White Spaces Quilt (Or what I did today).

My back is killing me.
My house is a disaster. 
I over cooked the pot roast.
I forgot to make dinner rolls.
The carrots are undercooked. 

I am almost done with my custom dolls list.

I am almost done piecing my first ever quilt just for me. Very exciting! 

I am kind of wishing I had done a solid border and then the pieced one. But I was trying not to spend money on more fabric and use what I had. The longer I look at the picture the less I like the pieced border. What do you all think?



Saw this bucket list on pinterest and loved it. Took me a while but I found the original source!!! She actually has it as a printable! Can't wait to down load it and get it printed. Such a cute idea. Today I am enjoying the beautiful of early fall sunshine; the smell of baking bread and fresh baked gingerbread; the hope that comes from peculating dreams.


Favorite Yeast Dough Recipe Ever

I am not sure why it has taken me so long to share this recipe. It is really a major staple in our house. It is hands down the most divers recipe I have ever used. I could go on and on about this recipe. It captures my child hood to me. I love the stories that go a long with this bread. I love the food that you can make with it. So with out further ado....

Refrigerator Dough Recipe 

 1/2 cup warm water
1 package active dry yeast (NOT fast rising)
1 table spoon sugar
3/4 cup vegitable oil
3/4 cup sugar
1 egg
2 cups warm water
6-8 cups flour

1. Take the first three ingreddients and combine in small bowl. Set aside and let proof.
2. Mix sugar, vegitable oil, and egg in large bowl until well blended.
3. Add water and 2 cups of flour. Mix with whisk until smooth.
4. Add the yeast, water, sugar mixture. Whisk until smooth.
5. Switch to wooden spoon and add remaining flour a cup at a time.
6. Turn onto a well floured surface and kneed until smooth and elastic.
7. Place in a slightly greased bowl and cover with lid or clean towel. Set in a warm place and let rise until double.
8. Make into any number of items or put into fridge. Dough will last up to 10 days.
Dinner Rolls
To make rolls simply pull off enough dough to form the size roll you want.   
(Small rolls are great to serve along with a meal. Make larger rolls and use as sandwich buns, hamburger buns, or for amazing heart sloppy joe buns.)
Shape into smooth balls and place on greased baking sheet.
Let rise until double. 
Brush with melted butter and bake at 350 until rolls are brown on top. 
(Time will depend on how large your rolls are)
Take out and brush again with butter.