I know I have showed you all my little set up for tea and coffee in my little room before right?
I have so been enjoying a cup of tea in my little room while working on a project or on my computer. My man says that I am just playing house in my room. LOL!
I've been enjoying my different flavored teas that my friend Debbie Ray sent to me so much.
I love all the different flavors....
Wish you could smell this brewing.
This one is my favorite. But I love anything with mint.
Oh so very good.
This made me a Happy Camper!
So, I gathered up my coffee stuff for my room.
I like all different types of coffee as well but my all time go to is Black Silk!
Yep, think I have a good little set up with coffee and tea now.
What is really great is that our guest bathroom is right outside the hall from my little room so I can grab water from there. Or I can grab a bottled water from my cabinet from my desk. Either way is good by me. My water from faucet is good old well water so you can't go wrong either way.
YEP, think I'm going to enjoy this a LOT! My man has asked, "Do you plan to live in that room? My answer, "It all depends on you! LOL!
I hope that you all had a great weekend and are having a good week. I surely have. Had a pool party with the girls and grands over the weekend. Done a a little shopping and today I made a bread pudding.
I hate throwing left over bread, buns or rolls away that is on the verge of being out of date. Most often I freeze them to use later for a recipe or I feed it to the fish in my pond. But, decided to use some left over rolls and make a bread pudding.
Here's the recipe should you want to make some.
Simple Bread Pudding:
4 cups of bread cubed.
2 eggs beaten
2 cups of milk
1/4 cup of butter, melted
1/2 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of cinnamon-ground
Take a small casserole dish, maybe about 1 1/2 to 2 quart one and layer your bread in it. Then take your eggs that has been well beaten and add your other ingredients to the egg mixture and mix well. Pour mixture over your bread and pat it down with hands so the bread will soak the juices in. Bake in preheated oven (350) for 40-45 minutes.
Add a little vanilla ice cream and WA LA!
Hoping you all have a good rest of the week and weekend.
And...look for someone to share Jesus with. I doubt you will have to look too far.
Hugs and blessings, Cindy