Hi there! First off, thanks to Robin from Pensieve for hosting this great blog hop! And the cute button designed to go along with the party was created by none other than the lovely lady who prettied up my blog just a few months back, Karen at Simply Amusing Designs! (if you need a new design, check her out, she’s great to work with!)
So, here it is the weekend of BlogHer ’08 and I am somewhat bummed that I am not there (especially since it’s in beautiful San Fran). I am however a strong believer in the saying, “Bloom where you are planted” and since I am planted right here in my little corner of the world that pretty much revolves around my 3 guys, I can only say that I am surely “blooming!” : )
I also believe in the saying, “There’s always next year” and by next year at this time I will have been blogging for over 2 1/2 years! So… who knows what may be going on or where I may be going by then!
For those of you who’ve stopped by for the first time, I am Elaine and this blog just represents all the miss elaine-ous (!) things that pop in my mind and happen in my life (hence the blog name). I am mom to 2 wonderful little boys, who I refer to as The B Man (4) a nd Little G (1), and wife to my sweet and handsome Tim (oh and he’s smart too!).
I love to shop, scrapbook and sing (I call it my Three S’s) as well as spend time with friends and family and travel when I can. I also have just a little bit of an obsession with chocolate. I tend to make random lists alot because frankly, that’s how my brain works. Here’s a sampler from this past week.
Please stay for a minute and help me eat some of the strawberry cake left over from my hubby’s birthday that was on Wednesday.
I am sorry for leftovers but I promise it’s still quite yummy. If you would like the recipe please refer to the bakery aisle in your local grocery store and pick up the Duncan Hines strawberry cake mix and whipped vanilla icing. DE-LISH! ; )
Ok, have fun blog hoppin’ this weekend and thanks for stoppin’ by my place. I hope you enjoyed your visit and will come back again sometime soon. And as my mother would say, “Don’t make yourself scarce.”