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Friday, June 21, 2013



You might want to consider getting a gas stove. In one house where we lived there were no gas lines so I had to have electric and had to have two repairs in eight years. The only repair I have ever had to have during the years I've had gas stoves was a replacement door hinge.


So glad it didn't turn into anything more serious, Sarah. If I had a nickle for every time I've waved something at a fire alarm to make it be quiet! God bless market day for you and Hannah!


What a nuisance for you Sarah! I hope your Saturday market goes extra well for you this weekend.

Just post any leftovers of burnt pie to Down Under. :)

Tammy C

Your stove problems reminds me of what we just went thru on our washing wasn't the washer that was broken but the circuit breaker was going bad.

Hope you still have good sales today.


lol...ahh the adventures of cooking for market day! :) What a blessing to get all your goodies baked for today. Hope it goes well. You are right, two years isn't very long, hope it can be fixed before next baking day. :)

Stephanie in MI

Oh, bummer! Glad you found a work around! You're amazing the way you go at it every week. Keep up the great work!


You're inspiring me to bake today! Tell your mom thanks for the comment - and I'm so glad your PEI lupins are blooming! Hope you're having a great day at the market!


What a day...hope today is fantastic and you come home with a pocket of money and not goodies;)

Dorothy Horton

Yikes! Glad you got it to work properly so you could finish your baking! :-)


Oh no, what a nightmare. I love the relaxation and stress relief that baking brings. A malfunctioning oven is not what I would call relaxing.
Glad your temperamental oven started behaving itself again.

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