My original plan had been to write a more personal post today but when it came time to put fingers to keyboard, my enthusiasm waned. I didn’t have the words or heart for it. Or maybe I wasn’t ready to really dig into my feelings yet. So I put it aside for another day. It will still inside me, whether I like it or not. Thankfully, I knew exactly who to steal … I mean borrow from for today’s post. 😀 Erin did a fun post on movies last week and I can always talk about movies. Always and forever.
One of many things I love about blogging is all the connections you make and how helpful so many fellow bloggers and readers are. You can raise an alarm and people will answer your call. Well, I need your help! Don’t fear — I’m not in trouble, nothing nefarious or diabolical is going on. Nor am I one of those annoying people who say they need help but then only give cryptic hints. Nope. I’m going to share my questions/needs with everyone because you have the answers I seek.
It’s time for another coffee talk with Tanya. Where I talk about what’s on my mind, also known as random thoughts. Ramblings. Or a whole lot of nothing. Or everything. It depends on your perspective. 😀 Now go ahead and pour yourself a big mug of coffee (or tea or whatever your drink preference is) and get cozy. This is what’s on my mind …
I had big plans to share some yummy dishes for Easter over at my sister site, Eat Laugh Purr. But my bout with the nasty, nasty stomach flu wreaked havoc on those plans. Because I’m no quitter, I put together a lovely round-up of Easter dishes over there and decided to share an Easter side dish here. Now you might be wondering in what world is cake a side dish? No world that I know of but I’d sure like to hangout there.
This month every book, except for one, was a mystery of some sort. In other words, I got my Scooby-Do on and put my nose to the ground to sniff out some bad guys. But not for a Scooby treat. Nope. I’m more high class than dog treats. I work for red velvet cupcakes, salted caramels and dark chocolate. 😀 And just like in Scooby Do, some villains were surprising, some were good and some were Old Man Winters (i.e. lame).
I’m back and feeling better after my lovely (not) bout with the stomach flu. Thanks to everyone for their well wishes and advice. Stomach flu is no joke and it made me very happy to bid it adieu. Of course, now I’m playing catch-up and all I really want to do is sleep and read. And snuggle with the Max Man. He seems to want to do the same as he now takes his daily naps (morning, noon and night) in bed versus in his cat tower or by the patio doors. He’s trying to tempt me to join him. I won’t lie: sometimes temptation wins. 😀