28 11 2012


We didn’t get any snow to speak of although for a while it looked like it was going to add up.


I felt like making some bread today.  This is my favorite bread recipe .  I made a Poppy Seed Braid and a Cinnamon Raisin  Bread.  Both came out good.







Shorty went to the vets today.  He will have to go back at a later date for a dental cleaning but otherwise he is in good shape for 15  He was very upset at going but loved the treats he got when his check-up and shots were done.  He needs to rest on his favorite pillow for the rest of the day.  Traveling is so tiring!!


This is a picture of the carpeting at the hotel.  It would make a wonderful abstract hooked rug.




Hope you have a wonderful day and thank you so much for reading my blog.      Carole






3 responses

29 11 2012
Kellie from Indiana

That bread looks YUMMY Carole! Where do you get the poppy seeds my husband loves them but I can never find them! Would you share your raisin bread recipe? I buy raisin bread atleast once a week it would probably be best just to make my own. Raisin bread is my favorite. I dont toast it or put butter on it just eat and eat and eat. Good thing I have a high metabolism! Have a great evening!

29 11 2012
Mary Jane

I am reading this with my first morning cup of tea, and the cinnamon raisin bread photo is making my mouth water!
Give Shorty a cuddle for me. Ruby also hates going in the car and is a real hellion at the vet’s. No wonder it is so exhausting for them!

29 11 2012

The look on Shorty’s face is one of pure bliss….we should all be so content. The bread looks delicious. We are home now, hope to talk soon. Patti

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