Saturday, January 30, 2010

Love Boxes at Cutsie cakes...

Hand Painted Love Boxes
are NOW available at Cutsie cakes... in Layton
354 N. Main Street Suite #1 Layton, UT 84041
Stop by and pick one up with some darling cupcakes for your sweetie...

Friday, January 29, 2010

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Margaret & Matilda...

Will be available in the
tomorrow... :)

Baby eggs...

I call these baby eggs because my sister-in-law feeds them to her baby.. mine loves them too.
recipe: 1 egg in a teacup
2-3 T milk
dash of sea salt
(add a little cheese for baby omelet)
mix with fork & microwave 45-50 seconds = baby scrambled eggs in a teacup.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Madame Defarge is Knitting Again...

This week in politics from Utah Homemakers for America Weekly Newsletter... Which will appear HERE... very soon.
Madame Defarge is Knitting Again..
Do you remember Madame Defarge, one of Dickens’ most frightening villains? She was a tricoteuse, one of the old women who would sit around the guillotine knitting during the reign of terror. Her knitting was not a pair of Christmas socks for a nephew, but instead a denunciation that meant death for the accused. There was no court, no judge, no trial, no jury. The denounced were condemned by their accusers and by a desperate and blood thirsty public.
In our day amazing judgments have been made in the court of public opinion using more emotional than rational and logical thought. Both political parties have been guilty of feeding the frenzy.
Many of us depend everyday on prescription drugs. ("The vast majority of drug development takes place within the private sector and not, as some claim, in government-funded laboratories..." Yet, as much good as they do for many people, the entire pharmaceutical industry has been denounced and become a target of crippling regulation.
The oil industry makes so many things possible in our society. It warms our homes, provides us with transportation, brings our food, clothing and medicines to us and yet oil companies have been denounced and drilling stopped or not allowed in many places.
The coal industry brings us the electricity to light, cool and heat our homes and cook our food, but coal has been denounced. "So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can; it's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that green house gas that's being emitted." (Barack Obama January 17, 2008 San Francisco Chronicle)
Small business has been denounced for its lack of ability to pay health coverage for employees.
Big banks are being denounced. "President Barack Obama told banks Thursday they should pay a new tax to recoup the cost of bailing out foundering firms at the height of the financial crisis. "We want our money back," he said. And, those banks "... would have to pay up even though many did not accept any taxpayer assistance and most that did have repaid the infusions."
Of course there is dishonesty, corruption and deceit in every industry, but we have laws and we have courts to punish those whose actions are illegal. I believe it is wrong, harmful and un-American to denounce and condemn an entire industry with out court, judge, trial or jury.
Now in Utah, ethics reform is being considered, Utah Ethics Commission Initiative,
where a 3 member panel (a lifetime appointment) would be able to anonymously point a finger of denouncement at any elected representative.
Who is going to run for public office under this kind of pressure? The proposal is not going through normal legislative processes, but rather through ballot initiative. It will get on the ballot because someone will be at the local mall and they will ask if you are interested in ethics reform in government. Rather than read the twenty one pages of legalese, many will just sign the petition to get this on the ballot and many will vote for it with out ever reading it simply because our public servants have been denounced.
This is mob rule, this is ignorant and blood thirsty. This is not republican government. Before we denounce our entire economy and our republic into the dark ages, we need to send the ideologies of Madame Defarge to the guillotine.
Please view the following video .. and share it with your children... HERE..

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Button, Button...

I was recently looking for some brass buttons and ran into THIS fun site.
Cute as a Button...

Friday, January 15, 2010

January beauty...

Leap Year...

You won't believe this and neither can I because I don't even know when was the last time I went to the movies (the full price movies especially)! However, I have seen this film in the theater TWICE. It's a cheesy, formulaic romantic comedy, but WHO CARES!!! I loved it, it's funny and happy and it has pretty clothes and beautiful country side and I can listen a long time to a beautiful Irish brogue. Go see it!

This stuff is amazing for curly hair and is now available for a good value at Costco.

Monday, January 04, 2010

K19 Widowmaker...

I think this film has a very compelling story and Liam Neeson's performance is really good. And, it has lots of examples why living in a centrally planned economy is a terrible idea.