Where the Wild Things Are

Sounds like you had a nice holiday weekend with the family, N. We don't get any time off for Easter here in the good old US of A but thanks to having my hours cut at work I was able to get Friday off. There's a silver lining around every cloud, right?

Mr. T and I had a nice Easter dinner at home. I made a rack of lamb that was to die for (thank you Trader Joe's!) and used this recipe that Amy from Angry Chicken used to make a very yummy butterless almond cake. We had our cake with softly whipped cream and strawberries. Even though this cake has absolutely no butter or lifting agent in it, it was very light yet rich and full of almond flavor. I would highly recommend it!

Last week I saw this super cute pattern on Ravelry and knew that I had to make them. Who doesn't like little fuzzy monster feet on babies? I know I do!
Isn't that hysterical? I can't wait to see them on a baby. I'm thinking that these may be going to my hair dresser but I'm not sure if she's having a boy or a girl. I suppose girls can be monsters too. And now if you'll excuse me, I have a cake to finish off.


Balkan Style Bloggers said...

So cute!! I can't wait til the Where the Wild Things Are movie comes out. It looks flippin' cool. Now get back to the socks. Tout de suite.

knitty_kat said...

Hmmmm! cake. looks. so. good! nom, nom, nom!