Monday, March 7, 2011

the weekend was

:: work ::

:: handmade pop tarts ::

:: more snow ::

:: unstructured ::
~imagine a picture of a family in pjs here~


:: full of ADVENTure creating ::
whatever your weekend included, I trust you were safe, happy, and healthy. this week will be full of research and creating a travel journal for our upcoming trip to Germany!!

13 comments:

Stephanie said...

Those pop tarts look awesome, I've already bookmarked the receipe and my husband asked me when I'm making them :)

Modisch Schreibt said...

Oh goodness !!! Looks like a busy but lovely one :) I cannot wait to see what you have created this month !!!

Oh, and I never DID receive an e-mail from you ! How exciting that you are coming to Germany !!! Will you be in Berlin !!!!? I would LOVE to do some knitting and site seeing with you !!

Jane said...

Wow! You've been busy. I really want to make those poptarts.

From All Stitched Up said...

Sounds like a good weekend - I've been curious about how you were going to use yor passport. Germany will be fun!

stitching under oaks said...

oh the good stuff keeps coming. love your december daily peek...and what's that other little Christmas book??? hmmmm....you are amazing. Those pop tarts look fabulous. Glad your weekend was great. I hope your week is even more fabulous!

Gigi said...

My Goodness, those pop tarts look so good, and so glad you all had a p.j. day. We all need those now and then!
And you're going to Germany? How exciting! DH wants to go to visit the town which bears his family name (or is the other way around ;)?). Have fun planning!
Blessings,
GG

Larissa said...

Germany! How exciting - i'm so excited for you! Is that paper loveliness your travel journal? I'm so glad your finger is doing better - and that this small set back gave you a bit of time to slow down and reflect and reconnect with the crafting that you love most. Your love of all things paper shows in everything you create.

And now i want a pop tart - yum!

~ The Jolly Bee ~ said...

Germany?!! You are so lucky! I went when I was in college and it was the absolute best.

I'm debating whether I should show my children your pop tarts....They're addicted to the store bought kind. I'm afraid I'd be a slave to the oven if I got started making the homemade version.

Gloria said...

Those pop tarts look SO YUMMY! Especially right now,,,getting close to dinner time here.

Germany!! Wow!! Very exciting! I can't wait to see some scenes from your upcoming travel journal...:)

xoxo Gloria

At Home Mommy Knits said...

Everything looks wonderful! A trip to Germany?? How exciting!

a friend to knit with said...

i love imagining you all in your pj's.
it just makes me smile BIG! :) as does your family!
i am so excited for your tirp!!
xx

Allison said...

homemade poptarts look so good!

Jessica said...

Hi There Friend!!! I've missed you!! I'm afraid I finally gave up on blogging ;( I'm working more now & just can't fit it in. Oh well, maybe another season of my life will be more conducive.

It's been fun reading about the happenings in your life. Getting caught up ;) Oh WOW, Germany looked AMAZING!!

Just wanted to pop in, and send you my love!!
XX