This seems to be the year for weddings for our friends and family. We’ve already attended a few and have at least one more left this year. From all these weddings, I’ve definitely picked up on a lot of cute ideas that I’m planning on sharing on this blog.
One idea for a party favor are customized chocolates. They are easy to make, and you can make them in the wedding theme colors. You can also customize the flavor by adding flavor oil extracts. You should be able to find all your supplies at your local bakery supply store.
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I like to take a power nap after work. Unfortunately, lately, I’ve had the hardest time waking up from them. Apparently, Mr. P discovered the best method to wake me up is to crinkle a bag of chips. I feel a little ashamed that it’s what wakes me up, but so far it’s worked every time.
Mr. P and I have been super busy lately. Our schedule is currently booked through June! We’ll try to keep posts as regular as possible, but there may be some weeks we just don’t have time. While I do have some time right now, I wanted to share a recipe we’ve been making a lot.
Our current favorite cookie recipe is an easy Nutella cookie recipe.
It’s simple (only 3 ingredients!), the cookies keep well for days, and the cookies are chewy and taste like Nutella.
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This is the story every time Mr. P and I go grocery shopping together. He somehow vanishes with the cart and I waste valuable time walking up and down each aisle while carrying a bunch of groceries and calling his cell phone with no answer. I had a conversation with a friend not too long ago over a meal and she mentioned that the same thing happens to her. Does this happen to you?
A lot of the strips poke fun of Mr. P, since I’m the one writing them. I’m obviously not perfect either. Last week, this situation happened, causing Mr. P to laugh so hard, I had to memorialize it. It’s definitely not a “one time” situation. It basically happens with any sweets: cakes, donuts, cookies. Mr. P always tells me to buy double of everything now since half of the sweets don’t survive the car ride home.