I promised my son that I would make spaghetti for him on Saturday and I always keep my word. I just didn’t realize how tired and ‘blah’ I would feel when I started cooking. I turned the television on to distract me from dazing out and ended up grabbing the wrong seasoning for my sauce. I hadn’t realized what I had put in until the smell hit me. Meaning to grab the Old Bay, I grabbed the cinnamon that was next to it instead. I was going to freak out and attempt to remove the cinnamon, but the smell was sooooooooooo wonderful. Because of that I thought about how cardamom, mace, anise, nutmeg and clove were used in a lot of Indian food and decided to leave it. It was a great choice. After all was said and done my husband and son were a little confused at the aroma as it didn’t smell like my usual spaghetti, but was still wonderful and the taste! It was fantastic! I had to hide the last portion for myself! 😝😁 Who’dathunkit? Cinnamon in spaghetti?
Thursday is my last day at the Henry County Farmers Market! Work starts up again on Friday. It’s bittersweet. But I’m going to have a sale on everything I bring. Everything will be five dollars 💵! 2 for $5 rings, bracelets, cuffs, chokers, necklaces, pendants, and bookmarks.
Thursday only! Come out to the Henry County Farmers Market in McDonough at Heritage Park!
Happy birthday to my son! He’s officially 9 years old today! Very proud of his accomplishments so far and here’s to hoping he learns from his mistakes in the past. New adventures, new experiences and I get to watch it all. Love you so much, my little knuckle head!
Time flies when you are not paying attention. It’s been 13, thirteen!, years since I said ‘I do’! I’m blessed to have such a loving and patient person in my life and look forward to the many years to come.
They say lace is what you get for the thirteenth year. Hm, what could I possibly get him in lace?
Well, the summer is almost over and I have nothing to really show for it. I’ve done a lot of writing and drawing, but nothing has been completed or finished. Money has held the finalization of two of my projects hostage. But on the bright side that means I have time to fine tune my stories and I will see them completed by tax time. 😜 Doctor visits, Tae Kwon Do classes and two accidents can really throw your plans out of wack. But, I didn’t just sit on my thumbs and whine about it. I did get a lot of inspiration and a lot of writing done. My style of writing has changed a bit, I can even say matured. I’m proud of myself and can’t wait to see what the betas think of them.
Wonderlost 2: Reunions – A Gray Spring (tying up loose ends-book 3 of my Red Summer series) – these are the two main stories I’ve been working on. The shall hopefully be edited and published by April 2019!