Spread with cream cheese filling and fold into quarters; sprinkle with confectioners’ sugar, if desired.
1 8-oz pkg cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
In a small bowl, combine cream cheese, sugar and vanilla; stir until smooth.
So that Erin always remembers that others appreciate and admire her many gifts and talents,
I made this subway art for her.
My cousin, Caroline (in the orange dress and Karen’s sister), has a daughter who is getting married in August. So we still have some more celebrations to come!
their prayer… that we understand God’s will,
gain spiritual wisdom.
please and honor God,
bear good fruit,
grow in knowing God,
be filled with God’s strength,
have endurance and patience,
remain joyful in Christ, and
give thanks always.
(prayer taken from Colossians 1:9-18)
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a very sweet couple.
And, yes, I wore red shoes.
I think the last pair of red shoes I wore were Buster Brown’s.
I found the little black dress on sale at Christmastime when I wasn’t really looking for a dress. The price was so right I brought it home.
But it needed something.
My sweet, beautiful and fun-loving friend, Susan told me to stop by and she would see if she had some accessories to help me dress-up the outfit.
Just for fun, I brought along a dress my niece loaned me. A sleek, long black dress with boa feathers that had to be the most amusing dress I have ever tried on. Yes, I looked like Cruella Deville and left tiny feathers whenever I moved about, but oh, what FUN!
After our laugh (and Susan’s suggestion I not wear the boa dress to Bible study) she shared a beautiful silk scarf that was perfect with the dress. So I didn’t have to continually fidget to keep the scarf in place, I tied a knot in front.
We agreed a long, silver necklace with chunky beads that her son bought for her worked too.
My sister, my sister-in-law and my daughter, Erin all suggested red shoes.
So off to DSW and guess what I found on the clearance shelf.
Not just a pair of red shoes but also, at 70% off, a red bag.
Still hesitant, I chatted with the lady at the register as I paid for the red shoes and a sensible pair of black patent leather shoes . This older, soft-spoken, reserved lady told me,
“Wear the red ones. There’s nothing like red shoes.”
And to perk up my dashing husband’s suit, Abbey and I found a new red tie for him!