Monday, February 06, 2006


In between carrying things in from the van and putting them away I decided to make these yummy oat pan rolls . I got busy and almost let them burn, but thank goodness I got them out in time and are they ever tasty. Sher over at Old Crow Farm posted the recipe a few days ago and I have made them twice as they are easy and fast and did I say yummy??? Just don't get busy and forget them like I almost did.
Heather, Norman the Gnome will be leaving home tomorrow as I couldn't get the van emptied of all the things we packed in it from the other house. William had it so packed that I still have several boxes to get out and put away. He is all ready boxed and ready to go so will be on his way first thing in the morning. I will email each of you closer to your visit from Norm and give you the address of where he goes from your house. Make sure Norm behaves himself and don't spoil him cause he has to spend some time in the garden when he gets back! LOL
Don't forget to enjoy trying a new recipe, enjoy your friends and family, enjoy your day and most of all enjoy your blessings of the day. Each night I have a book I write 5 blessings I received that day.
So the Lord shall make bright clouds. Zechariah 10:1

It is His own voice speaking. Go to Him for help, and as sure as the sun shines above these clouds you will get just what you need.

16 comments:

Dawn said...

Those look YUMMY! Bet they smelled wonderful when baking!!!
I think that writing down five blessings a day is a good idea.

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

wow those look soooo good...come make me some peggy;)

Flossy said...

Peggy, they look delish!

I have a gratitude diary too, and it's something I enjoy doing. I sometimes don't get to it every day, but at least 4 times a week, and I think it makes a real difference in my life :)

Mindy said...

The oat pan rolls look delectable! Its so important to be aware of the blessings throughout the day, sometimes we get so busy with living life itself, its easy to forget Whose we are, and what He has done and continues to do for us! Thank you for this post, great stuff!
Hugs to you

Maggie Ann said...

Peggy, your rolls do look delicious. I try not to bake very often...bread goes straight to my hips for storage....smile.

BrocanteHome said...

Oh they look scrumptious...

novaks8 said...

yummy!

I want some.

lol

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

My mouth watered! Hot tea and these...oh!

Heather Smith said...

Yum! Those do look good!
Looking forward to Norman's visit!

melissa said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe. Don't you love the way the house smells after baking? Yeast rolls are the best for that.

Stay warm, sweetie!

Connie and Rob said...

It must be wonderful to walk into your house a get a whiff at what you are cooking each day! They look great.

Looking forward to seeing Norm. We have been making plans for things to do while he is here!

Connie

Amy said...

oooh gotta make these, any chance of the recipe?

Nicole said...

Everytime I read your blog Peggy I come away feeling lighter on my feet. Thank you.

dolly said...

woW! your pics of things you have made make my mouth water all the time!

dollx

Tee said...

That bread looks so TASTY!

I tried 2 new recipes last night and they were both a hit! Gotta love that :)

Your seagull post below made me almost cry. Keep us updated.

OLD CROW FARM said...

Glad your enjoying the rolls Peggy! I love them too! Sure wish I was there to share one with you (I'd bring my Berry Cheesecake Muffins!) and to look at your magazines. Wouldn't we have fun? Hugs, Sher