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FOR TODAY Feb 23, 09…

Outside My Window… Piles of snow after this weekend’s snow storm

I am thinking… how nice my desk looks

I am thankful for…  my Bible study group, safety in traveling, a clear driveway

From the kitchen… freshly baked banana bread which sunk in the middle – any ideas why it would do that?

I am wearing… jeans, a rose pink shirt, pink and white sweater jacket, sparkly snowflake earrings

I am creating…  new bulletin board display

I am going… to have a declutter chat tonight

I am reading… Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan

I am hoping… my son has a good trip with the robotics team

I am hearing… Hallelujah

Around the house… Cleared and reorganized my desk and bulletin board, next is the other part of my office

One of my favorite things…

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: get son ready for robotics competition, family fun night at church, go on a winter hike

A picture thought for you…


Ducks along Lake Michigan

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  • Heather

    My banana bread sinks in the middle too sometimes – often I think it is baked because of the toothpick test, but it is just slightly under baked and it sinks – not big deal! It gets eaten just the same and I’m sure yours will be tasty too! Enjoyed your daybook!

  • Doylene Brents

    Yes, banana bread sinks when it’s undercooked. Better than being burned. I love banana bread. The picture of the ducks is great. I enjoyed your daybook. Thanks for sharing. Doylene

  • Rachel

    The secret to good banana bread is to bake it at 300 F.

    It will take longer, it depends on your bread pan size but it prevents the edges from getting over baked and the inside not completly done.

    No matter what the recipe says, bake it at 300. Since quick breads don’t take yeast, it won’t affect the rise.

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