Friday, October 5, 2012

Happy Weekend Ya'll....

Heloo everyone, it's the weekend once again. I'm going to be working on my cabinet this weekend as long as the weather allows me to..if not then I will have to work on the cabinet doors inside...What will you be doing this weekend.???

Well I have new neighbor's upstairs...remember I told you the passed one was just crazy.
I think God, well I know God has blessed me with a sweet loving woman with loving children. I'm ever so grateful we have bonded already.
It's very exciting, we went for a short walk this morning and chatted in the Garden it was very lovely.
And guess what, we are going to Church together on Sunday.
I'm very very excited...he blessed me with a Angel!!!
I just love her already...
I thought I would share this lovely looking Tea Bread with you. I found it on a friends Facebook page the other day...It just looked so pretty. I want to try and make it soon. Just need to get the Lavender.

Lavender Tea Bread-


3/4 cup milk

2 Tbsp. dried lavender flowers, finely chopped, or 3 Tbsp. fresh chopped flowers
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
6 Tbsp. butter, softened
1 cup sugar
2 large eggs

Grease a 9x5x3 inch loaf pan.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Heat milk with lavender almost to a boil, then steep until cool.
Mix flour, baking powder and salt together in bowl.
In another bowl cream butter and gradually add sugar, then eggs, one at a time, beating until light and fluffy.

From Lady Victoria ....
                                                           Doesn't it look lovely????

Well my dear friends, I think I'm off and running. Mom's foot is not doing to good and I have to run some errands for her. I hope that you have a most enchanting Weekend ever...I know I will  I'M GOING TO CHURCH.. WITH MUCH MUCH LOVE....Janice
Happy Weekend.................


  1. Oh, that lavender tea bread looks wonderful!!! Do you have the recipe for the frosting? Thank you.

  2. So glad you have a new friend and what a beautiful teacup you have! The tea bread looks so yummy!

  3. Thank you so much Janice for your very nice comment about my blog birthday. It's ladies like yourself who keep me wanting to do my very best and offer something fresh and sweet in every post I put on. Hope you have a lovely weekend.


  4. It didn't have a frosting, but it looks like its a powdered sugar can probably add a lite lemon with the lavender or just add some drops of milk with it...depending which you like...

  5. The lavender tea bread looks delicious! I have never had something like that - I will have to try it sometime :)
    Have a wonderful and blessed weekend.


  6. Thank you Janice! I hope you are having a great autumn as well!! I read your post about going to church with a new friend but was unable to respond on my ipad. It has been giving me fits. Have a wonderful weekend!!


  7. I am delighted that you have a nice new neighbor. We own 1/2 of a duplex and the other half just sold . . . and is becoming a rental. I met the young woman who is moving in, but not her husband. If he is as nice as she, then it looks like I have some new sweet neighbors, too.
    I have really been praying about it . . . So, I too am feeling blessed. Looks like we both have a lot to be thankful for :)
    Thanks for your sweet visit, I am enjoying getting to know you better, Connie :)

  8. Janice the cake looks so good, I made the biscuits you posted the recipe for a few posts ago,and they turned out beautiful. They got eaten before I got a chance to ice them. I'm going to make another batch and hide them until I can ice them. Love the lavender teacup and glad you've found a new friend. x

  9. Your lavender bread looks so delicious! I love the pretty violet tea cup and saucer. I looked around a bit and loved your crochet flowers with the tea towels, how cute!

  10. You know you are killing everyone with that delicious cake! beautiful,as is your entire post.

  11. Oh I wish I could have a piece of that bread right now with my coffee ~ looks so yummy! It's wonderful that you have a sweet new neighbor. Being surrounded by good people makes a big difference in our lives. Have a wonderful Sunday, Janice!

  12. Hi Janice, what a beautiful post. I love lavender too. The bread is so pretty. So happy to hear about your new neighbor. Having good neighbors make such a difference. Especially when you live so close together. Have a lovely sunday together! Delisa :)