Famous quote for the week!
I couldn't say it any better.
As you can see, this is #InkRipples day, and the topic for December is cookies, of course.
#InkRipples is a monthly meme created by Kai Strand, Mary Waibel, and Katie L. Carroll. They post on the first Monday of every month, but you can post whenever you want to. They're all authors, but you don't have to be to participate. I'm having fun; you might too, if you give it a try.
The idea of #InkRipples is to toss a word, idea, image, whatever into the inkwell and see what kind of ripples it makes. You can make your own ripples by blogging about the topic or you can simply share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #InkRipples. Be sure to include links back to Kai, Mary, and Katie.
Now, about cookies. To be honest, I haven't baked cookies in years. When my boys were young, we made sugar cookies shaped like Christmas trees and decorated them with frosting and sprinkles. They were really pretty and didn't last long, with hungry kids around. Then the grandkids came along, and we made more Christmas tree sugar ookies. Now, it's not so much fun with no one to help me, and besides, I'd eat them all and gain 50 pounds, so I no longer bake cookies. I don't have any pictures of my own, but look what I found:
I just happen to be watching Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at the moment.
These look sort of like the ones we used to make.
And I must stop because now I want a cookie, and I don't have the ingredients to make some.
Check back tomorrow for Cheryl Malandrinos and her tour for her latest book MACARONI AND CHEESE FOR THANKSGIVING.
Have a great week.