Our kids and grands were over for dinner on Wednesday night and I took this blurry in motion photo of JJ riding in his Maserati with his car phone to match.
The country internets have been very unreliable the last couple of days which made Thursday a good time to pull out COVID-19 Puzzle #15. This is the busy London 1000 piece that my friend Jeanie sent me for my 70th birthday. I’ll try to get it done before I turn 71, grin!
I’m scheduling this post for Friday right now just in case the internet goes out again. This country internet issue is also the reason I will be late in keeping up with your blogs.
Happy Friday to y’all.
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Cute photo of JJ! Hubby and I are working on a puzzle, seems like it is taking us forever to finish.
Have a happy day and a great weekend!
Have fun with that puzzle! I love working puzzles but I try not to work them bigger than 500 pieces.
Yes, 1000 piece puzzles can be an extra challenge for sure. Thank you for stopping by!
1000 pieces are what we prefer to do. Enjoy your latest puzzle.
We are pretty lucky with our internet connection up here in the woods.
Ellen – the blurry nature of the photo gives us a sense of the motion – I like it. Wow, that puzzle looks like a doozy! Good luck (and secretly I am betting that you will get it done well before your next birthday).
Angie, already it is so much easier than the Owls which was the last one I did.
Hi from Manitoba, Canada
I am wondering if you could post your recipe for Swedish pancakes? I make crepes and our kids love them, and I’m wondering how Swedish pancakes are different?
Hello Sunita, They are similar to crepes. His small batch has 2 cups milk, 1 cup flour, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Mix all but eggs and oil in bowl. Heat griddle (he uses 2 griddles) Beat in eggs and oil to the bowl. Pour 1/4 cup (approx) at a time onto center of skillet and quickly tilt skillet to spread the batter over the full bottom of the griddle. Flip to cook opposite side. Stir batter between each pancake. If pancakes stick all more oil.
I realize I’ve never posted the recipe or photos of the completed pancakes. I’ll have to put that on my to do list!
Thank you Ellen! I made these for lunch and we loved them! They are a lot like crepes as you said but slightly thinner and they got these nice brown spots which I like.
I can see why these are a family favourite.
I love your blog, your love for the Lord, His Word, and your family are so evident.
Sunita, I’m glad you enjoyed them! Thank you so much for your encouragement!
Tech troubles are frustrating, aren’t they? Ugh.
Fun photo of JJ riding his car! And your new puzzle looks challenging, but so much fun! Do you have a separate table for doing puzzles? I enjoy them too, but can’t commit to a big one unless we have a period of time with no guests.
Cute picture of JJ. That puzzle looks daunting. It’ll be beautiful though, can’t wait to see it finished!