Isn't this a cute cupcake holder? I want to get one. . .
I know this photo is almost identical to yesterday's, but I don't get many chances to get photos of my kids, so want to work with this one today. The first is SOOC.
This second is with the person on the left cropped out, the brown thing by the right of the chair cropped out, Lady Ren's gentle color boost. I tried to crop out the strand of hair across my daughter's face, but for me, it was hopeless, so I left it alone.
Now, several of you wanted to know about the plate of food Dianna is holding. This was at an outdoor wedding shower, and as near as I can tell, these were large dill pickle halves, rolled up in slices of turkey or ham, and a layer of cream cheese. It sounds totally bizarre, but was extremely good! And looks formidable!
And, I just want all of you to know about another thing to add to your Worry Lists (in case you're lacking in items!) Yesterday, my dh called me at work and asked if I knew a Denise W. . .
"Because I have her credit card in my wallet."
"Do you have yours?"
"Umm, . . .no."
I checked on-line, and after the wedding shower, my dh and I went out to eat with my daughter (guess we were still hungry after the pickles!) at a Thai restaurant. We paid with a credit card, and apparently, they switched out card with someone else's, and gave "Denise" ours, and us, hers. He called the restaurant, and Denise had already brought his back in.
My husband mailed Denise's card to the restaurant (it's 70 miles away from us) . . . along with $10 to cover the cost of the charge he made at another store WITHOUT REALIZING he had someone else's card! (So forget that thing about comparing signatures; Denise, Doug, . . . doesn't matter. And apparently,not even the gender!) Supposedly, the restaurant is mailing ours back to us.
The moral of the story is, check your credit card when you get it back at a restaurant. It might be Denise's, and not yours!