Saturday, November 30, 2013

Chicken Nugget - 35 Weeks

35 Weeks

I'm at the point in pregnancy where I feel 100 weeks pregnant rather than 35. I have a definite waddle and I'm slow. I take a long time to walk places and I can so feel it in my hips when I do so. But I have a toddler so laying on the couch is not an option. This holiday weekend has been wonderful though as Scott is home and keeping up with the toddler. 

Our timeline to meeting the Nugget is getting shorter and shorter! Only 4 more weeks. It's weird having an eviction date because I know exactly how long I'll be pregnant unless I go into labor early. 

We have a lot to pack in these last four weeks as a family of three. The holiday season is in full swing and I want Molly to do everything before we enter the quieter newborn period. Molly has been busy kissing my belly and patting the baby. She yells, GENTLE as she hits my tummy which is amusing now but I'm sure hoping she is gentle with Chicken Nugget though. 
Friday, November 29, 2013

Food for New Mothers

A friend recently had her second baby and another friend put together a meal train for her. I am so in love with this idea and was thrilled to be a part of it. 


I quickly decided to make her a favorite dish of mine, Weelicious Baked Shells but because her family are not big meat eaters, I subbed the turkey for spinach. I love this dish because it transports well, freezes well and makes a large batch without much effort. Additionally I was able to make it the day before when I had time without worrying if it would lose freshness. I also bought a bagged salad (because hey I am 35 weeks pregnant and tired!), some bread rolls and made some lactation cookie dough for fresh baked cookies. 

Lactation Cookies

I decided to include a rice bag warmer (look for my Pinterest post next week on this) as a small present to my friend. Breastfeeding does a number on your neck and back so I'm hoping a warm rice bag warmer will help relieve some of the tightness. 


What do you like to include in food deliveries to new parents? 
Thursday, November 28, 2013



Today I am thankful for....

  • The very best husband!
  • An energetic two-year-old!
  • An active inside baby!
  • A wonderful family!
  • The best and most supportive friends!

What are you thankful for?
Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The Wednesday Links from Around The Web 11.27.2013


The Christmas Present Pile-Up and How to Avoid it We started doing this with Molly last year and will continue it with Chicken Nugget. Basically the concept is that you buy "Something the child wants. Something the child needs. Something to wear. Something to read." I love the guidance this gives me in gift giving and that it keeps us from overwhelming our house with useless, junky toys. 

10 Things that helped our toddler adjust to a new sibling I'm taking each and every one of these tips from Emily and applying them to Molly. 

Last moments between pets and their owners I'll just be quietly sobbing in a corner over here.  
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Prepping for Thanksgiving


A few years ago, I hosted my first Thanksgiving and it was a very big deal (because sometimes I make things into very big deals when there is no need)! Since then I've hosted a few more times and now it is not a very big deal. I'm not hosting this year due to being smart and waiting for my parents to offer up their hosting abilities but I thought I'd still share a few lessons I've learned along the way.

work/play - I spent the day working in the kitchen prepping for Thanksgiving. It made me very happy! #fmsphotoaday

1. Thanksgiving is all about preparation and organization. Make a schedule to keep yourself on track. 

2. Create a menu that you can re-use for years to come. People like tradition at Thanksgiving. If you want to experiment, switch out a few dishes but there is no need to start from scratch every year. Remember you want to make this easier as the years go on, not harder. 

3. Keep your Thanksgiving Recipes in one document along with your schedule. I suggest printing this out and keeping it on your kitchen counter as your prep for the meal. 

4. Keep it fun! Something will go wrong. My first year hosting, I burned the marshmallows on the sweet potato casserole which was hilarious. My family still taunts me about it. I'm bringing the sweet potato casserole this year and I'm sure they will tease me about burnt marshmallows again. 

5. Be Thankful! Thanksgiving is a time for thankfulness. Be thankful that you have the ability to make such a grand meal. Be thankful that you get to celebrate with family and friends. Be thankful for the day. 

Monday, November 25, 2013

24 Months (Two Years) with Molly Pop!


Molly, You are TWO YEARS OLD! I can't believe what a big girl you are. You talk to me all the time and do such amazing things. I still can't believe that two years ago, you burst into our lives and I can barely remember a time when you weren't a part of our family.


Two years ago, you made me a Mother and in just over a month, I'll be making you a Big Sister. I hope you are ready for this awesome responsibility. Your sister is going to need so much guidance from you and I couldn't have chosen a better teacher for her.

Molly's dental visit was loud with lots of screaming but it ended with a balloon so all is forgiven. Time for lunch!

You've had a lot of check-ups in the last few weeks and you've done pretty well at most of them. You saw the eye doctor and you have great eyesight! You visited the dentist and your teeth are sturdy and strong. You had a developmental screening and are totally awesomely normal (genius level actually). Today you have your 2 year check-up with your doctor and then you are done with check-ups for awhile! I think you'll be grateful for the break.


You still love co-op preschool and playing with your friends. I also signed you up for a gymnastics class. Your first class was a bit intense so I'm hoping this next one is easier for you. There are a lot of directions to follow and being two, that means you have a hard time following them.


You are a charmer and full of personality! You get the giggles when people make you laugh and love playing with your Dad and Grandpa. You do a lot of puzzles and it is fun watching you problem solve.

Someone I Miss #fmsphotoaday I miss this little face when we're not together (which is rare).

You are still not sleeping in your big girl bed. It's made of lava or something but after a terrible bout of sleep this month, you are back to sleeping normally.


We took a trip to San Diego at the beginning of the month for Motty's wedding. You were an awesome traveler and had a great time hanging with your Dad and Grandma and Grandpa while I was busy with my bridesmaid duties.

Wedding Family!


We lucked into an extra seat for you on the flight to and from San Diego which was awesome! You watched Curious George on the kindle and eventually drifted off to sleep. It made for a delightful flight.

Molly, this is my last monthly letter to you. I'll still write some but not every month. I hope you enjoy these when you are all grown-up and can see what a sap your Mother is. Your Daddy and I love you so much and we are so excited that you are our daughter. You set the bar pretty high for Chicken Nugget. She's going to have to live up to your legacy (but I suspect she'll make her own legacy!). Happy 2nd Birthday, Sweet Pea!


Saturday, November 23, 2013

Chicken Nugget - 34 Weeks


This week has been so much better! Molly has been sleeping again which means I've had some time to myself. This alone time is so precious that I'm selfishly hoarding it while also wanting to spend all my time with just Molly as soon we'll have a new sidekick to our troop. 

I'm feeling HUGE and I don't remember being this big with Molly. I can't wait to see how big this little girl is. I have a growth ultrasound in a few weeks and then in five weeks, I'll see how accurate that test was. FIVE WEEKS! This means Christmas is almost here and then I'll have a new baby! 
Friday, November 22, 2013

Brown Sugar Crock pot Applesauce


Back in August, we visited a restaurant in Cannon Beach, OR that served the most delicious Applesauce I have ever had. It prompted me to ask the chef for the recipe and he graciously shared it with me. 

Being me, I tweaked it a bit (especially since his recipe called for 10 lbs of apples and made a gallon of applesauce) and decided to make it in the crockpot. I'm so happy with how it turned out and it makes a delicious sweet treat for Molly at dinner. Yes, it is heavy on the brown sugar but I'll be honest, that is what makes it so good!


Brown Sugar Crock pot Applesauce
Makes 6 half pint jars

7 large apples (appox 3 lbs), peeled, chopped and cored (I used honey crisp but use your favorite)
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1 cup brown sugar
1 Tablespoon bottled lemon juice
1/3 cup water

1. Assemble ingredients in the crock pot. 
2. Cook on high for 4 hours. 
3. Using an immersion blender or food processor, blend the apples until smooth. 
4. If canning: Ladle the applesauce into your clean half into canning jars. Wipe the rims clean and place lids on jars. Screw on jar bands and process in boiling water for 10 minutes. After letting the jars rest in the hot water for 5 minutes, remove and set on a towel for 24 hours. Check seals and store in a cool, dark place for up to a year. 

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Pinterest Thursday - Birthday Party Decorations

I'm in the final throes of Birthday Party preparation over here. I've assembled the favor bags, I printed the Pin the Tail on the Giraffe game, planned the party food and now it's crunch time! But I almost forgot about the party decorations! I was thrilled to find the two pins above because they gave me so many ideas!


I bought CHEAP zoo plates and cups at Target which thrilled me to no end. Molly loved them so much that she hugged them as we went through the store. She is going to be so excited to actually eat of them on Sunday. 


I bought this cute cupcake set and banner for a more decorative vibe!


And I'm busy making a Happy Birthday Door Banner along with some food place cards. 

OK I feel ready now except I still need to make the food and clean my house but hey I have a few days! 

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Wednesday Links from Around The Web 11.20.2013

Winter Growth

The truth about Motherhood Some of this had me nodding in agreement and some of it had me shaking my head. We'll just have to see where I fall when I have two little girls in my house!

Dorothea Lange and The Migrant Mother

Pie Chart Guide for Seasonal Pies I'm so looking forward to having ALL the PIE in January

End the War on Autumn!

Turning the tables on anti-abortion protesters This landlord is AWESOME! I wish all these anti-abortion protesters would put their time and effort into helping underprivileged children and stop their current protesting. 

A Cure for the Allergy Epidemic? Fascinating read!

NaBloPoMo November 2013

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

I'm Smitten with my Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar!

Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar Mittens

I did it! I finished my Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar! I have to say once I got on a roll with the mittens, they actually went really fast. The problem for me was keeping my attention focused enough to make all 24 mittens. 

Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar Mittens

I ended up making four mittens in six color variations: white, red, green, white/red stripe, red/green stripe and white/green stripe. I really like how they all look together! 

Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar Mittens

So now I've crossed another goal off my 8 in 2013 goals:

Smitten Holiday Advent Calendar Mittens
Monday, November 18, 2013

Author Interview: Stephanie Pajonas

I spend a lot of time on Twitter and before that I used to obsessively read knitting blogs. Along the way I 'met' Stephanie Pajonas. She's an avid knitter who has become an avid writer. A few years ago, she decided to write a book, actually a series of books and then did it. I was one of her beta readers and her stories really drew me in! She recently began self-publishing her books and I knew I had to share Stephanie and her amazing work on my blog. I asked her if she'd be interested in participating in an author interview and she was! I hope you enjoy meeting Stephanie as much as I have! Our interview follows below:

1. Give me the title and genre of your latest books along with a quick description.

My latest book is REMOVED, Book One of the Nogiku Series, and was published in September, 2013. It’s New Adult Science Fiction Romance, and the first in a series of four novels. The story is about a young woman, Sanaa, who lives in a future post-apocalyptic domed city populated almost entirely by the Japanese. She is a successful and smart engineer, but she is taken suddenly from her job and tasked to help follow the main crime leaders of her city, the heads of the three major Japanese clans. During the course of her new job, she’s asked to also learn how to swordfight so that she may defend herself. Her new job is quite dangerous. She falls in love with her young teacher, Jiro, and, through him, becomes aware of secrets about her family and the city she’s lived in all her life. Discovering the truth about both her family and city will put more than Sanaa in peril. It will bring about a major change to the entire city.

2. What inspires you to write? And how do you keep the inspiration flowing?

I find that I’m an anomaly amongst writers. I don’t have constant ideas flowing through my head, but instead, I get one good concrete idea every so often and have to run with it. When I have that ah-ha moment, I really have to sit down and work on it right away. Even if it’s just jotting a few notes into Evernote. I try to relax and let the ideas come when they may because I rarely have an idea I don’t follow through on! And only one or two new ideas a year is all I can handle.

3. What is your writing process? Tell me about how you write and where.

I write mainly at home or out at places like Panera or Starbucks. The employees at my local Panera know me pretty well at this point! I write exclusively in an app called Scrivener (from Literature & Latte) that gives me the ability to collect everything I need to write in one place. I am not an outliner. I write by the seat of my pants (this is called being a “pantster”) mostly. For the last book I wrote, I sat down and wrote a brief description of what I wanted to happen, but I deviated from that for the draft. I like to sit, write, and see what happens. My first drafts are crazy usually but I love to revise. Revisions are where the magic happens. I typically write six to seven drafts before I have something close to publication.

4. You have two children, how do you fit in writing while also tending to their needs?

Luckily, my children are in school for a short portion of everyday, and I do write while they’re gone. I also get in some time every afternoon to write or take care of business correspondence while they play independently. If I need more time, like if I’m on a deadline, I will work in the evenings after they go to bed and/or I will wake early before they do. This past week I was revising book two of my series, RELEASED, and I woke at 5am everyday to get them done. I was a wreck by the end of the week, but the revisions were done, and the kids were still alive and happy! I consider that a win.

5. What advice do you have for anyone with children who wants to write?

If you really want to write then you have to carve out some time each day to just sit down and do it. Whether you work with your partner/spouse to get you that time (they cover for you, etc), or you hire a babysitter, or you learn to live on less sleep, you should find the time to put your fingers to the keys or pen to paper. If you can’t do any of those, how about just finding 10 minutes everyday to jot down ideas? That way, when the kids are older and a little more self-sufficient, you can open your notebook and find a wealth of ideas ready to go!

6. Tell me a little bit about your cover art. Who designed it? Why did you go with that particular image/artwork?

I designed the cover for REMOVED, and I will continue to design covers for the whole series this round. Like myself, my covers are also an anomaly within my category and genre. They don’t have people on them, and I did this for a few reasons. First, I’m an independent author and self-publisher which means that I have limited resources for stock images. My characters are Japanese and finding good stock images of Japanese (or even just Asian) people who fit their descriptions was difficult. It was next to impossible. So, Plan B was to use images that fit the themes of each book. Most of the photos are from my own archive of photos I took while in Japan in 2005. REMOVED’s cover has omikuji (paper wishes) tied to a tree on it, and they are significant to the events of that novel (New Year’s Eve and wishes that are made on that night). RELEASED’s cover has colorful paper cranes on it, which are also significant to the events of that book (a wedding and the need for luck and protection).

7. Who is your favorite character from your book and why?

You would think that my favorite character is Sanaa or Jiro, my two main protagonists, but it’s really Mark Sakai. He has a whole wealth of background and history, and we only see glimpses of what he feels or knows. In the beginning of REMOVED, most readers don’t know what to think of Mark, but by the end, he’s one of your best friends. I know I spent many nights wondering about his past and how he came to be the man he is when Sanaa first meets him. I’m dying to write his story! I think prequels are in order.

8. How about your least favorite character?  What makes them less appealing?

I obviously have bad guys in the books, but I find Mariko my least favorite character. She is challenging. A mother figure who obviously cares too much for her family. She makes some bad decisions in the second book, RELEASED, that will have ramifications for the entire series. Sometimes it’s easy to empathize with her and understand what she’s going through and other times I want to tell her that she’s making a big, huge, enormous mistake. She’s destined to make these mistakes though.

9. What other books do you have in the pipeline?

Book two of the series, RELEASED, will be published December 17, 2013. The only reason I was able to publish the first two books three months apart is because I have been working on them for two years. After this, I have a novella in the works for the series, plus the third book which has already gone through two drafts. In the spring of 2014, I hope to have my contemporary romance novel, a story about two very different people dating digitally long distance, ready for either self-publication or submission to traditional publishers. I haven’t decided yet what’s right for that particular novel. It is also the first book in a series I have planned for the characters that appear in the story. I expect to find at least three novels within that series.

10. How would a reader get ahold of your book(s)?

My books are available in a number of places. Amazon has both the paperback and Kindle versions of my books. They are also available as eBooks from Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iBookstore/iTunes. (note: Links are listed below)

11. You decided to self-publish your novels. Can you tell me why you decided to go that route and what you have discovered through the self publishing process?

I decided to self-published after a number of crazy things happened earlier this year. I had an agent who was submitting REMOVED as a Young Adult novel to publishers, and we were not getting responses or the kinds of responses I was hoping for. A lot of editors said that they liked the concept a lot but were publishing similar stories. So, since the Young Adult market seemed to be saturated since the publishing of THE HUNGER GAMES and DIVERGENT, I took back my novels from my agent, we parted ways, and I changed the protagonists’ ages to twenty-years old and up. This brought my series into a new and burgeoning category, the New Adult category, which concentrates on characters and life events that occur between the ages of 18-26 years old. I ultimately decided to self-publish because I have the skills to do so. I have 15 years of experience in web design and coding and felt I could put those skills to use self-publishing, and I have! It’s been a lot of fun, and I’ve enjoyed it.

12. Do you have any unique talents or hobbies?

As you know, I knit. Not as much as I used to, but I’m finding the time between drafts and revisions to get in a few stitches here and there. Before fiction writing, I was the editor of an online knitting magazine, Popknits, where I not only wrote and edited copy on the website but also designed some knitwear. I have retired from that profession now! I wish I had more time for it. I’m also really into astrology, and you’ll find it in every book I write. My favorite summer pasttime is hula hooping. I have a few videos on Youtube that highlight my meager skills, and I talk about my experience hooping on my blog as well.

13. Is there anything you'd like to add that I missed asking you?

I really love writing and putting my books in the hands of readers. It’s become a life goal now to keep writing so that people can keep reading. It’s a lot of work, but it means the world to me to hear that people have read my books and loved them, or even if they didn’t love them, it made them think. I hope to keep sharing with the world for some time!

If your readers would like to check out REMOVED before purchasing, I have the first two chapters (with two more to come) up on Wattpad or they can get a sample from the Amazon Kindle page

14. How about about a snippet from your book that is intriguing and tantalizing?

“Sanaa, this is Koichi Itō, and his son, Jiro, whom you’ve met before. As you have probably guessed, you will be learning to sword fight with them.”
Fantastic. A guy who is totally my type and any prospect of romance is about to be submarined by a business relationship, a teacher-student relationship. How the hell am I going to pull this off when I’ve already flirted with him once before?
Jiro is studying me, gauging me like Sakai often does. This must be a family trait. Looking at the three of them together, they are definitely related. They could all practically be triplets in their Nishikyō grays and solemn expressions. I sigh and turn to Sakai for reassurance as he lays a hand on my shoulder. This is not what I expected to happen today.
“Sanaa, I know your mother never cared for sword fighting, but, since you’re already more than proficient in karate, I figured this was the next logical step.” Sakai turns to Jiro. “Don’t think she can be easily defeated, Jiro.”
Sakai is boasting about my skills? I want to tell him to shut up before he gets me in trouble, but he seems sincere. “She has her father’s determination.”
Sakai’s eyes are hard on Jiro, and the two stare at each other stonily before Jiro gives in.
“Hmmm, we’ll see,” Jiro says, walking to the wall of wooden swords. Uh oh. I think I’m about to be tested. Too much talk.
He takes two of the smaller swords and tosses one to me which I fumble and drop on the ground. I am so unprepared my face practically bursts into flames. I reach down and pick up the sword, copying Jiro’s stance, but he hasn’t made a move to lunge at me like I thought he would. Instead, he is watching me stare at the sword.
“It’s real wood!” I exclaim. The strong grain weaves up the side, and I follow the wavering line all the way to the tip with my fingers. The sword is nicked and dented more times than I can count.
“We’ve had them for centuries.” Jiro smiles at me, holding his sword tip-down in front of him. “Passed down through our family for generations. Newer ones are available, but they’re all composite.”
I heft the sword in my hand. Light but sturdy. Surely fighting with a sword can’t be that different from fighting with your hands. What have I gotten myself into?

Where to Buy Removed:

Amazon (Paperback):


You can also find Stephanie here:


NaBloPoMo November 2013

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Sunday Favorites

This week's photos show a lot of knitting and I'll admit it, I'm nesting a bit which means I'm knitting A LOT! Winter + Late pregnancy = Knitting for me. I remember the night before I went in to be induced for Molly, I started adding so many projects to my knitting wish list. For some reason, I thought if I added them to my list, they'd get knit. Sadly two years later, they are still in my queue! Enjoy my favorite pictures this week! There are some spectacular ones in here.

1. I am rooted, but I flow.  - Virginia Woolfe -, 2. Stitching, 3. Late Night Swatching, 4. First day of summer, 5. Wool People 6 | Designer Roster, 6. Untitled, 7. Spaghetti Squash with Kale, 8. kate's sweater, 9. We Call Them Pirates Lining, 10. Graham cracker ice cream sandwiches, 11. Nearly Gone, 12. Do you Oakshott?, 13. life-changing, uncluttered chicken broth, 14. week two hundred & twenty six, 15. Lauren + LA =, 16. Notes Leeds, 17. <3 a="" itsinthedetails="">, 18. Spirograph, 19. Happy Halloween!, 20. You lookin' at me?, 21. Day 2470, 22. Mackinac Mitts, 23. Paleo Blueberry-Kale Egg Cups, blogged at #paleo #whole30 #baked #food #eggs, 24. here you are, 25. diminishing

NaBloPoMo November 2013
Saturday, November 16, 2013

Chicken Nugget - 33 Weeks

33 Weeks

It has been a week around here! Molly has not been sleeping well and that is just causing me to be exhausted. Something I guess I'll need to get used to soon! But I'll be honest I was looking forward to a few more weeks of good sleep. 

I had a bit of protein in my urine at my doctor's appointment this week but my blood work came back all clear so that was good. Chicken Nugget did excellent on her weekly u/s and NSTs. 

Otherwise, I'm just getting ready to meet this little girl in 6 short weeks! I'm excited for Molly to have a sister and to meet my newest daughter. 

NaBloPoMo November 2013

Friday, November 15, 2013

Lactation Cookies


As part of my freezer madness plan, I've decided to make a big batch of lactation cookie dough so I can enjoy these after Chicken Nugget comes. I loved these when I had Molly and while I'm not sure if they actually help milk production, I do know that they are DELICIOUS! These are so good that Scott used to sneak some when he thought I wasn't looking. This time around, I'm going to make enough to share. 


Most of this recipe can be adapted to your taste - Don't like nuts, then put in raisins. Don't want chocolate chips (NO!), sub in something else. However there are three things that make these cookies, lactation cookies and if you leave them out, you are missing out on the benefits of these delicious cookies. The first is Brewer's Yeast. I included a photo above to help you find it in your store. I usually buy it in the vitamin section at Whole Foods. It is different than nutritional yeast, you want Brewer's Yeast! The other two items are old-fashioned rolled oats and flax seed. All these to these ingredients help with lactation so don't leave them out!


I originally found this recipe on a parenting forum and I've made some changes to it myself. I love, love, love these cookies and try to make them for all the new moms in my life. Enjoy! 


Lactation Cookies
Makes about 2 dozen
  • 1.5 cups unsalted butter, softened 
  • 2 cups light brown sugar, packed 
  • 3 large eggs 
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 
  • 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 
  • 1 cup whole wheat pastry flour 
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon 
  • 1 teaspoon salt (I like fine ground sea salt) 
  • 1/4 cup brewer’s yeast
  • 3 Tablespoons ground whole flax seed meal 
  • 1/4 cup water 
  • 4.5 cups old-fashioned rolled oats 
  • 1 cup chocolate chips 
  • 1 cup peanut butter chips
  • 1 cup walnuts

  1. Preheat oven to 350F. 
  2. Cream together the butter and sugar in a large bowl until fluffy and smooth. Add the eggs and vanilla. Beat until smooth. 
  3. Sift together flour, baking soda, cinnamon, salt, brewer's yeast in a separate bowl. Add the dry mixture to the butter mixture and beat until combined. 
  4. Mix the flax seed meal and water in a small bowl and then add to your dough. 
  5. Fold in the oats, chocolate chips, peanut butter chips and walnuts. The dough will be harder to mix at this point so put some arm muscle into it. 
  6. Place your cookie dough in the fridge for at least an hour to firm up the dough. If you are freezing the dough, now is a good time to roll it into logs OR refrigerate for an hour and then roll into balls of cookie dough. Place the cookie dough on cookie sheets in the freezer for 2 hours until the balls are frozen, then place them in a freezer bag and back into the oven to enjoy later. 
  7. Once the dough is firm, bake the cookies on ungreased cookie sheets about 2" apart in your preheated oven for 10-12 minutes. 
  8. Cool for 5 minutes before eating. 
  9. Freezer Directions: Remove your frozen cookie balls from the freezer and place directly on an ungreased cookie sheet about 2" apart. Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes and cool for 5 minutes before eating. 
cooking mess
Now who is going to clean up my very messy kitchen while I eat cookies? Darn it! I can't eat them yet but soon, so soon!

NaBloPoMo November 2013
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