You can pair them with some fresh fruit or a piece of gluten free toast with butter and honey. We like blueberries or a cutie orange. Makes a healthy, quick, gluten free breakfast.
My son and his family are in Paris this week. Although they had a rough first night (the landlord of the Airbnb didn't leave the key where it was supposed to be and they had to go searching for a hotel at midnight with two crying children!), they are happily enjoying a mini-holiday. My son had an appointment to see "his" manuscript the first day of their arrival, but after that -- fun. Oh, and they did get into the Airbnb the next day.
My granddaughter's favorite book is Madeline, and she was SO EXCITED to be in Paris. I am anxiously awaiting the adventures they are having and so happy they are getting to experience Paris. They walked about 11 miles their first adventure day, seeing the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Julia Child's Paris home, and other sites.
On the quilting front, I finished my king sized Christmas quilt.
This pattern is called Felicity by Kate Spain. I changed it up some to make it king size, and arranged the ornaments a little differently. I should have mitered the borders, but was determined to not buy any more fabric, so I didn't have enough. I think it will be fine for our bed. It won't go in any shows. :) I plan to custom quilt it, when I receive the backing. I ordered some 2-ply red flannel. It is supposed to be super soft. The hubby loves a thick, warm quilt.
The next adventure for the hubby and I will be to go to the Paducah Quilt show in a little less than two weeks. My Corona quilt is in the show and we are going to meet up with some friends for a day. Looking forward to that.
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