Random Sunday Things

It has been a lazy kind of day. I am enjoying no have tos! I did make it out earlier for the bike ride and it was much cooler and a much more pleasant ride. No little creatures in the canal today.
After the ride it was get groceries and then home where I have not been too productive.
So here are a few of my favorites today:
New to me from Trader Joe's. These are almost better than my addictive Reeces Peanut Butter Cups. The salt caramel and dark chocolate are so good together

A memory from Iowa peonies. They smell so good. Loving them

My impulse purchase at Target yesterday. 1st batch was none too good. Second batch much improved

My new glass from where else Starbucks. It was filled with a skinny iced caramel macchiato. I made pretty quick work of that. Good thing I only go to Starbuck's on weekends.

I finished up my album from Carol's class last weekend. I even have pics in it. I think this is my favorite of all the heirloom albums so far. I say that until the next one comes out. I really enjoyed working in this one. I wasn't sure what I was going to do as far as pics but decided to add family and friends and a few pics of me. I still have lots of journaling to add but at least the pics are in it and the mess I made is cleaned up. So here you go Jo as requested the photos.

Dinner is in the crock pot, a load of laundry left to do and that pretty much completes my day.
Hoping all the Fathers I know are having a wonderful day.


Holly Loves Art said…
What a fun post! I will have to try that yummy TJ's bar. I love their dark choco bars. And that donut maker looks like fun... but dangerous! Meaning, it could get addicting! hee hee when we were kids, we used to make homemade donuts and they were so good.

Your book is gorgeous Sherry! I just love the color pallet and how you've layered all the elements. Very nice!

Hope you're having a great day.
Tina said…
Sherry...your book turned out amazing! Love it!! And was so excited to see my pic with you & Amanda. :)
I agree with Holly...a donut maker is dangerous! Deliciously dangerous!
I remember the peonies in Iowa too...my mom had them growing alongside our house. They are beautiful!

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