I am so close to finishing up my book work. I have balanced month end. You don't don't know how happy I am when that happens :) I just have to make some phone calls, post and get the invoices out in the mail. Yeah :)
So because I wasn't able to create today, I do have something creative to share with you :)
I picked up Ashley for lunch as she had to pick up some text books for her University course. So we ran into the book store. I love book stores.
I went in there looking to see if they carried the Magnolia magazine that Pea gave me. Nope.
But Ashley brought this magazine to my attention. It is a whole magazine dedicated to aprons. Look at this one. So beautiful. All those flowers are dimensional. Some are paper even. I think Ashley wants me to make one for a photo shoot. :)
I know I love Zombie movies and if there is ever a Zombie Apocalypse, I am the one to come to ;)
But no I don't feed on Persian cats, lol
Here is a photo of a Persian. I ate one of these in high school every single day. If they sit overnight and are not super fresh, then I cut them length ways, butter the inside part and cook them in a non stick fry pan....ohhhh yummy.
 HistoryTraditional lore is that the Persian was named for U.S. general John 'Blackjack' Pershing but the exact date of its inception and circumstances of its creation are no longer known, giving rise to competing claims and myths among people in the region. Its recipe remains a general secret with long-running debates on whether the icing contains raspberries or strawberries. Persians are often used as fundraising items to be sold at schools, churches, shopping malls, and other social events.
The Persian is a variation of the Pershing, a doughnut made from a yeast dough that is coiled with cinnamon and usually finished with a plain sugar glaze rather than pink icing. Pershings are widely available at doughnut shops elsewhere in North America.
Just thought you could use some history on these tasty treats. Yes they were originated in my home town :)
Balanced month end :)
Ate a healthy lunch and supper....does it make up for the unhealthy day yesterday?
Was able to help my daughter when she needed me.
So what have you done today to make you feel proud?
Hope you had a creative Tuesday :)