Sunday, November 23, 2008

wind ... and rainbows.

as fast as that whirligig of a crazy daughter i mentioned last thursday blew in ... the attitude glimpse of our most certain future - blew back out.

thank god (goddess) ... whichever. thank you.

you can see her sweetness evidenced in a picture below. that smile could just about melt the grinch's heart. don't you think?

belly and i spent last friday night, putting coconut to bed ... and spending some quality time making a "dish" for a party on saturday. it's a completely uncomplicated, but time consuming recipe.


but in the end ... it makes a rainbow. and what little girl doesn't love things that look like a rainbow?

thankful today for wind ... and rainbows.

13 comments:

Karen said...

My daughter loves rainbow jello too!

Raising Z said...

I am so happy for you!!! That Jello looks like so much fun :) Could you point me towards the recipe??

A Buns Life said...

I'm so thankful for the good days!! We need them so badly, all of us!! So cute. :)

little.birdy said...

Pretty desserts and pretty smiles...what more could one want? :)

Sprite's Keeper said...

That looks quite delicious!

Christy said...

Wow! That looks fun! Glad to hear that your moody girl is feeling a little better.

Casey said...

That picture is so stinking cute. The rainbows look yummy too. HASAY approved?!?

Seriously Mama said...

Love the rainbow jello! I don't dare scroll down and check out the Dove pie stuff down there. ;-)

Go get some HASAY work done now!

Eva said...

Oh neato!

steenky bee said...

Dare I ask if those are jell-o rainbows. I posted a picture just like this (without the adorable child) over at richmondzoo.blogspot.com (Captain Dumbass) last Friday. Utahn's love jell-o. It's a face. Yummers.

Also, I totally gasped out loud when I opened your site and saw this treat.

amanda said...

uhm did i miss the post where you tell me how to make those yummy rainbows??

adorable picture friend :)

Queenie Jeannie said...

How cool is that??? I'm very impressed!!!!!

anti-supermom said...

rainbow jello, perfect. Time alone with the oldest child, priceless.

Great post.