And it's a sunny day here - actually that's been more the norm than cold, snow and dark days. We were down in Minneapolis yesterday where it was doing some heavy snow flurries - was nice to see. Who'd think living in Minnesota I'd be hungry for snow.
We absolutely LOVE living on the lake, have I said that before, lol, and watching it during every season. Today it's busy out there - every fish house in our bay has people in it (can't see them all) - even Mr. Farmhouse is fishing. Plus the neighbors have company over and there's a game of hockey going on, girls figure skating - (a few are missing in this picture) - even the dogs are running around out there. It's so much fun to watch the activity
I've been working on knitting up a infinity scarf that I got the pattern from on this blog
it's a simple knit and purl, now this is something that I can handle and have been really enjoying the process. I love the color of the yarn and the feel of it. Ms. Cami seems bored with it, lol. Actually she's watching the 2 dogs out on the lake running around.
Thought I would show you my new sewing tote that a sweet friend made for me - I've been putting it to good use and keeping it by my stitching chair so I can just pick up something and get to sewing. I've been working on only keeping the current project and threads in it so it doesn't fill up, you know what I mean, lol - so far so good :). I'm hoping she will make some up for me to sell on my selling blog. Maybe with your encouragement she will :).
Well now I have a great recipe for you to try
great before picture - but guess what - no finished yummy to show you - I think I deleted the picture because I can't find it anywhere. But this is a yummy Banana Bread recipe given to me by my sweet friend Libster.
- 1 1/2 cup sugar
- 3 tbsp margarine - I used butter
- 1 cup sour cream
- 2 eggs
- 3 ripe banana's mashed
- 2 cups flour
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp soda
- 1/2 bag chocolate chips
- cream sugar and butter. Add mashed banana's and the rest of the ingredients and mix. Pour into your sprayed pan. Depending on your size of pan you can get one big thick load of banana bread or 2 smaller loafs - I've done both. Bake at 350 for 1 hour. If it's a thick loaf it will take longer - just keep checking it with a cake tester. Yummmmmmmm - thanks Libster.
Well time to get going and make dinner so when Mr. Farmhouse comes in from fishing we can eat. Tonight meatloaf and mashed potatoes - another yummmmmm.
Until Next Time