You better put your wraps on! You better put your three to four wrap layers on! Baby it's cold outside! Hat, Gloves, Scarf, Extra Leggins, Extra Everything, please!
My, oh my!
Even though it's so brutal outside, we managed to have some fun last night. I couldn't believe how busy it was at the shop, even though the weather was a bull. We drove Ingrid home, and then went on a snowy drive to the market to pick up some take and bake pizza's for the Friday night hunker down!
We delivered pizza to dad and M.J. and scurried off into the wintry tundra. I snapped this on the way home. My dads neighbors house. This picture does not do it justice! Festive and dad said the owner hung the lights himself. Great job neighbor!
We got up early and again braved the frigid elements for our Sunday morning breakfast gathering.
This is the last week open at the shop until next year!
I'll be closed Christmas through January 12, 2017 and re-open on Friday the thirteenth. I've already began ordering new goods for the apothecary shop on water street. Instead of sugarplums dancing in my head, thoughts of new soap flavors will be dancing.
I started watching The four seasons of Gilmore Girls. I just finished summer and really don't want to watch Fall, because that means it's done.
Keep your eye out for some celebrity guests, if you haven't had the opportunity to watch Gilmore Girls Four Seasons. You've got a friend!
I'll be laying low after Christmas for a few days. Enjoying the quiet. However, once the break is over, I'll be anxious to see and hear my fabulous customers.
I'll transport the employee gifts, customer gifts to the shop this week.
Playing Santa and delivering gifts to folks that are appreciative and thoughtful.
I received a box of these from Cara Sue. I shared some of the rich decadent little goodies with Ingrid. Such a fun holiday treat to pick and choose a Christopher Elbow Chocolate from the fancy box! I mean seriously!
January marks a month of creating. The month brings cold dark days, usually. It's refreshing to work on Spring soaps, and ponder warm thoughts when it's this darn cold!