Sleepy Sundays: Seasons Change

Seasons Change
Seasons Change

First and foremost, Happy November! October was a great deal of fun spending time here with you. Today, I’ve got quite a heavy workload so I won’t be as chatty, but please know I am thinking of all of you. Plus, I have plenty more magical things in store for the rest of the season.

For now, I have to bake some cookies for the family.

Do you bake in the fall and winter seasons? Do you enjoy or hate cooking? Do tell. You know I love a good coffee chat.

Have a breezy Sunday!

14 thoughts on “Sleepy Sundays: Seasons Change

  1. Yeah I do more baking in the winter. I don’t hate it, but I just wonder why I seem to lean towards labor intensive activities. Because of course I gotta bake from scratch or tweak a recipe so much it feels like it’s from scratch.

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    1. It’s ’cause we’re old school. 😉
      We were raised in a time where taking time was appreciated & valued.

      That doesn’t exist anymore. Only through the few left that practice it.

      I bet you’re an awesome cook. 😀

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      1. True. And I used to get so upset with how long it took my mom to cook or teach me anything. Now I get it. Now it takes me a long time to do, ‘quick’ things. Ever notice how ‘quick grits’ are not quick at all? I dunno why I thought of that. It’s not what I was referring to. Lol

        My cooking is a work in progress. I’m better than I was 10 years ago.

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  2. I only have a minute but wanted to tell you that your artwork here is fantastic! The treatment of the tree trunk is beautiful. Really lovely.

    Fast answer: I love to cook and bake but don’t have time for either. No holiday cookies for us this year (we don’t need them anyway). You are a good Mother to bake the cookies! 🙂

    Hope you and your family are well! xoxoxoxo

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    1. Quick or not, I always love your visits here, Maddie, you know that. 🙂
      Yeah, I mostly do it for the munchkin, some family, and a few neighbors. Brightens their day a little. & That usually brightens my day as well.

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    1. It’s certainly not for everyone. But I think it has a way of warming up a house, emotionally sometimes as well.
      Nothin’ wrong with a lil’ cookie. (Ha!) So long as we don’t overdo it.



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