Saturday, December 18, 2010

I'm thinking of asking KMS to do a guest post so we can all learn to make this cute treat I get from her at pressure Kathy to either make them for me again or do a guest post. But I'm sure many would love to know how to make these edible Christmas Mice.
Here's a peek at what's growing in the December backyard.
The past frosty weather didn't burn my bougainvillea. I really enjoy this colorful flower/shrub that can bloom during our hottest months but is frost tender.

The ranunculus are coming up!!! It was an assortment so the colors will be a surprise. I always remember Angela C. loves ranunculus.

Just like 2009 I was a little late in planting the narcissus bulbs. It's fun to bring them indoors for Christmas or many times I force them in containers inside and the fragrance is wonderful.
The nice thing about them being late is after all the phoo phoo decor is put away I have something to decorate January with and then enjoy that unmistakable fragrance.

Wishing you a fine weekend. Is your coming week going to be too, too busy?
Happy day, msk


Julie Harward said...

This coming week is going to be too, too wonderful. I have cakes to make and deliver and thats all. I love those little mice and I do know how to make them. They are the most delicious bite of chocolate and cherry! You have a wonderful week my friend! ;D

Anonymous said...

Let's hear it for the mice!!!!
They are adorable and what child (and adult) wouldn't love them.
I think we need the directions up here in Oregon too!

Angela said...

MarySue! I can't believe you remember I love ranunculus! You're so sweet. Be sure to post pictures of them in bloom for me!

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