I always wondered if I could bake bread with my eyes closed and today I discovered that I am able to do just that! These are the breakfast loaves I made this morning before the icing:
And for those of you who follow this blog, you may remember that I made cinnamon almond soap a few weeks ago. Last evening, I pulled the bars out and shaped them with a peeler. Here they are:
When I can afford it, I plan on buying some fancy soap moulds but for now I make do with what I have found around the house.
Good and interesting news: I will be going on a mission trip to Mexico for a week in March with Tia Julie and Tio Raul! Details soon!
At the moment, all I can think about is a cool compress for my eyes and some snoozing on the sofa under my favorite soft blanket. The drops continue. My doctor called this morning to check on me and schedule a follow-up to check on my ulceration (quick note: I have NEVER heard of such a caring doctor so if you live in the greater Ft. Benning/Columbus area check out 20/20 Eyecare). The drops continue but they have changed to every three hours! Progress!
Special thanks to Custom Tacticals for sending the link to Toronto’s teeniest house back on the market – Yahoo! News which really does look like our guinea house! Check out the pricetag! We have some very lucky guinea fowl!