Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Last Night

We had a little soup...


Put up our tree....

Wrestled with the lights...

Had chocolate peanut butter no bake cookies..

And now it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!





26 comments:

Kirsten said...

Oh my goodness--those cookies look great! Can you share the recipe?

Shelia said...

Hi Stacey! Oh, what fun. I want one of those cookies. They do look scrumptious!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Darlene said...

Oh Stacey your soup and cookies look delicious!! All you needed was the SNOW WE got....lol.♥

My Vintage Modern Farmhouse... said...

Woohoo....it's Christmas at Stacey's house!! Guess what, they just delivered our bed and I am so excited, I can't wait to go to bed tonight. Hubby has been traveling and he is in for a big surprise tonight because I didn't tell him it was coming today. SURPRISE!!

Hugs,
LeAnn
P.S. And yes it is big but I LOVE IT!!

Lisa@Pickles and Cheese said...

What a nice evening. We hope to do something similar around the 16th when our daughter finishes her semester at school for Christmas break.

Melissa Miller said...

Ohhhh we make those cookies too. Guess what I won' be eating anytime soon....Sigh.

Everything looks festive and pretty Stacey. :)

Marilyn said...

How fun...Simple Pleasures are the best!!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Your soup looks so good! And cornbread too, yumm. Your little snowman is so cute! Have a joyful day! Twyla

Beverly @ My Sew Sweet Studio said...

Mmmmm. Your soup and cookies look delicious. I hope you will share the cookie recipe. Looks like something my grandkids would love to make. It's looking like Christmas at your house. Show some more when you get finished.

Kathy said...

A perfect recipe for a perfect Christmas :-) Kathy.

Kathleen Grace said...

Yay! The tree and lights really set the mood don't they? That soup looks good. We had chicken and dumplings tonight:>)

Kathleen Grace said...

Yay! The tree and lights really set the mood don't they? That soup looks good. We had chicken and dumplings tonight:>)

La Petite Gallery said...

The food looks great but I am sure the company is better.

Happy holidays

Yvonne

April said...

It's a GOOD feeling, too, isn't it? :)

Lisa said...

The soup looks delicious and you have GOT to share the cookie recipe!
Glad you got your tree up. Hopefully I'll get that done soon. :)

Love the Decor! said...

Those cookies are making me hungry!!
Looks a great time was had by all!!

Amy said...

Hi Stacey,
Thanks so much for stopping by. I always love it when you come by and say hi. Love the pic on your sidebar. How sweet!

Mmmmmm...how did you know that peanut butter chocolate no bakes are my favorite cookie? Looks like it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas at your lovely home. :) Amy

Cynthia @An Accomplished Woman said...

Oh what a sweet night you all had.... Love the soup, decorations and cookies...

Cynthia

Sonia said...

What a lovely evening! Sounds absolutely perfect to me! The soup looks wonderful too! Sonia

Amy said...

What a fun family evening and the soup and cookies look yummy.

Southern Lady said...

What a nice way to spend an evening, Stacey. Your soup looks delicious, and your guys seem to be having fun with the lights.

I love your fluffy little snow person, and appreciate you letting us know about Paula's "32 Days of Homemade Gifts." I'll definitely check it out.

Karen said...

What a fun time!
Well, I am sorry you lost money with Mr. LInky too, but am kind of relieved to know it isn't just ME!! Sometimes all the computer lingo blurs together . . . I wonder how anyone else gets it done!
Thanks for sharing!

Amelia said...

So Chrismas decorating time has truly arrived with the completion of the tree...your stew with cornbread looks so delicious...I think it is about time for that around our home once again.

Kirsten said...

Hi, Stacy! Thanks for the link to the peanut butter cookies and for coming over to my brand-new blog. It is addictive, isn't it? I just wish I had more time for it.

I've been reading your blog for a while (I found you through Manuela) and love it!

Kirsten

Laurie Anne said...

Sounds like you had the perfect evening :) Thank you for sharing it with us xx

pk said...

pk @ Room Remix
I just had to comment on your cookies. I've been making those since I was old enough to cook anything on the stove and I LOVE them. (I actually like eating them straight from the pan when they're still warm - yum! - is that bad?). I've not seen anyone else talk about them before so it was fun to see. :-)