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Smells from the kitchen/during a Blizzard

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I look upon the counter and what do I see, three homemade baked items are facing me. Oh, and I must say, they turned out deliciously on this winter’s day..

The wife’s been in a baking mood, and It’s brought about some delicious food. Perhaps it’s the cold and frequent snow, I do not know. Something for sure has inspired her to kneading some dough.

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Between things in the oven baking away, up to her office she would often stray, to work on a quilt this cold winter’s day. Quilts are her passion while listening to books, right now the “Third Reich” is into what she looks.

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The buzzer goes off in the kitchen, it’s a break from her time to sew. Corn Bread and muffins have risen from the dough. A Blue berry Lemon Bread with a glaze brings sparkles to this writer’s eye. It’s something new she just wants to try.

Outside on the ground, some gathering snow, along with the flavors of the rising dough. The temperature falls close to the teens, but who really cares when you live with a baking queen.

Between the baking and sewing of a quilt, the aroma of a pot of hamburger soup wafts through the air. The carrots and potatoes get a gentle stir whenever one passes by the pot.

Quote the Rooster, “Ever more,” sweet bread that is, and not from the store.

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Don’t forget to check on the Elderly


3 Comments

  1. Paula Wright says:

    Our son his wife & 1 grandson the other one was @ sleep over came & shoveled. Helped Mark!! According to Dan Satterfield no one over 60! Should be shoveling !?!

  2. The boardwalk looks pretty but can’t have much fun with the snow

  3. I loved your poem in the form of prose. I could imagine the wonderful aromas in your house full of love.

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