Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Tuesday's Hero Is...

Amy!

Thanks Amy for teaching me how to make bread. It's here baking and smells so yummy! I know I will be eating a couple slices as soon as they come out.

I officially graduated from Physical Therapy today. I am hoping that this ten year struggle with my back will be over now. I am so thankful to Ben and his associates for teaching me how to take care of my own problems and fix my body.

It's quiet time and I need some quiet.

7 comments:

Amy said...

FINALLY! I am a hero!
I want to first thank my great-grandmother, without her influence I am not certain I would have ever tried to make bread myself. I also want to thank my husband for giving me a budget so tight it requires home-made rather than store bought bread on occasion. I can't forget my children who eat the bre...

oh dear! the music is starting. I'll hurry.

Thank you Mom, Dad, Betty Crocker, and Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. I owe you all my success.

Chris said...

Break out the champagne! Congrats to healthy bread makers!

Pendullum said...

Congrats to the healthy back and healing yourself...
and there is always a cheer in my heart for freshly baked homemadebread!

Angela O. said...

One of our favorite wedding gifts was a bread maker--not as good as homemade bread--but very lovely to program and wake up to cooking bread.

T said...

I'm going to try a new bread recipe this weekend too! It's whole wheat with nuts and all that goodness. I'll let you know how it turns out and if the recipe is worth sharing.

Happy Bread eating! It never lasts as long as it takes to make! :)

Ruth Ann said...

Hey Gals,

If you ever want to bake whole wheat bread, let me know...I have a mill to grind the flour and it really makes a difference in the taste to use fresh-milled flour...mmmmm!

Karen said...

You ladies are tempting me to try something like that. My college mom always knead and rose her pizza dough in a bread maker while gone to work during the day. Maybe I should go that route.