How's that for a title? I'm a little slow on the posting these days...I have buried myself in my sewing castle, creating all those things I couldn't make all summer long! I'm finishing baby quilts for new babies born to friends/church family, making tablerunners for gifts and to sell in the lodge gift shop next summer....best of all, organizing everything that speaks of sewing! Organization is my passion, but you wouldn't know it sometimes when you see my room....it gets pretty messy when I'm searching for fabrics or patterns to create something new. So...sewing room photos will have to wait until I concentrate on the organization part of the room.
And we got to see one of our favorite girls...Eva! My cousins and my siblings call me Susie, but Eva calls me Snoozie...music to my ears everytime she chats!
We lived in this house from 1975 to 1985....our 3 boys were all born when we lived here...a teeny house that we didn't know was teeny until we moved into this house...
My absolute dream house! I thought we would live here forever...I even imagined grandchildren in the house! We lived in this house for almost 2 years, then found our dream resort and left Illinois with all our stuff and 4 kids and moved to Minnesota. It was fun to go back in time and see the small town where our kids lived for those years and had a great time!
Now....back to Minnesota and our resort and all the fun we have living here! Let's see...the rest of the title of this blog post...a new recipe...here it is:
Reeses Pieces Fall Crunch
12 oz. Golden Grahams
3 cups pretzels
1 cup peanuts
3 cups Bugles
24 oz. almond bark
1 cup Reeses Pieces
Mix together the cereal, pretzels, nuts & Bugles in large bowl. Melt the almond bark and pour over the mixture...
Stir gently to not crush ingredients; spread onto waxed paper...sprinkle Reeses Pieces onto wet mixture...
Let set in freezer or on counter until almond bark is hardened. Break apart and put in bags or jars to share...but taste it first to make sure it's good enough for friends & family!
The variation on this recipe is to add Mint M & M's at Christmas time...the subtle mint taste is so yummy...then you have to change the name to "Snowflake Mix"!
I don't know which flavor is better...let me know!
A post note...the Papa in our family is in his late fall/early winter mode...creating things requested by certain family members.
Here's the products of one day of work in his shop...
A lemonade stand/grocery store counter/target store/produce stand/toll booth, etc., for some grandkids in Shakopee.
A table for another little one in Shakopee...I see lots of tea parties in my future!