"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Thursday, October 17, 2013

How one can get easily distracted in the kitchen

I made Focaccia yesterday for the first time and 
while I was cleaning up the extra flour I saw in
that pile of flour a Mermaid.

So then I had to start fiddling around
to see what else I could make.
I could have gone on forever, but
realized while I was drawing with flour
my sweetie pie was sweating away 
building his workshop in the garage.

I am so easily distracted....
and Russell can be so focused!

We've been here about 18 months and Russell
finally has time to put his garage in order! Hurrah!



Cheryl said...

Your focaccia looks delicious. HA...that looks exactly like a mermaid.

Kudos on getting the garage done. Over the summer, mine has gotten terribly messy, and I can't find the initiative to get out there and clean it up.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Bread looks delicious! How did it taste?
Easily distracted. My wife would've played with the flour as well.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I have never had Focaccia before. I must try it. And I believe you've discovered a new art form - flour art :)

Stephen Hayes said...

I love walking around the house holding a loaf of freshly baked bread. There's something amazingly comforting about it.

messymimi said...

The creative mind at work -- in all forms of art!

Congratulations on your successful breadmaking and on his getting the garage in order!

Celia said...

Such a creative cook!

Sandee said...

The bread looks awesome. Awesome.

I'm easily distracted since I've retired. I was very focused then, but now? Not so much.

Have a terrific day honey. :)

Anonymous said...

Kathe - I'm back!!

Love your bread - I've been making mine again all summer ... one of my favourites is focaccia.