Hugs for Henry and I've been baking
This morning I was looking for our daughter Tilly and eventually found her lied alongside Henry in the back house. I thought what a lovely photo, as they were both lied length ways and Tilly was stroking Henry's head, it reminded me of me as a child. Many a time I was found in the dog bed with the dogs and another place after being told off, would be under the kitchen table telling a dog my woe. Sadly by the time I got the camera this morning, I missed that moment, but caught this one of the two of them.
Children do say such funny things. Tilly told me the other day, "I love you so much Mummy,one day I am going to marry you." I was just about to reply her, but she looked at me and said, " Mummy, I know you are married to Daddy, but when he dies, then I'm going to marry you." She then did her funny little laugh and skipped off, no doubt plotting Dad's demise. Lol
Today I have been baking as tonight is our son Bert's cricket awards night and they ask for parents to bring food and share.
Need to go shopping, but managed to put something together with what is in the cupboards without venturing to the shops, substituting walnuts for pecans in the Brownies and it works, of course I force myself to sample everything.
Naughty Henry did lick one of the Cheesy biscuits as I was brushing them with egg before sprinkling with cheese, but as they say, "What the eye don't see, the heart don't grieve."
I wonder if there will be an award for "Parent who baked beyond the call of duty for the cricket team" if there ain't, there should be. Lol
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― Samuel Butler
Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
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