Im a twin!

A long lost twin that is! It all started out when I joined the Bag Ladies Swap and noticed on the likes/dislikes post that there was someone who had alot of the same likes/dislikes as me.


Red, Aqua, Black and White
Vintage anything!
Pincushions and Thimbles
Vintage/Retro Prints-especially stuff from the 20’s, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s
‘Ditsy Prints’
Linen-plain or with little prints-like Japanese style
Hedgehogs! So cute! Hello Kitty, too.
Amy Butler, Tracy Porter, Alexander Henry, Michael Miller type stuff
Shabby Chic
Beads or Pendants or Charms-Silver, not gold. (I’m a bracelet whore!)
Can always use ribbons and buttons and yo-yo’s!
Chenille and Minkee! Even just little scraps or squares!
Anything felted or crocheted or knitted! Three crafts I just cannot perfect-or even come close to some resemblance of! (My granny squares turn into triangles! No lie!)

Slippery Fabrics (lol!)
Anything too formal looking…does that make sense?
Big, bold florals
Not really into cat prints. Reminds me of my mother-in-law! HA!
Country Style stuff
Licensed fabrics (except Hello Kitty that I can use for myself and my girls, and not make something to sell.)


Pink, Red and Aqua, and Brown too!
Polka Dots
Shabby Chic
Med/Large Purses
Extra Detail
Vintage/Retro Prints
I LOVE Hedgehog prints

Large floral couch prints
Victorian floral prints
Purple (unless it is a small amount in a print)

Isn’t that crazy! We are both random and say totally of the wall things in a time where no one would ever be thinking of what we are thinking of. So if you want to meet her and see for yourself how strange it is!

Also I finished something this week! It is a diaper bag, nappy style.


Boneless Buffalo Wings

Boneless Buffalo Wings


1 lb Skinless Chicken Breast

(cut into 1-1/4” cubes)

3 cups Flour

1 ½ cups Buttermilk

1 ½ tsp Salt

¾ tsp Black Pepper

Vegetable Oil

3 large Green Peppers


Hot Sauce

¾ cup Hot Sauce

¼ cup Water

1 tbsp Butter

¼ tsp Cayenne Pepper

  • Place sauce ingredients in small pan & simmer 4-5 minutes, until well blended
  • Remove sauce from heat, set aside to cool
  • Mix flour, salt & pepper in bowl
  • Place buttermilk in separate bowl
  • Cut chicken breast into pieces
  • Heat oil for frying (360 F)
  • Dust chicken pieces in flour then dip them into buttermilk and back to flour
  • Gently shake off excess flour
  • Place chicken pieces into hot oil and fry until golden brown
  • Remove chicken pieces & drain
  • Place fried chicken pieces into a bowl & cover with hot sauce
  • Place lid on bowl and shake, coating each chicken piece with sauce
  • Place chicken pieces on non-stick baking sheet and bake in preheated oven at 350 F for 20 minutes
  • Grill green peppers on stove top or outdoor grill
  • Skewer chicken & peppers alternating one after the other
  • Serve with blue cheese dressing

Granny time duh duh dundt dah duh dundt

My first granny square…..

O thats right it’s not square is it?… This is what happens when you try to teach yourself how to crochet. And this…

I have no explanation for the daisy I just started twirling and whirling the yarn around the hook and out popped a daisy!Ok, ok here is the first REAL granny. Don’t look too closely because all those stitches are wrong I later found out! Umm and maybe the fact that it doesn’t lay flat I had to beat it down to take the picture.



Well here is my second attempt at a granny square………………………….

I still need lots of practice but at least they are squares now! I’m having major problems ending the yarn! Last Thursday Holly and I went to Goodwills in Wichita, KS! It was so fun! O and we also HAD to stop off at some fabric stores. Anyways, here is Ladybug trying out my new crocheted throw. It was a score at $3.00!

And notice here on her ear how there is a white looking tip that’s not fur. I have been painting and looks like she was somewhere she shouldn’t have been!

So sweet….

…it almost hurts.  I have been seeing alot of cute cupcake things floating around flickr and blogville.  Soooooooo I had to have my own!  It was so fun making the cupcake, and also this is my VERY first apron!

I advise you to get a glass of milk with this apron!