Well Debbie has been in touch and is offering me a signed copy of her book "Gifts From Your Kitchen" (containing her "Christmas Muffins" and many other kitchen treats) to give away on my blog.
While you're here you might like to see something else that my kids came home to ... back in 2004. We were holidaying in Florida at Easter time and had a fortnight filled with theme parks, swimming and sight-seeing (with a little bit of craft shopping too). On Easter Sunday we got up early to visit Typhoon Lagoon as we hoped a water park would be quieter than the theme parks were likely to be. We had a lovely few hours there but eventually the crowds and the heat got too much and we decided to go back to our villa to cool off. The children were amazed to find that the Easter Bunny had been to visit while we were out, hiding our plastic eggs (secretly brought with us from the UK) all over the house and keeping the treats inside the eggs nice and cool thanks to the air-conditioning!
The third challenge over at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog was to scrap a tradition and these plastic eggs have been making an appearance chez nous every Easter for ... about 15 years!
The children have two egg colours each to hunt for ... pink and purple for Child No.3 obviously ... and sometimes the eggs contain clues to something yummy that is just too big to fit inside! All good fun :o)
I've used more of my November Counterfeit Kit along with one of the sketches supplied for the UKScrappers weekly challenge. The grey chevrons have been cut from a border made with my MS Garden Trellis punch.
This month's Sunday Story theme over at High In The Sky is "Coming Home" ... pop over to see how others have interpreted it and share a story of your own on that or, indeed, any topic.