Honestly, the highlight of my Halloween probably falls around 8:30 or 9:00 pm. You know, that special time when you wave the kids back from the door, frantically shushing as you crawl in stealth mode towards your curtains and pull them closed from your position laying on the floor underneath the windowsill as your husband runs through the house making sure that every light is turned off and there are no visible signs of life.
That’s what we call closing time:)
Then we roll right into today… November 1st, the day when breakfast is coffee and Kit Kats and it’s time for some good…ish housekeeping;)
Thanks to a rare combination of insomnia, thoughtful gift giving and leftover buttermilk, I was able to kick breakfast up a notch this morning!
So, on the left, old man Fookwire:
On the right, a cartoon cat making a snow angel… or 1980’s car window Garfield! Anyway, my kids were thrilled!!
Pancake molds, not as easy as it looks.
The ones that I actually used…
Now do you see it? Who guessed X-Wing and Millennium Falcon? If you did get it, don’t get cocky.
If you didn’t, well, you have disappointed me for the last time!!
The directions don’t specify, but you need to use the force here. There may be no try, but there’s definitely a learning curve.
check it out: better, right?!
The freezer is stocked. What’s that blue thing in the bin with the ice?
The Dark Side has Lemonade now.
Special Thanks to our family out in Salina. It took us a while to break out the pancake molds, but they’re pretty fun!
The only downside,
this is what my kitchen looks like now:)