Friday, January 8, 2010

Today I was a busy bee again!

I got a few things done on the computer...most important ...got the printer exchanged from the HP to the Lexmark ( the Lexmark runs as slow as molasses)...but at least it's working..It better work, I had to spend $80.bucks for the ink yesterday, it's ink is also hard to find like the H.P.. both companies want you to dispense with the old printers and buy newer ones...that's why the ink is hard to find for the older printers...
I'm still having problems losing my work on the blog...it will shut down completely and I lose whatever I had ..words, pictures, etc...Don't know what the cause of that is...
I made some rolls today! I went to "Kathleen's Country Kitchen" and the pan bread looked so good, I decided to try her recipe..it took me forever to locate them with the computer not as fast as usual..(but at least it's working better than before..
I made lamb chops on my inside grill, but had to end up putting them under the broiler ..they were so thick, and we don't like them that raw!
I added my own spin to the bread, and they were delicious...we ate a half pan :o) the rest will be for breakfast with some bacon,and I don't know what else until the spirit hits me tomorrow :o)...
Plus Ladydi was busy making bread on her blog yesterday too! and that was making me hungry for homemade bread,biscuits or rolls :o)

4 comments:

Daisy said...

Well, it does sound like you had a busy day, Ginny. You are making me hungry as usual talking about your cooking. I bet those rolls were good for breakfast this morning! Hope you have a good weekend! :)

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy, the breakfast was good..with eggs fried on the grill,and bacon done in the oven
cooking bacon like that doesn't require turning it over and watching every second).Takes most of the fat out Ginny

ladydi said...

It makes me so happy to hear about your busy days - it means you must be feeling well, for which I praise God!

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy those rolls were good, I think I'll make more soon so I don't lose the touch :o)

Ladydi, I'm not batting 100 as they say, but I'm busy trying to hit the mark :o)....Ginny