I’d Rather Be…

..planting my spring garden right now. Since that isn’t possible yet, I’m quiet happy where I am. I love my life. My daughter and I invented a new bread; Flaxseed & Prune Ciabatta, during math lesson this morning. We both agree that it was unexpectedly delicious. So juicy and soft! Will definitely try that combination again.




I do admit that I have a weakness for homemade bread, fresh from the oven. Since I live far away from where I grew up, and spent my first 30 years, many of my friends now don’t even know that I used to be a baker, before deciding that teaching was my call. I still enjoy it tremendously. The touch, the feel, the smell, and the taste 🙂

So tell me, what would you rather be doing right now?

Whatever you are doing today, I wish you a wonderful, happy day, filled with joy.


Ms Zen

Categories: baking, Homeschooling, Mindful Living, NorCal, Organic Gardening, parenting, Photography, southern NevadaTags: , , ,

17 thoughts on “I’d Rather Be…

  1. Yes I am going to have to make some more bread right now. There’s enough of the previous loaf for lunch for me but not enough for the morning. Right now I am alternating between Wholewheat and Multigrain – maybe today I try half and half!

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    1. I’ll go with you! A warm sunny beach does sound lovely right now, and I don’t even like going to the beach! It’s been raining here for days and days now.

      Thank you!


  2. LOL, love the comment about rather be at YOUR house smelling and tasting the bread!! Not much of a baker but every year my Mom would bake bread for Holy Thurdays and it was an amazing treat I still remember.

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