Saturday, April 11, 2009

Coffee-can Paska

I didn't take the time this year to mess with the fancy decorations on top, but still this is tasty Easter bread.

Yesterday morning, we visited our Landseer Newfoundland pup Memphis. Memphis was born on February 28, so she's about 6 weeks old. The breeder is a two hour drive away, but it was a nice day to get out. Memphis is doing fine. I think she's grown since I saw her last Sunday, and for sure she's become more playful and interested in the world around her.

When we got home we started in on a job we've been stalling - sorting through our many boxes of books and filling our book-shelves. We got a lot done, maybe two-thirds of it, but there are plenty of boxes still to go through.

We've decided to release some books into the wild. In fact, I'm going out to release some right now.


Wandering Coyote said...

I remember previous paskas and they always look wonderful, as to this year's version! I made hot cross buns this year that were da bomb!

The Preacherman said...

I could almost smell that on the screen. Looks gorgeous.

You posted about Jacques, I've posted about CJ aka The Oil Slick. It may amuse you being a cat lover like me.

Happy Easter old bean

Patience said...

Looks good. Too bad my dh of Ukrainian heritage is on a wheat free diet!

tshsmom said...

Shelves look so much better with books on them, but it is a chore. We'll be weeding through ours when we take down the shelves to paint the hall.