Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Rainy, 48F...let's make bread!

Yup, another batch of wonderful bread. The house smells so yummy.

Have not posted for a few days because I have a life outside the blog, really?! As much as I would like to spend time with you, others require my presence...I mean besides all the actual house work...yawn...

I am blessed, I am blessed, I am blessed! Have a wonderful family, beyond most people's dreams. My people love me--and I am not even running for anything...and I love my people. How cool is that?!

I could go on and on, about each one of my many blessings, but...have to go punch the dough...sigh...

If the bread comes out nice, I'll show you, but then, you have seen my bread before. I don't want to bore you, especially since I like it when you come to visit...

Finished another sweater and did not take a picture of is gone to #4b.
Got a handknitted wool sweater at a yard sale, for .50c. I will take it apart, make skeins and wash it at that point. I'll show you later.
Some call this unknitting 'frogging' What does a frog have to do with raveling a knitted piece???? If anybody knows the etymology of this term, please share it with me.

The walnut tree has lost most of its leaves, and all the other trees are dropping their leaves also. Except for the oak and the pecan, they seem to be the last trees--in our yard--to drop their leaves.

To be continued...


Jules said...

Our walnut tree is just getting its leaves and it's a sight to behold! I've just posted on my blog that no body seems to be out there (i.e few blog updates). I forgot that others have a life and are not here simply to give me something to read in the midst of my rather ordinary day! LOL

Yes it is a blessing to be loved. Never, ever take it for granted or let anything ruin the relationships you have with your nearest and dearest.

Susan said...

I think they call it frogging because it's being ripped out - ripp it, ripp it - like the noise a frog makes.

lod said...

That's pretty funny, today we (well, not me) made bread too! I had a piece with butter and a mixture of pumpkin spice and raw sugar. It was good!
Did you use your new mill?


bunches of yarn said...

Jules: Such kind advise to heed, thanx

Susan: That should have occured to me...thank you.

lod: yup, my new mill works great, but slow.

Bayith said...

Ahhhh, the change of the seasons...I love it!

"Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her." Thanks Mom for your righteous example. Proverbs 31:28

And to all who have 'people'

"Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous: Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for railing: but contrariwise BLESSING." IPeter 3:8-9

~Smiles from dd#1~