A treat in the washer--better than finding cash in your coat? I can't decide.
Shattered eyeshadow--sad, sad, sad
Investing in mini loaf pans to optimize pumpkin bread baking--obviously
My name in the acknowledgments of a book I worked on at the Maxwell Institute--awesome. I feel like a secret celebrity at my new job. But really, I'm sure I'm the only one who feels that way.
Josh stocked up on more wooden models, especially since it looks like Michael's isn't going to stock them anymore.
Krylon Glitter Blast spray paint + fake pumpkins--you see where I'm going with this? I knew you'd love it too.
My favorite vignette in the home currently--I loved doing the embroidery projects (the reading mudflap image was Josh's idea, actually), and I sustained several hot glue burns while assembling the wreath. The Trick-or-Treat art was a birthday present from my mother. I love it all. (PS--Did you notice the hint of teal ribbon I used to finish the inside of the wreath? I love that final touch. And attn: Allison: please note my beloved Asher Lev copy peeking out from under Trick-or-Treat frame. )
This weekend I'm going to settle in to listen to General Conference, the semiannual meeting where we get to hear from our prophet. Thought that prophets existed only for the Bible? Think again, and be really glad you did. I know I am.
I hope your week was as good as mine and that your weekend is delightful!