Not from my garden but I'd like them to be. : )
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I stayed in town walking up and down all the streets. I saw a man I see once in a while walking his big white dog and he was the only person I saw. Hardly any cars around either. I guess for a lot of people it was a good day for sleeping.
Nothing unusual or different around town, but still I do enjoy these morning walks.
Walked 5.2 miles.
Found a dime.
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿Seemed like a good morning for making pancakes for breakfast. Then I got a loaf of bread started in the bread machine. Now I always just use the bread machine for making the dough and bake it in the oven. Comes out much better that way.
That reminds me someone asked (sorry, can't remember who) about how I make pizza dough. I use the bread machine and the recipe that came with the machine.
1 cup water
3 cups all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 teaspoons dry yeast
2 Tablespoons olive oil
Measure all ingredients into pan.
Select the dough setting.
Dough ready in 1 1/2 hours.
We bake our pizza in the oven on a pizza stone.
It's been a stay at home day today and it has been a rainy one. I read through one of the magazines from the library and found a few good recipes to try and started one of the books too, The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant and got into it right away. It's about Addie Baum who was born in 1900 in the north end of Boston. She is 85 years old now and her 22 year old granddaughter asks her "How did you get to be the woman you are today?" This book is her story.
I still have my ice cream to look forward to and a little TV to watch or I should say a Netflix, don't really watch TV anymore. I'll be making some weave-it squares too. But first I'm going to go and read some more of my book.
Hope you are enjoying your day.
happyone : )
Sometimes it's important to work for that pot of gold.
But other times it's essential to take time off
and make sure that your most important decision of the day
simple consists of choosing which color to slide down the rainbow on.
~ Douglas Pagels
Ruta - It depends on where you live. Since this is just a dry cabin in the woods we didn't need to get permits. If it was a house that we planned to live in, then yes, we would need permits.