This was my day yesterday:
I baked Cardamom Cinnamon Snickerdoodles. They were amazing. Just ask my niece, who must have eaten ten of them.
At my husband's request, I made M&M cookies using the Better Homes & Garden's chocolate chip cookie dough recipe (except that I used a cup of butter instead of half butter and half shortening).
We hung out all afternoon, drank hot cider and coffee and wine, eventually watched Bad(der) Santa, and took turns being nuzzled by the dog and various cats.
While we were watching the movie, Toby sneaked a gingerbread cookie from the table, even though I thought I'd secured them out of his reach. I took it away and fed him his dinner. The next time he came into the TV room, he had another gingerbread cookie in his mouth. My guests persuaded me that he should be allowed to keep it. I don't like to reward that kind of behavior, but I acquiesced.
I ended the day with two fairly large containers of cookies. I consider it a win when everyone leaves and I have no cookies left at all, but it didn't work out that way this year because people filtered out at different times.
With all of the grocery shopping, house cleaning, errands and baking, I ended up not actually having any meals all day. My husband and I made a late evening Chipotle run so I would have something in my system besides sugar.
What are your cookie plans for the season?