I'm about to make pancakes, free from dairy and eggs (of course) and then I sew. Last Friday for Tim's birthday I made him a new blanket. I love sewing again. Even better, I'm FREE from all of the just-in-case fabric, that I'd been saving.
PS: What is/was for breakfast ????
|Reversible Year-Round Halloween Blanket|
For breakfast I had a bowl of yogurt with granola, banana, and flax seed :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Kathy. Sounds good!Delete
Love the blanket!ReplyDelete
That's a wicked cool blanket.ReplyDelete
I had a bagel with veggie sausages and a strawberry smoothie for breakfast.
Your breakfast sounds yummy.
your blanket looks amazing! It's getting pretty dry around here all of a sudden, the green grass couldn't last.ReplyDelete
Here's hoping your grass gets rain.
What great fabric! Enjoy the last two days. I, uh, slept through breakfast. :)ReplyDelete
Hopefully you had a yummy lunch :)Delete
Wow! How do you make pancakes without milk or eggs? Hope you enjoy the rest of your staycation. Happy sewing!ReplyDelete
The combination of bicarb and raw apple cider vinegar replaces the egg and makes lots of gas bubbles.Delete
If I'm not using an acid like apple cider or lemon juice, then I do the warm liquid and homemade baking powder combo.
And then sometimes, I do a combo of an acid, bicarb, homemade baking powder and warm liquid.
I should probably do a post about it sometime. Thanks for the idea. If you have any more questions just ask here or drop me an email. I'm on the side bar.
As for the cow milk, I never used/liked/baked with. I HATE THE STUFF BEYOND WORDS. So ... I'll either use nut milk or just plain water. Or, date water. Or, maple water. Or, honey water. Or ... you get the idea. Plenty of options.
Thanks for asking :-)
My breakfast -- a staple around here -- was grits and eggs. That's Bob's Red Mill corn grits with a wee bit of cheese melted in, plus eggs -- fried or poached.ReplyDelete
I do miss corn. Glad you're able to enjoy it. Breakfast sounds good.Delete
PS: Happy Gaming :)
We went out for breakfast, a fruit scone and a yummy banana loaf with good coffee, then got all our secateurs and other cutting things sharpened at the same place. Then bought some plants and pots. That was breakfast.ReplyDelete
That's a very fine blanket, looks cosy with the pretty ghosts. Nice one on getting your stash reduced to much smaller, a very difficult thing to do.
I love that you got your cutting things sharpened at the same place you ate yummy scones.Delete
On the whole, from everyone that's emailed me, fabric and books are in the top two things, most difficult to part with.
We can always reread the books and make so many things with the fabric, so it seems a pity to throw them out just for the sake of it.Delete
Sew, how I you? That's some blanket you made for Tim's birthday!
I had "puncakes" for breakfast :)
Take it easy and have loads of fun.
Hellloooo Gary :) Thanks for the "puncakes" they were enjoyed :)Delete
That is going to be a great blanket!ReplyDelete
I know I have mentioned it before but I always smile at that picture of Bug. His head looks enormous compared to his body. He is so adorable!
She was all head and bones when we got her. Found in a ditch with her sister, they told us.Delete
Thanks, Birdie. Most folks think she's a boy.Delete
Love that blanket.ReplyDelete
Breakfast? I am on my second cup of chai. I will think about food in a bit.
Today (Sunday now), we finally got rain late last night and I'm about to have a cuppa myself. Dandelion root, tea.Delete
How is the autumn going there? Any good harvest goodies to eat?
I had Cheerios with raspberries and half a banana (grudgingly consumed as I am not a huge banana fan) and a "Blueberry Acai" yogurt that was surprisingly flavorful and wonderfully purple. :) We participated in a walk/mental health awareness event and then I had a couple of bites of chocolate croissant with my favorite iced Americano to boot! So quite a brekkie this Saturday :o) Like the jolly skeletons BTW!ReplyDelete
I just read your post. Wow!Delete
You are rockin' it, girl.
I had rye bread toast with cream cheese, lox and capers.ReplyDelete
Hope you had fun today.
cheers, parsnip and thehamish
Capers are on my to-try, list.Delete
I start my stay-cation tomorrowReplyDelete
Wonderful. Enjoy :)Delete
Enjoy the last little bit of your stay-cation!ReplyDelete
Will do, thanks.Delete
Toast with grilled cheese.ReplyDelete
No asparagus for breakfast?Delete
I wish I wasn't out :(
Love the blanket ...ReplyDelete
Bacon and eggs for breakfast ...
Enjoy these last few days of your staycation
All the best Jan
Awesome blanket! Glad you're having fun on your staycation. Enjoy every minute!ReplyDelete
Breakfast for me, as always? Cheerios and skim milk.
Plain or honey-nut?Delete
Or one of them there new flavours that the kids are digging these days?
Thanks and Happy Selling :)Delete
A banana, and now one for lunch too. No imagination today, and honestly, tired of it all. LOLReplyDelete
I love bananas and medjool dates. Can you eat those?Delete
Hi there. Pancakes are my favorite. Great blanket,! Hope you are doing good. I pretty much am doing Instagram and trying to stay off the outer. Very time consuming. Keep doing what you do. Take care.ReplyDelete
Cool beans about Instagram. I'm making my way over there soon. I don't find blogger takes too much time, but I want to branch out and play.
What's your Instagram address? Would love to see your stuff.
What a cool blanket!ReplyDelete
Very pretty flowers on your blog.
Neat blanket! Boiled eggs and whole wheat toast. :)ReplyDelete
Cool blanket! Well, that's a bit of a contradiction, isn't it, when blankets need to be warm. Anyway, enjoy the hell out of your last couple of days of staycation! For brekkie this morning, I had oatmeal and brown sugar, and My Rare One had a cheese and green onion omelette with toast. All made by YOURS TRULY (takes bow).ReplyDelete
Hahaha. You are brilliant.
Such a wicked blanket! Love it. Hey, Wonder Woman...just popping in to say hi. So glad you and your honey bunny have had a great time together. On the day you posted this I had exactly the same breakfast as Debra: oatmeal with a little bit of brown sugar. Simple, tasty, very filling. And off I go again...whoosh...it's just about popcorn and TV time, and I'm the popcorn maker tonight!ReplyDelete
I agree with you on the oats being filling. They're in my current batch of pancakes. Great for mornings when we were off and running out and about.Delete
What show are you and the most wonderful man in the world, groovin' on these days?
This morning I had a banana for breakfast. Glad that you had a good "stay"cation :)ReplyDelete
I love the blanket. I would love to stay at home a little more recently. Way too much social stuff going on.ReplyDelete
Sounds like you've got a full plate.Delete
Hi Happy. My IG name is #casaglorv1. That's my main name but do have others as well like #glorv1art. Look forward to visiting you on IG when you get there.ReplyDelete
Wonderful - Thanks :)Delete
So every day is Halloween at the Manor, eh?ReplyDelete
Of course :)Delete