Saturday, October 28, 2017

Five on Friday

First of all I want to thank all my lovely blogger friends for their wishes for speedy recovery of my son. Last week due all those happening I couldn’t post my week review. This week I decided post the review. The week was pretty hectic.

 
Monday:
My son went to school after the mishap. I talked with his teacher, and she told that she would figure out something, as he broke his writing hand. Around one in the afternoon, I took him out from school to go to orthopedic doctor. I had some other appointment, so, I couldn’t go with him. I took him from school, and went to Mr. Man’s office. From there he took the kiddie to doctor. Then I rushed to my work. I came back home around 8 in the evening. My Mr. Man cooked the dinner for the day.

A lone Marvel Peru is striving in the garden.


Tuesday:
The remodeling work is still going on. Yesterday they put the lath and the chicken wire , so, there was no space left for their easy access inside the remodeling part. From today, they have started using the space where we are currently living to go to the remodeling part. They started coming for work, before the sky becomes clear. 

Though it is middle school book, but it is good to read. The true story of few fateful families.


Wednesday:
Today I had few jobs to do, so, I could left home, and came back after picking my son from school in the late afternoon. In the mean time Mr. Man came to meet the contractor to discuss the minute details to be done. After they left, I cleaned the floor, I cooked. When I finished everything I was tired as a dog. It was long day for me.

After a tiring day I could only cook sautéed veggies


Thursday:
In the morning I had been working on  few pending job . In the mean time my friend messaged me whether I could meet with her for a coffee. I also wanted to go somewhere to  get rid of all those banging and screeching sound. After taking a long walk, I went to meet her. We chatted over coffee, then both of went to pick our children from school. Then coming back home, again I cleaned up everything. On the top that, the access door from the house to the garage got locked. I couldn’t unlocked it. Lastly, I unscrewed the total lock system. Still one part of the lock was inside the hole,after much effort I was able to take that out. However, unfortunately, the lock broke, and we have to replace it. Anyway,the latch was not in good condition, it got locked few other times before, and every time I had to unscrew it.

This buttercup squash became so big and heavy it got ripped from the plant by itself

 
Friday:
It was another never ending day. As usual before dawn break they came for work. Anyway, I had volunteer duty in the school. After I came back, as I promised to my son to bake a spinach bread, I prepared for that. While doing that, I made a huge mistake. I was reading the recipe, where it was clearly written, 3/4 tbsp. butter, but I had no idea why I put 3/4 cup butter. After putting the butter I realized that I made a disaster. Promptly I poured some amount of melter butter in another container. Then to avoid the disaster I added flour, yeast, salt, and sugar just by eyeballing.Then I rushed to physical therapy office from there I wen to pick my son from school.  After coming back I nervously opened the bowl, and saw the dough rose to double. Then I baked , and, and finally I sighed in relief. The bread was a success.Then cleaned, and mopped the floors, decked up a lot , and went to a birthday party. We came back from there around 10.

Spinach bread

28 comments:

white and vintage said...

You had a very busy week.
Nice greetings,
Christine

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am sorry your son hurt his hand. I hope he is well and recovering. I can not imagine the disruption from the remodeling. Your bread look yummy. Wishing you a happy day and weekend.

Jeanie said...

It sounds like a mix of a week, Krishna, especially with a hurt child. That's just hard to watch. And then adding everything to it. I hope you get a very relaxing weekend.

Prims By The Water said...

So glad your bread turned out ok. I have messed up recipes before, only to throw them out. Yuck. I feel for you with the remodel...but it will all be worth it in the end. I know. :-) Janice

Anonymous said...

Your fresh vegetables and spinach bread look very delicious.

JoJo said...

So busy!!!! I've made disastrous mistakes in baking too. lol At least you caught yours in time! The bread looks really good!

RaeAbigael said...

I would love to have a taste of that spinach bread! :)

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Margaret-whiteangel said...

Busy times for you as always.
The bread looks lovely.

Annie's Journal said...

I'm amazed how you managed to bake perfect spinach bread despite of the disaster in the beginning:) Have a nice weekend Krishna.

Gosia k said...

Have a great Sunday

Nancy Chan said...

I love sauteed veggies. Have a great weekend!

mamasmercantile said...

Another busy week, the bread looks delicious.

Kathy Leonia said...

my weekend had started teribly bad...

rita gargaglione said...

Thank you for sharing, dear!

Have a nice sunday

Julies Dresscode said...

The bread sounds tasty! I think I will try it! Have a great Sunday!
xoxo,
Julie
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Pixel Peeper said...

I hope your son's hand is healing quickly!

I had a busy week, indeed. Living with renovations going on is very stressful. I admire you for still cooking and making bread with all this going on!

NanaDiana said...

You sure had a lot going on this past week. I am so sorry for your boyo. Our SweetCheeks sprained her wrist/hand and chipped the bones this past Friday. So painful, poor kid. Hope this week is a little slower paced for you. xo Diana

Betsy said...

That spinach bread looks scrumptious! What a busy last week you had. I would drop. Happy Monday Betsy

doodles n daydreams said...

You have certainly had a busy week with the renovations going on. I'm pleased your bread turned out okay in the end.

Diana

Kathy Leonia said...

i think the same;)

Irreplaceable_fashion said...

Wonderful week review Dear:)
kisses

Rafa Oliveira said...

Great post and photos.

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Shweta Shah said...

Great writing!!! please do take care of your son.
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Vel Criste said...

Sorry to hear about your son dear, but glad he's good enough to go back to school.

Beauty Unearthly said...

Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

Magic Love Crow said...

Your bread looks amazing! Big Hugs to your son! I hope he continues to heal well! Big Hugs!

Martha@SeasideSimplicity said...

Sure sounds like a busy week! I found you on the Friday Five link up. I missed it this week but will be joining along in the future :)

Tricky Wolf said...

I hope your sons hand is healing well, at least he can use his other hand to get Halloween candy!

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