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We made brownies from Trader Joe's last night and watched '3:10 to Yuma'. It was more like 35 minutes to Yumma! Those brownies aren't my absolute favorite but they are a little bit easier on the conscience than the Betty Crocker variety. The yogurt makes them chewy!
When I was in grade school, I used to threaten the bullies that would tease my 'very short for his age' younger brother. Last night I made a phone call that brought on that same 'fight or flight' feeling. I'm not a confrontational adult but when someone hurts my family there is no hesitation to step in and do something. My mom was the one needing someone else to step in this time. Its not fair to share the details but it felt really good to hear my Mom say how much it meant to her that I would confront this person. She told me it made her feel really loved and that she'd never forget it. Something lovely transpired in my heart.
So, I'm adding that to the pile of stories we've collected on a previous post about something you're proud of doing even though it was scary. Thanks for sharing yours.
In other news, I promised a giveaway when the 'Art Journal' books came in but I was a bit ahead of myself. Since I only got one complimentary copy and I'm keeping it for myself, I won't be able to offer one to you all. But who says we can't have a different giveaway.
Leave your name and describe what you're wearing today to win a lovely KI Memories prize.
Winner will be picked sometime this week once kit chaos has subsided. (Its my favorite kind of chaos.)
Happy Wednesday to you all. Go listen to Feist.