This is what I got in the mail today.
I have been looking for more "serious" books on unicorns and alas I have finally found them.
I hadn't planned on posting about unicorns today, but what started as a typical day turned on its horn to become a very unicorny day.
Skye and I are in the midst of a cookie-cook-off competition and I wanted to throw a unicorn cookie into the mix.
I stopped by Junk Man's Daughter, where I found the unicorn mask that pretty much ignited this last fetish, but the only cookie cutter they had was of the zombie-ilk and it was a jumbo one to boot.
So we headed to the Cook's Warehouse, with the hope that maybe just maybe they'd have a unicorn, somewhere between the Santas and Menorahs and on-sale Turkeys and Witches.
Just as I had lost hope and was trying to find the closest Michaels Art Supply, Skye announced that she had found the elusive unicorn.
Yes it was part of the Princess package, but still.....
I bought this at the Grant Park farmers market the other day and use it on a regular basis.
Because it's magical?
Because it's got the word unicorn in it?
No, because it tastes awesome.
And then I get this "share" on Facebook
State News Agency Announces Unicorn Lair Find, Cite History Books As Proof Of Creature's Existence www.huffingtonpost.comInan announcement Friday that seems better suited for a fairy tale, a North Korean state news agency reported that archaeologists recently reconfirmed the lair of a unicorn once ridden by an ancient Korean king. According to the Korean Central News Agency, the lair the mythical creature is located...