Nesting

I loved having this in my nest for the last couple of weeks ~
Now it looks like this ~
* sigh* I need to find something to fill it.
After the holidays and paying two college tuitions by the end of the year, there is less padding in the nest, that’s for sure ~
I’m not picky though.
I like shiny things too.
“Here goosey, goosey, goosey!”~
But what is good for the goose, is good for the gander, and what I’m planning to feather my nest with is definitely good ~
for everyone.
The thick caramel icing? I am chirping with joy.

“Rockin’ Robin” ~ Bobby Day

Comments

  1. Hilarious! I love the money in the nest and the golden egg. Have a great weekend!

  2. You are too cute. I was up at 5am with one of my cherubs, who fell back asleep after I drank enough coffee to kill a small woodland creature. So whilst I surfed the internet your delightful blog, too cute post & upbeat song, actually made this grumpy, over caffinated Momma SMILE. *smiling* Thank you!!

  3. Awww! If I lived close to you I would take you out for a liquid lunch to take your mind off your empty nest :O(

    I finished the snowflake cookies last night – they dont look anything like yours but they done, edible and almost look like snowflakes!

  4. OH MY GOSH!! I have to make these, they sound incredible! Maybe if it stops snowing, I’ll get the ingredients and make a couple dozen and bring them to the birthday party. Have a wonderful weekend!
    P.S. I’m so glad we are done with Penn State tuition!
    XOXO

  5. One can never have enough golden eggs, right? I better start dropping a few hints…

  6. big sparlies your way w/o your boys there. at least you can now reclaim dominion over how clean and calm the house is! and spend some quality time at the bh with that stud xeno 😉

    xoox

    khm

  7. You know of all your readers, I understand! That cupcake can work miracles for the soul. A little sugar rush is so good for us 😉 xoxo

  8. Thanks for linking to my “nested cupcake”! I love your blog! I’m a mother of two boys, also(6 and 8). You help me to realize that I may survive until they go to college!