Now for the cheery part! I bought some of these yesterday when I was out and they really cheered things up. I never buy myself flowers but I got these marked down and for 2.50 I think they're a bargain! I got my Aunt some too, she has to stay in a lot in the winter. Maybe, I will continue to look for little things like this to put on my counter until we have real flowers outside. I saw green apples on someone else's blog that I thought was a great edible centerpiece.
Speaking of my Aunt Princess, she gave me these to look through. Oh my ladies the vintage treasures! My heart skips a bit looking through these old recipes. Some of them are by my mother in her own handwriting and others by my aunt, family members and her friends. I picked out a few and they look like they must be winners due to the worn look on them. The little Baking Powder book is so sweet, copyright 1933. I'm going to try these little lemon tea cakes today. We will be having a shower for my niece in March and I'd like to give them a try to see how well they would work. I just love lemon anything! I'll post the recipe later. I'll let you know how they turn out.
Have a good day, make it a good one!