There’s a little glimpse of sunshine peeking through the windows and it tricked us into thinking it’s warmer than it is and forgetting that it’s only about 10C outside.
We popped outside to give the chickens our food scraps and quickly ran back in to get warm. On the plus side, one of them had just laid and the egg was toasty warm.
The New Year has well and truly begun and I am welcoming 2014 with open arms and hoping that this year brings back the inspiration needed to come back here and stay for a while.
During my break from here, I became comfortable in the instagram community because I love the daily pics, the creativity, the beautiful inspiring community and of course the conversations. I love that you can post
a pic and get people talking. I love that I don’t have to post a pic but I can still pop in whenever I want to and have a conversation with someone. I love that I don’t feel like I HAVE to, but that I WANT to. I love the support. I love that sometimes we all share the same problems. I love that we can help each other with our queries. I love that there will always be someone awake at some strange hour to click a “heart” on your photo.
But you know what, I miss it here, I have been missing it for a while. Truth is, once you are gone for some time it’s so much harder to get back.
A friend recently told me that she returned to blogging because “…I want to say more!” and it’s true, sometimes you just need to say a bit more.
So Cath, this post, and recipe are especially for you.
Week one of school holidays has come to an end and I am still here, haven’t gone crazy yet but hey, there’s still time!
We have done a few things together this week and these muffins were a good outdoor treat for the little ones.
It’s a quick recipe if you have people coming over and smell absolutely delicious coming out of the oven.
If you don’t have sour cream in the fridge, just use yoghurt instead.
A quick post today before we head out to Aidan’s “favourite op-shop”, yep, he has a favourite, definitely a toy thing.
Amelie has been loving school…phewww, so I felt like she needed a “well done” kind of treat and a treat from me often involves some making & baking.
Aidan helped make this so it’s a good one for kids to be involved in.