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Monday, January 8, 2018

My Week

It's been a busy week of homemaking and staying indoors as I'm still feeling a bit poorly. 

Alterations for my niece.

Baked cinnamon buns

Added frosting so I could use up the cream cheese. I didn't realize I put it on so messily.

Rustic bannock bread to go with the soup in the Instant Pot.

A version of comforting hamburger soup bubbling away.

Third book finished in 2018.


Second afghan under way.
I won't be making any more baked desserts as it isn't good for  my blood sugar but it sure tasted good!
I hope you are having a good week wherever you are.

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18 comments:

  1. It seems you did not let the week go to waste. Hope you feel better.

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    1. You are right. Sitting around doing nothing makes me jumpy.

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  2. Hope your feeling better - you got a lot done for a week of feeling poorly. You put me to shame.

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  3. I love your afghan again...so pretty...I'm sorry you're not feeling well...and hope you feel better soon!

    ~Have a lovely day!

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    1. Thank you Teresa. I wasn't sure about the colour but one doesn't know what it will look like until you've made a larger piece.

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  4. Cinnamon buns will make anyone feel better. If not, there is always hot soup and bread.

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  5. I really like bannock however we don't make it anymore.

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  6. I hope that you get better soon. Sounds like you are taking good care of yourself.

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  7. Wow that bannock looks really interesting. Is it a traditional recipe? I am sure that I have never eaten bannock. Get well soon.

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  8. You have been busy ~ foodie photos all look yummy and love the needlework ~

    Happy Week to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  9. Get well soon. I am still feeling down after 3 weeks of the great UK bug!!! I do not have the energy to even sew or blog!! Take care Diane

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  10. You did a lot for not feeling well. We are hit with a bug here to and I hope it passes quickly. I haven't been near as industrious while feeling crummy!

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  11. Sorry to hear your not feeling well hope you feel better soon! I'm loving all that crafting and baking your doing. Please send me recipe for cinnamon rolls. P.S did you get my email?

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  12. I'll try this again. You're living a really hygge life up there with your soup and bread and cinnamon buns, a good book and afghan (very pretty!) All you need are the slippers and you'll be the hygge2018 poster child! Now I'm hungry!

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  13. Oh Joyful, hope you feel better and unbelievable all you get done when you’re poorly-can’t imagine how much you do when well. Photos are well done of all but I love those colors in that beautiful afghan! Stay warm and well. Soup should help! (prayers for you and wellness)

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  14. Cinnamon buns and the bannock bread looks delicious!! I agree with all for prayers for your health, hope you are feeling better!
    Amazing that you can do so much while not feeling well. You create such a warm and cozy mood. Be warm and well!! ♡

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  15. Those cinnamon buns look very delicious, and the colours of the blanket are so nice and warm!
    Have a nice Friday and a lovely weekend!

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  16. You have been busy at home. I can almost smell good baking and I love your crochet work.

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