I'm afraid it is true, but it's a cutey and quite apt bearing in mind what I will be up to for the next couple of days!
My husband and I are hosting our Annual Harvest Dinner this weekend
our way of saying thank you to our men for putting in those long hours over the summer to help us bring in the harvest!
So I will be up to my eyeballs baking & cooking
and the best bit for me is I get to see our son Ben who is coming home for the first time this weekend
(he went off to University in September)
I am just so impressed how clean Gingy is - I always seem to end up wearing the ingredients!
Dustin Pike Christmas in July 2013 - CIJ097
DP - Country Companions Winter Wishes
Ribbon from stash
Spellbinders circle die
Shinhan Twin Touch Brush Markers:
GINGY: BR107, BR103, BR96, BR92, WG7, RP7, RP293, BG179, R140, R11, R2
BAG: BR109, BR115, BR116, BR99
GROUND: GY175, GY237, GY231
POT: BR113, BR134, BR101, BR100, WG6
ICING & HAT: PB144, BG3, BG5
SHADOW: WG7, WG5
Fingers crossed we get the marquee up soon - ie tonight (Thursday)
It should have been up hours ago unfortunately hubby got unexpectedly delayed on another job - he should be phoning soon to say he's on his way home & to put the kettle on.
Why, because he's getting the men to come over and erect the marquee by floodlight....yep you read that right - it's pitch black outside & they are planning to do it tonight!
There is method in his madness - it is due to rain tomorrow.
If I can get any decent photo's of them have no fear I will post them
I suspect it could be quite comical!!
Well that's all from me for a couple of days as I bake my socks off!
Oh and 3 pumpkins need carving.......I think Ben can do that one!
Have a great weekend everyone
see you next week :0)