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(Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies...a holiday tradition around here).
So all we need now is some snow...and we need to still decorate our tree...once we get it sturdy....it may have fallen over three times already....yes....three.
*All the snow we got a little bit ago melted within a day : (
Posted at 05:39 PM in seasons | Permalink
Thank you so much ladies!!!
You can find the recipe here...
It is awesome! We have been making these cookies for the past seven years now! : )
December 13, 2011 at 08:30 AM
You're house looks beautiful.. Wish I could come over! lol.
AND I WANT THAT RECIPE LADY! lol <3xojo
Jordan Marie |
December 13, 2011 at 08:24 AM
gorgeous! Isn't it so sad how cold the home feels when we have to take the decorations down? I've never had chocolate gingerbread cookies, I'm going to have to hunt down a recipe. Suggestions?
(and i LOVE the Emily Martin paintings from Inside a Black Apple! I have a few hanging up around the house too).
xo, laura emily
December 09, 2011 at 03:26 PM
Beautiful!! I love that first window picture. =)
Elisa Armstrong |
December 09, 2011 at 03:01 PM
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