Ammon's downstairs right now blaring some awesome crooner style jazz and doing the dishes. And all I can think about is how jealous I am, because I'm sitting in our office where I'm supposed to be working on my final project for my Finance class. Spoiler alert: It isn't going well at all. I thought it would be a good idea to analyze his company, since part of his compensation package is vested stock options. Instead, I find myself very concerned over our financial future. The stock market can be such a Debbie Downer.
Speaking of downer's, these "scones" were a huge disappointment. I had really high hopes for them, but when they literally fell flat in the oven, so did all of my dreams. It's probably good though, because I've had some decent baking successes lately, and I was probably getting overly confident in my skills. Nothing like flat scones to remind you it's all a work in progress, I suppose.
This, my dears, is a loaf of Sourough I made that was decidedly NOT a failure. Ammon, who professes to hate sourdough, seemed to enjoy it. How I'm able to win with wild yeast, but fail with baking powder is completely beyond me.
Speaking of things made more delicious with yeast, wine. Oh, wine. And beer. And cider. You're all delicious, but I'm planning on quitting you. I've got a 2 week liver-cleanse program coming that I'm super excited about, but in order to do any good, the tasty beverages have gotta go buh-bye. Glad that Girl's Night at the winery was this last weekend and not this weekend, because I would be sad indeed. I'm planning on starting the program as soon as it gets here, so any day now. I'll keep you posted on how that goes.
Oh, and did I mention I'm planning on going off coffee for those two weeks too? Feel sad for my husband and co-workers. And perhaps pray for them.