Yay Annie you finished your journal! I like the cover and the month of May. Recipe looks yummy, but I gave up eating grains, especially wheat. Don't miss it either. I lost 8 pounds too. Only a few more left to lose to get back into my small jeans again.
I discovered two things by Googling - that crackers are probably our dry biscuits, and a recipe to make a substitute for Ranch Dressing which I had no idea about. And thirdly, a crock pot will probably be a casserole dish - or is it? And you thought this was a simple recipe, and didn't realise it had to be translated first, haha! I'm also going to wait until you put your calender on Flickr which for some mysterious reason Blogger cannot show clearly, and then I can read all the entries and comment on them.The cover looks very good, what a great diary this is, just enough to not make it a chore to make an entry every day, but giving the flavour of the days to remember later.
I'm always impressed by your calendar journals. It looks like much fun to make them. But I use my blog as my journal, I think. Too much work to do both. Have nice week! Here we have had a taste of summer this weekend.
Once again I'm mesmerised by your gorgeous handwriting Annie.....want to swap with mine?! The recipe looks really tasty too....hmmm just like your scrummy artwork of course ;)Hugs Donna xx
I truly do not know how you keep up with each day and all the happenings. Your calendar journal is a wonderful memory book also. Love your artsy pages. Thanks for the yummy recipe. Summer Sunshine Smiles...
I really like your calendar journal and the little pictures popping up here and there. The cover is precious. Love the flowers and the colors.
Your calendars are so beautiful; each month looks like a celebration! And what a wonderful place your recipe box must be, full of favorite recipes and art. :)
DAMNnamFANtastic!!!! You know I have always love your calendar pages. Works of art all to themself!Am copying your recipe - you know how much I love collecting recipes. Like I need to eat more!!Your friend the small elephant!sandy xx
My daughter, her husband and 4 kids are coming here to celebrate 4th of July -- I am going to fix these crackers as a snack!!sandy xx
And now I can read your words on Flickr. Seemed like you had quite a fun month with lots of eating out. The bicycles rides sound like great fun, but you had temps of 96F! - that seems amazingly hot. A good comfortable chair sounds excellent, almost as elusive as the perfect pen. The 29th sounds like a lovely day, and presumably with your climate you wouldn't need to take a cardi - "just in case" like we always have to do. I also like the colourful patterned fill-in squares and the bright edges.Thanks for sharing your month, I enjoyed it.
Beautiful calendar journal...so neat and pretty!
Hi Annie! Your recipe looks yummy and I love today design. The calendar cover is so beautiful, and I find it very interesting to make this jopurnal calendar. Lovely post!Mar xx
I just love your recipe cards!! I have had those oyster crackers before at a party and loved them, I may defiantly have to try your recipe!!! Also, another lovely deco calendar.
I used to journal everyday, but those days are gone. I need to do it again and your journal looks like an easy way to do it (cute, too!) Can I come over and watch you make me one? LOL I'll bring soup for your crackers.
Annie - I've just visited your blog for the first time, and enjoyed it SO much! From the recipes to the art, it was a fun visit. Thank you for sharing, and thanks for your kind comment on my lemons! lol
A year almost done already, time does fly! Do you have your next one raring to go? Can't wait to see the finished planner! Deb xo
Love your calendar/journal.I may need to use your technique instead of buying expensive calendars that have more stuff attached to them than what I want or need.Only problem is mine won't be as pretty as yours.
Still love your calendar pages! So clever and well done! And now recipe cards to drool over!
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