I love Bluebeard and Elizabeth's blog, for the content and the people I have been introduced to through it. I look forward to posting to T stands for.. and reading other people's entries and gaining a glimpse into their world.
My T stands for is my tardy entry of my breakfast this morning.
My photo confirmed a little of what this article has to say. I don't know if there is any place as comfortable for me as my kitchen table. You really can't taste my homemade brown bread dolloped with delicious strawberry jam made my friend Eileen. Added a nice iced coffee to wash it down.
You will also see my Susan Branch binder with my favorite recipes. I have been struggling for years to make a brown bread similar to the Irish brown bread This is really difficult to replicate with the difference in flour over here. I've tried alot of different recipes, with varying success. This loaf proved to be the most successful, courtesy of a recipe from Frankie, the barmaid at the Banshee. It's made it into the binder and gave me the chance to do some calligraphy.
There are also postage stamps Fi picked up for me as a surprise. That girl knows the way to her momma's heart!
I love snail mail, and Pushing the Envelope exchange and MMSA have given me an opportunity to indulge. I have also made some great penpals in the process. My mail slot has evolved from a source of bills and junk mail to a bastion of some happy correspondence. I am working diligently on bringing back the United States Postal Service to its former glory one letter at a time.
|This recipe made the cut!|
|Love them! so colorful!|
So cheers to letters, stamps, blogging, and Bluebeard and Elizabeth!
|The last of the bottle..|
Time to open a new one.