I Love Thursday #129 – Many Blessings
This is the 129th post of things we love for the week. We post these loves each Thursday along with LeeAnna on her blog at Not Afraid of Color. Several additional friends also share on a weekly basis – be sure to check them out. You will surely find something to inspire you.
Cheesy bundt bread! This whole stay-at-home order makes me want to bake and bake and bake. In one of the Pinterest tempting emails that I receive daily, this recipe was shared. A savory recipe – not the usual sweet one for a bundt pan.
We sliced it and ate it with some marinara sauce. Yum! It was best served nice and warm and fresh out of the oven. I did modify the recipe slightly in that I used shredded cheese instead of grated.
Fat Quarter! I was recently a winner of a fat quarter fabric from Melva in her Pieces From the Past sew-along. She sent this gorgeous fat quarter along with a sweet message. She purposely chose a non-1930s print because we lean toward a more modern vibe. Isn’t that sweet of her?!
Sweet pea Colt and his Auntie Sue enjoy a little bit of sunshine and light. We can’t wait for him to visit us again . . .
Dominic says this is the BEST way to watch a plane fly by. Lay on your back on the sidewalk and watch it until it’s out of sight. He also says you must wait patiently while momma is getting the chalk out of the package for sidewalk drawing. T-ball pales in comparison to sidewalk chalk!
Momma says, whoever invented painting with water is a genius! Apparently, a good hour is spent by Dominic using the special paintbrush filled with water. Addison wants to paint as well, although kissing the painting mat isn’t quite how we go about it. Auntie Rose had to quickly find an Elmo video before the sweet littles had to head home. Finally, Addison had plenty of time to enjoy one of her favorite books with Auntie Sue. ♥ ♥ ♥
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