Where will it end

 I’m at 61 thousand + words and I feel like there is much more to tell. I’m very curious if I’ll be able to complete this book, or it’ll keep going. I think I can, but it may end up being a lot longer than normal. I could well go to the 100K mark, justContinue reading “Where will it end”

Just words

  Late so just word count Word count I started Friday with: 57,681 Word count I ended Monday with: 59,509 Total for the day: 1,828 words     Question of the Day: Describe your perfect house. Use images if you like.   *the image used as a thumbnail represents a scene written today.

Eet’s meh 36th birthday

I’m so wiped. Had a tummy ache today this morning, which is always exhausting. On top of that, I’ve been trying to build a tall arbor for a climbing rose, not a wide one, so I’ve been digging posts a lot. Well, it’s one post, but I’ve had to dig multiple holes for it, haha. At first my idea was to use the post as a placement for the trellis, but then I realized that the end of the porch there is at a sort of angle. So when I make it straight out from the porch, it looked wonky.

So much going on today

Too much going on. Just word count.   Word count I started Friday with: 53,266 Word count I ended Monday with: 55,761 Total for the day: 2,495 words     Question of the Day: What are your favorite toppings for a sandwich?   *the image used as a thumbnail represents a scene written today.

Easiest pizza dough ever

(function(d,t){var g=d.createElement(t),s=d.getElementsByTagName(t)[0];g.src=”http://instagramfollowbutton.com/components/instagram/v2/js/ig-follow.js”;s.parentNode.insertBefore(g,s);}(document,”script”)); I derived this recipe from The Pioneer Woman’s pizza. The way I do this crust is to separate it at the end into 3 balls, flatten them out in 3 separate 9-inch pie pans, then for the three in this house, we all have a separate pizza. Place 3/4 warm water in aContinue reading “Easiest pizza dough ever”

Old World Charm – Modern Living Cinnamon Roll Bread

Cinnamon Roll Bread This recipe is derived from The Pioneer Woman cinnamon roll recipe – http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/06/cinammon_rolls_/     INGREDIENTS: 1 cup milk 1/4 cup oil 1/4 cup sugar 3 tsp yeast (I use quick rise) 1 tsp vanilla 1/4 tsp cinnamon (optional) 2 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 cup flour 1/4 heaping tsp baking powder 1/4 almostContinue reading “Old World Charm – Modern Living Cinnamon Roll Bread”

Homemade Tater Tots and boy are they delish

Credit for the original recipe is found here – http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/03/homemade-tater-tots.html I will write up how I did it, but the original tells how to freeze it, and the like. Mine will just tell how to make a quick batch which will disappear within no time. And I do mean NO time.  Homemade Tater Tots Ingredients: (OriginalContinue reading “Homemade Tater Tots and boy are they delish”

Easy cake doughnut holes (lots of step-by-step images)

Some of the most delicious doughnut holes on the planet. Not even kidding. Fairly simple to make too. One winter when the heater decided to stop working, my mom was in Texas, brother was long-haul truck driving, and I was on my own, I used a bag of these to pay my brother’s friends forContinue reading “Easy cake doughnut holes (lots of step-by-step images)”

Pumpkin Walnut Cookies

I always love making these cookies around the winter time, to go along with it being Christmas, and Fall, but these taste practically like doughnuts, so they’d be good year-round really.  Pumpkin Walnut Cookies Yield: About 5 dozen Ingredients:                   Cookie: 1 cup butter, softened 2/3 firmly packedContinue reading “Pumpkin Walnut Cookies”