Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Mmmmm. . .

Do you just need to treat yourself sometimes? Mmmmm, I have found a new treat. These plum sweets are the tastiest little morsels imaginable. They would be practically guilt free, if only the package didn't happen to mention that a serving size is 14 pieces. I'm just getting started with 14 tiny pieces, and my serving is sometimes half the bag. But the bag only holds a cup, so it's not quite as bad as it sounds. :>}
This is the best time of year for serving a guilt free dinner. Mmmm, fresh corn, sweet potatoes, and yummy spinach.


Another one of my many attempts to create a lovely sunrise picture. Life has gotten in the way of late, so I haven't had time to finish it.


Another amplifier cover. The first one (this time around) was made from nice thick vinyl priced at $21 per yard. The second one was made from fairly nice vinyl priced at $3 per yard. The third one, shown here, is made from scraps. How many amps does one musician need, you may well ask. Just one more, is always the answer.


Perhaps I've mentioned a few dozen times how much our cat likes to be part of everything. He would hate to miss anything exciting, you know. :>}

6 comments:

Suzanne said...

I think amps for a musician are like fabric for a quilter and patterned paper for a scrapbooker, just one more is needed.

I am looking at your prices in per yard and am not sure how big a yard actually is, I am off to investigate it on the interned. We price things by the metre.

ladydi said...

Hi, Suzanne! You probably already looked it up, but a yard is 36 inches, which is just a mite shorter than a meter. In fact, it's about as much shorter as this comment box is wide!

Jodie said...

Amp covers ....- a great idea, I think (but am not certain) that we have 3 or 4 of those monsters in the house somewhere....

ladydi said...

Do your amps need raincoats, too, Jodie?

Daisy said...

I have musicians here too. I know about those amps. HA! Your dinner looks yummy! So wonderful to be able to enjoy fresh produce. I've never had those plum sweets. I'll have to give them a try. Have a good day, Diana! :D

ladydi said...

Hi, Daisy! Yes, as much as I hate to see summer end, the fresh produce is awfully nice compensation. :>} The plum sweets were in the dried fruit area (as opposed to the chocolate area. :>}) in the store. Mmmmmm.