Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Tinsel-y and tired

I was going to tell you about my first Christmas-shopping excursion this weekend, and the new store I discovered where I, strangely, lusted after all things in miniature (what could I do with a mini colander and mini bake pan?), but I seemed to have used up all my words for the day. I'm exhausted. Possibly I will write a more tinsel-y post later. Possibly not.

Words written today: 789


Hullaballoo said...

I 'bumped' into Christmas again today. Oh dear, I must confess to being momentarily mystifield by the magic of two plastic champagne glassed filled with a clear gel candle, all in the name of Christmas.

Angie said...

It's everywhere! They manage to create all sorts of odd things you supposedly 'need' in the name of Christmas. ;)

Alix said...

Mini things are at the heart of the Christmas experience!
Well done on the word count.

Angie said...

Alix, true true, but these are just random kitchen things, and I'm not even a big cook! There just so darn cute.


Lane said...

But you could make teeny weeny muffins? Or sieve tiny vegetables?
Doesn't weird stuff appear at Christmas?

Kristen said...

Miniature things are so appealing. I don't know what it is. I fall particularly hard for mini bundt pans in fun shapes, but when do I ever bake bundt cakes, much less mini ones? Sigh.

Angie said...

Lane, I could, the question is would I. I'm not much of a baker as it is, so I'm not sure why I would start in miniature. haha.

Kristen, I feel like Bridget's mum with the mini gherkins, mini spotted dick, etc. The mini bundt pans waylaid me too. Perhaps I should avoid taking you to this store when you come home!