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Thursday, July 14, 2011

At Home At Last

Good morning,

Guess what I did when I got home!

The three round loaves are banana chip with cardamom.  The largest one will go to the dog club (for the humans) for an agility trial tomorrow. The four loaves in the back are egg bread.  *sigh*  The house smells like bread again.  :)

Now to check on the painting that was to be finished by the time we got home - just a little more to do on the second and third floor hallways and stairways.  Widmer's has been here to rehang the first floor drapes (they take them down, clean them, bring them back, rehang them), and pick out new carpet.  Just about everything from the living room is in the center of the room covered by a big yellow drop cloth right now.  It'll be a busy here for awhile!

Best,
Lois

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15 comments:

fabriquefantastique said...

welcome home...love the barn pics in previous post...Coming into Cincinnati could be Toronto....

fabriquefantastique said...

welcome home...love the barn pics in previous post...Coming into Cincinnati could be Toronto....

Diana said...

I should have known it would be bread that you'd be making right away! And I keep forgetting to tell you how much I love the color splash of your new header photo Lois. It's just stunning! I hope we get to see some photos of the finished project at home!
Love Di ♥

Marit Johanne said...

Of course you had to bake bread when you came home! I have enjoyed your travel home too!

Judy said...

I bet in some ways it's good to be home..The bread looks yummy!

texwisgirl said...

well, sounds like you needed to do your resting on the cruise. :)

Nedra said...

At first the pictures of the bread looked like Micky Mouse. (ha ha)
Best of luck with all the home projects.

Wanda..... said...

Love how you go from cruising and knitting to nesting and baking...seamlessly!

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...I didn't have to guess hahaha!!
I sounds like things will be a bit Topsy turfy for a while, but it always nice to come home!!
Enjoy...Grace
Ps. like your header!!

Leontien said...

Good luck with all the being busy! And those loaves look great! Wish i could smell them!

Leontien

karen said...

welcome home!!!! I will be round soon, put the kettle on and save me some of that bread!!

Montanagirl said...

I'll bet it's nice to be back home, and the bread looks delicious as always!

River Glorious said...

:)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Now WHY didn't that surprise anyone, Lois? First day home and baking bread - all looks delicious. Can you send samples?

Elaine said...

The bread looks so good! It's probably just as well that I can only see it and not eat it as good bread is one of my weaknesses and I can easily overdo it. Looks like you'll be quite busy for a while getting your house back together, but it'll be so nice to have everything fresh and clean.