All that Easter fun is catching up with me… Whoops!
Bring on the diet.
Trusting that you had some treats too?
This is what I’m really about when not baking or tasting! via AUTHORS
As you can see the cake is yet to be touched! We ate too much other food. The good news is that there is enough rum in there to preserve the cake for the new year… or save it for another celebration, maybe?
That’s the great thing about new beginnings there are exciting choices to be made. There is no need to rush, though. Tasting good things at the appropriate time is a treat and should be savoured. Looking forward to the delicious tastes of life this year.
Trusting that you will receive similar special gifts to share with friends and family in 2018. Be blessed.
Ecclesiastes 3:1 says: There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.
That’s apparently on Monday the 13th of November. If you didn’t know, don’t worry neither did I. What a shame that we have to be reminded to do something as fundamental to our well being as to be kind!
Let’s practise before Monday, shall we? Not because it’s a special day but because we can…
I shared a meal with someone this lunchtime. It was a lamb roast lunch, all but for the Yorkshire puddings, that I forgot. The pudding was pineapple upside down cake and custard (made with fresh pineapple.) I know! It tasted better than it looks, my smiley pud.So much for the diet. I’ll start tomorrow.
What do you recommend as the best way to show kindness? All ideas greatly received.
Okay! I admit that there were definitely chocolate eggs on this humming-bird cake. Not in the original recipe…However, the pineapple banana and pecans were so good for me. And I took the chocolate off my piece but so enjoyed the rest.
Needless to say, I had considerable help from the family to keep me from falling into the chocolate chomping trap.
Trusting that you can share such a feast over the holiday. With chocolate or without?