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Tuesday, June 30, 2009


I invented something! At least I think I did. I never heard of anyone else doing this.
I had a roll of that refrigerated biscuit dough in the fridge that needed to be baked because the date was up. I never cared for them myself but thought I could make them for company. Anyhow they sat there until this morning.
I had this idea that I could melt some butter and dip them in that then roll them in sugar and cinnamon before baking. Can you tell my sweet tooth was nagging at me? After they were ready for the cookie sheet I decided to cut them in half because the biscuits were large. It only took about 10 minutes to bake.
These are very simple to do and I gotta tell you they are yummy good!
They are shaped like half moons so I think I'll call them Cinnamoon's. A better name than Moonies I think.
Raspberries and strawberries are ripening as fast as I can process them. I made three batches of Strawberry freezer jam last week and today I did one batch of Raspberry freezer jam. It's so simple to make and takes very little time.

And then of course there are those nice rewards. I can enjoy some now and on the cold winter days when the north wind is making herself known by howling around the side of my house and dropping the temp to about 20 degrees, I can cozy up with my puppies in a fuzzy blanket and we can enjoy the summers blessings together.

May our precious Lord bless each of you and fill you with the joy that only He can give.
I want to wish you a safe and happy Independence Day.
God bless our Troops and God Bless America!



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