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OH, I tried a bread once that Suzanne at Blessed Among Men posted, it was a beautiful braided herb bread, at least on her post. BUT I tried 3 batches and finally gave up. The hard dense loaf did have good flavor...

At least your floor is shiny, right? :)

LOL!! How many days, I have had like that!

Oh no!! You have a lot more determination than I do, that is for sure!

Oh gosh your floor sounds as shiny as mine! My almost three year old loves to put furniture polish on my kitchen floor. Trying to break mommy`s neck while she`s cooking...do you think he thinks I`m a bad cook? lol.

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