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13 June 2020

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Early morning must smell delightful there. Newly baked rolls and cookies, gardens and even chicken coops. Smells of home in the country.

I just have one word...…….MOMS......They are our base-line, our forever in this World.... the ones we hope to follow and dream to become... sounds like home and a place for all those Princesses following in Mother's foot steps, big shoes to fill !!!!! Loving your stories for these months while you are here in Willows. Be safe :)

I'm exhausted.

I am an early riser too as was my Grandmother.................and my husband is as well.
I have most of my energy in the morning so I try to make the most of it.
Much love
Jeanne

Thanks for the lovely start to my day with your morning story, Corey. Sending love...💕

How wonderful...God Bless all of you...

I'm off and running..............Be safe all.

Wqw :)

Please post your mom's sweetbread roll recipe! Are they like Massa Sovada? Or King's Hawaiian Bread?

I suppose that of necessity this will be your mom's first year without a Holy Ghost Festival. I came across this sopas home-cooking sized recipe online years ago, although as a vegetarian I've never made it. However, at festas I "cheat" -- don't tell anyone! -- and have the broth along with lots of bread soaked in it, plus cabbage or kale (and boiled potatoes, if served).
https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Island-hospitality-Azores-style-At-Portuguese-2715144.php

Alas, I long to be that early riser, busy person but I also
want to stay up late. So, I guess I’m just in the medium category unless it’s an estate sale or flea market :))
The rolls are beautiful !

Ha Ha! I loved my mother dearly, as you do yours, but I wouldn't have been too happy living according to her schedule and agenda for months at a time! -Kate

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