Oh my goodness.
I apologize for being absent from the blog for so long. As I mentioned before, a lightning storm took out my computer about a month ago, and I was able to replace my PC fairly quickly. What I have not been able to replace quite so easily is the Photoshop software that’s packed up in a box, someplace, somewhere. I use that software on just about every blog post, and I’m stuck without it. I have not really wanted to pay Adobe’s monthly fee since we DO own the software, but when push comes to shove, well I bit the bullet and paid the fee. Now I am (hopefully) back on track.
I hope you enjoy the quotes that I share because I’m going to continue to share them. In fact, I’m looking into publishing a book one day. (I have WAY too many projects that I’d love to get accomplished in my lifetime; we shall see if this one comes to fruition.)
I love this quote (from Anne Tyler’s book, The Beginner’s Goodbye) because it reminds me how much I enjoy cooking on the weekends. I usually try a few new recipes — my keeper recipe notebook gets a little fatter each week, and that’s why I may start to share more keeper recipes soon. It also reminds me of my mother who loves to cook.
And the reference to dancing? Well, I agree that cooking is like dancing in the fact that you have to do things in a certain order and in a certain rhythm. And that thought reminds me of my grandpa who taught all his girls how to dance. I remember him distinctly quietly saying the repetitive mantra “1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3 …” when he was teaching me how to waltz.
P.S. A sincere “thank you” is extended to Colby Stopa for allowing me to transform her image. Oh, and this blog post does contain an affiliate link.