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In Which I Make a Confession {PHFR}

~PRETTY~
Early morning light.
When my eyes popped open at 2:45 am and nothing I did helped me fall back asleep, I padded quietly downstairs and went about alighting the rooms with candles.  The cozy, flickering glow (and a pot of fresh coffee) set the stage for a two hour reading binge.  Ahhh.  I was actually ready to start the day when my boys awoke at 5 am.


~HAPPY~
Apparently it was the 100th day of school this week.  I had no idea but KC was so proud he wore his crown all afternoon.  He's definitely our "crown prince".



~FUNNY~
An unfortunate store sign.
Someone really needs to put "Fix Neon Storefront Sign" on the top of the to-do list.  :)



~REAL~
Ok, it's confession time.  I fell off the Gluten-Free bandwagon this week.  Hard.  As in: I made this cinnamon roll* for myself and devoured every morsel.  And I ate crusty french bread with butter, soup with pasta in it, and I may have had a chicken enchilada with flour tortillas, and well, you get the idea.  Time to clean up the act.  And I will.  Right after lunch...

*sidenote ~ try baking a Grands Cinnamon Roll in a jumbo muffin tin = adorable



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Comments

  1. That cinnamon roll looks delicious! Worth falling off of the bandwagon for, I would say. And, that sign? Too funny. Has no employee noticed that?

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    1. Apparently not - it has been that way for a month and I laugh every time I see it!

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  2. That scrapbook sign is HILARIOUS. :)

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  3. Okay, that sign is not just funny, it is hilarious! Says the scrapbooker. =)

    And, I don't care so much that you ate flour tortillas, but that you ate them in enchiladas? I must protest... kindly. Enchiladas should, dare I say, must be made with corn tortillas. Plus, correct me if I'm wrong, but they are gluten-free too? Better all around for you I'd say. =)

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    1. I know, I know but honestly, my recipe rocks even with flour torts!

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  4. If you're ever craving the taste of cinnamon roll's again, Elana's Pantry has gluten-free cinnamon bun muffin which is pretty good (http://www.elanaspantry.com/cinnamon-bun-muffins/).

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    1. Ok, thank you Ashley. I love helpful hints for GF goodies!

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  5. pretty = gorgeous. happy = sweet. funny = spit out my drink from laughing. real = now craving a cinnamon roll...and an enchilada, but with corn tortillas as well. ;-)

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    1. Offering a virtual paper towel to wipe off your computer screen! :)

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  6. I just followed your blog and would love it if you would come over and follow my new LINKY FOLLOWER tool.

    Cheri from Its So Very Cheri

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  7. That sign is too funny!
    Everyone deserves a treat now and then. ;)

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  8. Oh that sign...so so funny! And what a wonderful way to begin your day, even if it was at 2:45!

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  9. Seems to me that you were proactive in the middle of the night, rather than just lying there! Sounds like it worked for you, although I hope you don't have to do that every night!

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