Sunday, November 16, 2008

Satin Sunday

The light is soft this time of year. The sun runs low across the southern sky. It snowed just a little today. It was a good day for staying home in my red satin pajamas & spending a quiet day. After my 2nd cup of coffee, I started a fire in the wood stove, & stirred up the start for a batch of bread. I sat in the living room waiting for the dough to rise, while I studied for my ACLS class, coming up this week.
The bread turned out beautiful.
& tasted great! 2 loaves of cranberry & 1 plain.
& Broc is still enjoying the fire.

12 comments:

roxanestoner said...

Oh my goodness I am coming over. Between the loaf of breads and the inviting roaring fire I just can't resist.ahahha.
You sure know how to fight back the winter. Carry on Deb, I so enjoy your posts.

Ali Honey said...

My your bread looks good and the fire inviting. Is your loaf tin 3 joined together?

Melodie said...

What a cozy looking day!

rianammerman said...

Sounds like a wonderful day.

Helen Suzanne said...

Mmm. Are they fresh cranberries you use or some kind of jellied ones?

Delighted Hands said...

You have captured the essence of cozy!

Nanc said...

Deb,
That bread looks fabulous.........yum! Maybe I should try baking some bread to get me out of the winter blues!

Deb Geyer said...

Ah-h-h how I miss winter....

Allison Ann Aller said...

Cozy...that is the word alright...

Barbara C said...

What a perfect day. Staying in you pajamas all day is the best.

Steph said...

Deb thanks again for coming and picking up mom and me and then my brother, the other day. That bread looks yummy! Broc looks like he was really enjoying himself.

Jane said...

Hi Deb, A week late in comments... but here's hoping that you enjoy another weekend like the last one. Hope your class went well and the snow is at bay. Our stove's been burning up the wood the past few days... in the teens here...