No, not for Christmas! My grandson , Eamon, will be Baptized tomorrow, and as I have done for his 4 siblings, I do the centerpieces, goody bags and take homes.
I got 15 large pots of white mums last week on the North Fork. They were 3 for 10.99.
I got them a week early so they could sit in the sun and be fully open. They mostly were. Plus, as it is pumpkin picking season over there, as well as folks buying mums, I wanted to make sure I could get all the same kind.
I wrapped them in foil, made a big blue bow, and tomorrow I fill finish putting baby's breath in them.
I'll take pictures of them on the tables tomorrow at the celebration.
I baked 60 loaves...Irish Soda, Banana Choc Chip, Chocolate Choc Chip, and Pumpkin Raisin.
Bagged, tagged, and bowed. I will be finding little blue circles from the hole puncher for days!
Does this seem like deja vu? It does to me! I did it for my gson's First Communion in May. Seems like yesterday!
There will be 40 children attending, so I made the candy bags, being sure to put the same amount in each bag. No crying kids if one got more than another! :)
I admit to testing the Swedish Fish to make sure they were good.
I still have to finish washing down the counters, and then the floors . After that much baking, it is a must!
That's what I have been keeping busy with! Now to get everything into the car!
Hope you have a wonderful Sunday. I am making my way through the entries to Let's Dish, but you can see I have been in the kitchen the last few days!
Thanks for visiting!
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