My hands are in dough again.
I pull the familiar dough bowl
out from underneath
and start working on whipping
up some biscuits.
The virus has run it's way through
my home and left me
with tired and grumpy children.
I knead my dough.
I know they'll eat every last one
I put out even if they say
they're not hungry.
The smell alone will cause them
to stand and linger in my kitchen.
These little ones that I'm entrusted to.
I will feed
and I pray mamma's biscuits will
bring you back to full health once again..
I smile a smile of knowing them so well.
This is motherhood at it's best.
Amish home-made biscuits
2 cups all purpose flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup of homemade mayonnaise
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon sugar
Biscuits with butter and honey mmmmmmm...
A while ago I visited your blog and heard soulful violin music - I think it was. If possible, would you please direct me to that music or similar violin sounds. I love your blog, your heart, and the music you put up on your blog. Thank you for being an encouragement to young moms like myself trying to make my way through this world. Sincerely, Liz
If you go here:
you can listen to my old playlist!
Thanks and Blessings!!
Robin, it was so nice to meet you sat. @ the Flip Side Cafe in Gadsden. I was with my daughter Lisa, who is expecting twins.
I have looked at your blog and love it. You have a fantastic family and life. All the children are so precious.
God Bless You.
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