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  • Jeremiah 42:6
    "Whether it is pleasant or unpleasant, we will listen to the voice of the Lord our God to whom we are sending you, in order that it may go well with us, when we listen to the voice of the Lord our God."

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Thursday, September 19, 2013



You always make baking look so good Sarah! That probably comes naturally to you but I am so cacky handed with shaping things.


Oh, my! Sarah - that looks absolutely scrumptious! Glad it tasted good and that you found it worth the effort. Happy Marketing!


I truly believe I can smell that beautiful bread down here in Tennessee... yum!!! It almost looks to pretty to cut :)

I hope your fall market goes well, and everyone bow passes by your booth was ts to partake of a scrumptious fall treat.


Sorry for the typos I'm writing from my phone...oops!


That looks DELICIOUS!! I would love to have a BIG piece right now! :) LOL All your fall recipes sound yummy. With the cooler weather here I have been thinking about lots of fallish foods as well.


Looks wonderful and I'm sure it tasted that way too. We like pumpkin bread at our house when fall is in the air. Happy baking.


Elizabeth Johnson

This looks so yummy! Pin this for sure! Thanks!

Tammy C

Looks yummy.I like to make pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.

Dorothy Horton

I have a delicious apple cake recipe that everyone loves! It is so moist and has 4 cups of chopped apples with a wonderful buttercream icing. :-) Can't hardly go wrong with that combination!

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