Middle-aged homesteader meets reality.
Ha ha ha! I don't see any bites taken yet. Yum!
Hahahahaha! Is that a llama?
It IS! Good eye for gingerbread forms!
Susan,Having too much time on your hands is a good thing.Human or furbie treats??Sending hugs and love,Sandy
Oh, those furbies would love to clamp their jaws on my gingerbread cookies. Fat chance. :)
Pick up those knitting needles girl! How often do you get "down time"? Or are you like me. You stay so busy when down time comes, you just don't know what to do with yourself. You're thinking, "Okay, did I forget something, someone....??
I am, I am! I am 2/3 through my second sock and working on a pair of leggings for a friend. I have a shawl on the back burner, too. Just not enough time in the day for 'important' things. OMG, you have those moments, too?
Okay, I was going to guess a sheep. I've never been a fan of gingerbread which is fortunate for my two daughters who love it. They always get my share.
I have sheep cutouts, too. I could put an entire farmstead tableau in gingerbread (or, in your case, sugar cookies). Every once in a while I bake a bunch of farm animal cookies for the barn crew. They get a kick out of them.
Oh.... I have those moments more than I care to admit to. But as long as the chickens are okay, family's okay, Punkerpuss greets me at the door, I can find my care keys and I didn't burn down the house, then I can call it a darn good day ;-)
Ha ha ha ha....that is totally something I would do!! I love it!
As with ginger bread men, I am always at a loss on which part to eat first. I prefer my ginger bread not to have heads or tails. Am I the only child who cried at the thought of eating animal crackers?????
that's awesome,how cute!!!
You are too funny!...and the llama and two trees followed the star in the sky to a manger. The llama said, "HAY!"
I love it! Wish I had some goat cookie cutters. :)