Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Life can be like a loaf of bread...

Ever feel like you're so rushed to get everything done that you're running out of the pan?
Sometimes it's best to contain ourselves, double check our recipe of life's essential ingredients,
and rise to the occasion slowly...

Hope your day is a happy one:@)

Am I feeling all philosophical and zen-like, or at the very least Forrest Gump-ish?
Nah, just wanted to turn this disaster of a bread into a positive!
I'll be giving it another try this weekend,
I think I can, I think I can, I think I can...:@)

21 comments:

  1. I love this! I'm so impressed with your brain right now.

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  2. Thanks ~ I needed to be reminded of that!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  3. But did it taste good? I'd still eat it.

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  4. I could swear that the photo is from my archive of bread disasters!! It happens to the best of us. Soldier on!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  5. Yep, I've been there! Rise above! (hee)

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  6. I must say this is a great photo of the bread runneth over!

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  7. He-he, thanks for the share. Even the best of the best can have a disaster in the kitchen!!!!

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  8. I'll bet it tasted good. Just dig into it and eat it with butter...real butter. Smile. I like your philosophy. I know you can!!!
    xo, Jeanne

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  9. That sure put a smile on my face! Thanks for sharing the loaf of bread, Lynn. xo

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  10. As long as it tasted good it doesn't matter.
    Merle......

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  11. You've got a very strange sense of humor, Lynn...and I love ya' for it! LOL

    I bet it still tasted pretty good!

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  12. I bet it tasted good, especially with some of your homemade jam! And a fabulous way of looking at things. Very inspirational! xo

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  13. Hey, I''ve seen that loaf before...in MY kitchen. LOL...glad I'm not alone :)

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  14. I bet the house still smelled wonderful!!! - it happens to us all!
    Mary oxo

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  15. yup, been there too. I do like your positive outlook and that try, try again attitude :)

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  16. "Double check our recipe of life's essential ingredients and rise to the occasion slowly"...LOVE your bread disaster/life metaphor :)

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