Thursday, October 15, 2009

So I've still been doing a lot of baking. I made 3 loaves of bread the other day and it was gone the day after. I know that's a lot of bread, but we love some bread. So, since we've eaten so much I decided to get some whole wheat make it a little healthier. I think it's gonna turn out great. I usually make mine in the bread maker, but I recently got this recipe from "Farming on Faith" and it was amazing. I love it so much. So, I'll probably make some this afternoon or tomorrow. I usually make about a loaf every other day....but with the way we're eating it, I would like to try and make a little more. I've also thought about making some loaves and wrapping them in pretty paper and giving them as Christmas gifts. I think my family and friends would love it. You can always use bread, and there's nothing like homemade bread.
Also, yesterday my hubby finished painting our living room. I am sooo excited. This summer while I was away at church camp he and the kiddos suprised me with re-texturing the walls in the living room and hallway. So since then there have been no pictures on my was driving me a little bit crazy. I love not having anything up until we painted was hard. But thank the Lord, it is now finished and looks great! I will soon be putting my pics and decor back on the walls and it will look as cozy as ever.
I will praise you forever for what you have done; in your name I will hope, for your name is good. I will praise you in the presence of your saints. Psalm 52:9


  1. Liz, It was so great seeing you the other night. Talking over bread making! The walls look awesome as well. Just like a said Kevin, A new house! Love the blog and the music! Oh and you too so much~

  2. Can't wait to see just what you have been up to! I am sure that the work was well worth the effort.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

  3. Cat, I had such a great time with you you bunches.

    Kat...thank you...When I get my pics and decor back up I'll have to put pics up...Blessings..Elizabeth

  4. Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog! I love baking bread, but lately I have been baking a loaf of pumpkin bread about ever two or three days. It just never lasts around here.