Hi Friends.

5.17.2010

Ok ok, things are a little fishy right now with my domain name. I'm sorry, I'm working on it. After I get this all figured out, I'll come back and show you my latest project(s). In the meantime, why don't we make some biscuits? 

I really like biscuits.

Especially since they have nothing to do with domain names. Some people might have biscuits in their domain name.  Not me. Also, some people might have a great recipe for biscuits that they would post on their blog after rambling on and on about biscuits. Again, not me.

I just really like biscuits.

Love you mean it!

Um, P.S. is my entire blogroll now gone? Seriously? I don't really have a backup plan for that...

4 comments:

Jennifer McLean said...

Oh Noes! What happened, my friend? I had to re-find you!! I kept trying different combinations on the theme "beautiful Ordinary" until I hit it right... Next I was gonna have to try another platform... OOh, scary, sooo glad you're blogger'cause I don't know how wordpress writes its url's. Whew. You don't have a blogroll anymore?? why?? Do you mea your followers list? It's there. I see it. Do you mean you think they won't find you? I did!! If you're really worried (and you're not gonna get your old link back) then try emailing them all separately. You should be able to click on each pic and send an email. :o)
Don't feel shy, THEY followed you, remember? Hehehe. Don't worry, HUGS. Ok, and a forehead kiss to so you feel all better.
PS. I love biscuits too, here's my recipe for the BESTEST. Now, go make them, they're great! :o)
Jenn's Baking Powder Biscuits
from: Jennifer
yield: 14 Biscuits
category: Breads

INGREDIENTS
2 c. flour
4 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 c. butter
3/4 c. milk
3 Tbsp. sugar (scant)

DIRECTIONS
1. Sift flour, salt, and baking powder into bowl.
2. Add butter and cut into flour with fork.
3. Pour in milk and stir lightly until dough just holds together.
4. Turn dough out on lightly floured board.
5. Pat dough out until 1/2 inch thick and cut with biscuit cutter.
6. Bake at 450 degrees for 12-15 minutes.

~Love from Jenn

Kristen said...

I made your biscuits tonight, and they are deelish! Thanks for the recipe and the kiss on the forehead! <3
Sorry about the domain name thing. I'm being stubborn and so is my registrar. It's a long story. *sigh*

....Petty Witter said...

Hope all is going well with your bloggy problem. I also love biscuits and that recipe sounds yummy.

Jennifer McLean said...

Hey Kristen,
Is everything ok?
Hope you're getting the blog thing worked out! Nice to see Tracy from Petty Witter here too, she's a great blogging friend of mine. :o)
(It's always so cool when one bumps into familiar faces on the net!)
Hugs,
Jenn