• Thanks for coming to visit. I'll put the kettle on for tea and find you a little something to go with it.

Little Tidbits

  • Pooh always liked a little something at eleven o’clock in the morning...-A.A. Milne
  • I'll take a little of whatever you've got. - Michael (as a little boy)
  • No one can love his neighbor on an empty stomach. - Woodrow Wilson
  • Bread and water can so easily be toast and tea. ~Author Unknown
  • You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis
  • If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee. - Abraham Lincoln
  • If you love me, then put the kettle on. - yours truly
  • If there was tea, I could consider going on. - me again

Email Me

  • Kimberlee (at) beadsofmercy (dot) com
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sarah in va

I love to bake and we do quite a bit, especially around Christmas, but NOTHING close to the magnitude of your family. This looks like so much fun!!! What a wonderful tradition.

sarah in va

By the way, that is a spectacular drawing by your daughter. The daisies are magnificent. She is quite an artist!


Kimberlee, how does Josiah get the cookies off the press. I had a Pampered Chef cookie press I got rid of a few years ago because the cookies would never drop off the press. Scraping them off, no matter how sharp the knife, always yielded blobs of dough, not pretty designs. I would love to buy another one if I knew the trick to releasing the cookie in a pretty fashion. Gorgeous cookies and what a lovely header photo!


That's a really neat tradition. It looks like your children enjoy it. The cookies look scrumptious.

Theresa ♥

That looks like so much fun and the cookies look mmm mmm good. What fun memories you are creating.

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