Visual Representation of the Joy Inside from Being Able to Make and to Roll Out a Pie Crust

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The new flour mix appears to work!!! The dough only stuck a little, and I halved the recipe which can give me fits on a normal good day. The humidity is also a factor for which I haven’t yet learned to adjust! I am heating the oven to bake it off now and if it works!!??!?! Coconut Cream Pie!!! woohoo I am so grateful and becoming more glad that I spent the funds to get the flours!

Modern Tulip

Modern Tulip

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Oh My Goodness!!!!

I’ve stopped writing.

Wait, that is untrue.

I am still having all of the thoughts and most of the ponders, but not so many things screaming in a ‘solid’ form that seem to express a need to be blazoned upon a page. And, my computer is and has been in the shop again.

I popped on this morning to say that yesterday, before the end of October, it snowed. It snowed angels having pillow-fights snow. Giant and cascading flakes that pour down as if God were busy looking at us all on the inside of His snow-globe. It snowed for six hours. Continuously. The weather station called it a Winter Storm. I am ever so glad that at most it accumulated about an inch or two, with the warm ground compacting the snow into a slush with a sugar coated fluffy snow covering. The weather station stated that on the snow board they measured about 6 inches! The snow board doesn’t have Mother Nature’s Autumn Blanket of Heat, the one that continues to encourage barefoot walking on 60 degree days, upon sun warmed grass. I am to have another chance at this temptation and giving in later this week. Upper 50’s and 60’s are forecasted! Less than half of the trees here are still dressed in green. I wonder if they will still turn brilliant and giggling colors and tell their last stories on the breeze before it is time for them to take a nap.