if I didn't like the game already I find this out!!!!! AWESOME!


How on earth am I supposed to go on a diet when I'm making chocolate bombs like this one on a regular basis? Coffee and a slice, anyone?
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Talking about books

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Tammie, that fabulous girl in hot, humid Florida delights me with her reviews, sometimes of books that I'd never heard about but now I'm itching to read. And I love books!

There was a time when my library at home was mainly romance novel and loads of Jules Verne, Dumas, Conan Doyle, the Illiad, the Oddisey, you get the drift. Then came the classics and darker (at least for me) reading: Bram Stroker, crime novels, lots of biographies, and then the religious subjects. And through all those phases, I kept true to two authors, reading once and again their works: JRR Tolkien and L. M. Montgomery.

But now? If you saw my bookshelves at home (at my parents stayed about 70% of my books) you'd see that half of them are cookbooks! I adore cookbooks, the better if they show a bit of the author.

The Barefoot Contessa books are among my faves. Rachael Ray runs a tight second to Ina. Fr. Rick Curry can't be beat when you talk about soups or bread, and Mark Bittman (The Minimalist) has such awesome recipes with an almost nonchalant approach at cooking that makes his recipes so fresh! The ingredients are a bit hard for me to find, but I substitute!

So tell me... What is your fave recipe book/recipe source?

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Testing, testing...

Just trying to see if I can blog from my phone...

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Edit: Aparently, I can. Now you really aren't gonna get rid of me! do you like the scarf?

Just a little thank you...

... to all my bloggie friends! thanks for your kind comments and for being my friends!

I found a cute site that made me think of all of you. Operation Nice works under the premise that you can change someone else's day (life!) just by showing a bit of kindness. It can be a note left randomly, a pair of cupcakes for that lonely (or not so lonely, overworked) neighbor, a $5 in an unexpected place or a compliment in a dressing room. All of us can give a little something of ourselves, if only a smile and a nice word to our neighbors. Do unto others, right?

mmm... now I have to find a way to mail all of you a cupcake.....

EDIT: I followed a link to Melissa's other blog, 160 pages, and you should really hop over there! it is a delightful project!

So many things to talk about... (photo intensive post!)

I present to you a proud and happy family! told you my girl was 3 years old on the ninth, didn't I? well, I don't know if it is usual in the rest of the world, but here in Mexico, we present our children when they are three years old to the Virgin Mary in a ceremony called "Consagracion" , consecration. We ask her to look after them and in the ceremony the priest reads the gospel where Jesus tells his disciples to allow the children to come to him... and then the child says a prayer. It is customary to dress the child either in their best gala or in semblance to a Saint or the Virgin or even as nuns or priests. Judith chose to be dressed as the Virgin. (yes, she did. That girl has very distinct clothing ideas)

That's us! Daddy, Judith, Esther and yours truly, for once in a dress and high heels!

Here she is, bringing her bouquet to the Virgin's statue and saying her prayer

That's her godmother holding her!
During the reading of the gospel.

She was so shy this day! and so proper! she did not run or toss her flowers or ... well, do all the things she usually does! she's such a good little girl! Looking at the photos, I can't believe this big girl is my baby... I must have done something really good earlier in life to deserve her and her sister!

Afterwards we had dinner, but I'll tell you all about it in the next post..

Oh, I know you want to know what I'm working on right now.... (yeah right! you are sitting on the edge of your seats!). Fear no more, here it is! I'm working in a baby blanket for a very much expected baby, for whom I ask of you to pray for!

I received a package a few days ago that I had to -very bravely!- refrain for a while from showing to you... Thank you so much Ruth, I loved it all! I had to keep it hush hush because I'm a terrible liar.

Yeah, what does it have to do with anything that I'm a terrible liar... well, I had to tell my swap partner something cause she was starting to suspect I was her secret partner, and I had to say YOU were! so, if I showed your package she would have caught me! sorry! sorry! sorry!

Look how pretilly it is wrapped! It was such a joy to open! and inside...
... these lovely goodies! two skeins of sock yarn in girlie colors (yaay!) and three ornaments: a bell, a large snowflake and a small snowflake that will be in the hands of my tree topper, an angel.

See how cute it is? and it is frosted! it has some shimmer to it!!! lovely!!!

I think I'm gonna try and copy this large snowflake and make more for my tree and my mother's too! Thank you Ruth! you are so sweet!!!

Happy Birthday, Big J!

Today, about this time of day (noon) a certain lady came to our lives, with very little in the way of baggage but with lots and lots to fill our lives. The first days were too rocky (hospitals, both of us were in different hospitals and in different CITIES! for the first two days of her life) but she, being the resilient, brave little trooper she is, decided that nontheless, she liked the place and the family and stayed! So today she's at school, and I decided to surprise her sending her cupcakes and jell-o so she can share with her classmates.
Due to the AH1N1 alert that we are still in, the school officials suggested we do not make parties for the kids where they may be in contact with too many others and could end
anger them. But since her classmates are with her anyway, I asked and got permission to bring some treats to her class so she could celebrate with her little friends!

I made some Zuchinni Cupcakes with chocolate chips and nuts, and cream cheese frosting.

My dear Judith, God bless you!! happy birthday!!


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