Monday, 26 April 2010

anxious.....

i am anxious....

you can tell this by the large amount of baked goods that i have made today....

when i fret
i bake





i am anxious about the new sheep arriving and how they will settle...

how our sheep will respond even though i know that they will be in separate fields...




i am anxious that the raffle tickets are still not on sale....

everyclick seem to be taking ages to sort it all out - apparently we are their first online raffle....




i am anxious that after the great immediate response to the raffle that it will be shoved under the carpet so to speak....

time goes by and folk will forget...




so

between helping with the fencing and shelter building i baked...

i am a truly terrible cook but i am a rather good baker...

white loaf, onion bread, fattayers stuffed with squash, spinach and pinenuts...

and a giant vegan chocolate cake...

it was when i suggested a quiche and cookies that stephen ushered me out of the kitchen..

apparently i was actually gibbering....

tomorrow i hope to turn my gibbering wreck of a person towards the sewing machine!

t x

13 comments:

missholly said...

try not to fret... so many things have a way of working themselves out. all your animal loving friends will come through don't worry!!!

Val Reaves said...

Just breathe....
Val in Kansas :-)

Scented Sweetpeas said...

You can come and be anxious in my house if you like - that baking looks fab. Hope you feel better soon.

Deborah said...

Tracy, by all means bake (yummy) but please dont fret! Once the online button works your blog friends will be able to use it and im sure it will be full steam ahead and the talk of blogland!

Keep calm and carry on!
Deborah x

sue15cat said...

Lots of lovely gorgeous home baked goodies, but you do have to stop worrying.

I have found that animals, on the whole, get on with each other. They will learn to love their neighbours through the fence, and who knows maybe one day run together in one field, in the meantime you should take it all one step at a time.

But with keep up with the baked goodies anyway!!

And don't fret about the raffle, us Blggers will remember and be there for you when it's ready to roll.

Sue xx

julie said...

it all looks delicious, disappointed no picture of the choccy cake to drool over
good luck with the new arrivals
love jules xx

Deborah said...

Morning! Pop on over to my blog as I have an award waiting for you! Have a wonderful day! xxx

JuicyFig said...

I'm sure it is all going to be fine!! once you get the button, and we can all put it on our blogs, you will be baking again because you are overwhelmed with people wanting raffle tickets!

All those bready goodies look sooooo good, and I adore bread! I think I will be making some this afternoon!

Now stop gibbering! ;~)

Kath
x

julie said...

well, it's good that you can turn that anxiety into something so productive and delicious so it can't be all bad! Hope those sheep do settle quickly and that the raffle is a big success x

Alexandra Mason said...

Hi Tracy hope you are not still anxious and that everything works out great! Your baking does look fantastic xxx

mollycupcakes said...

Hmmm all those yummy looking bakes are making me gribble too lol
Liking the sound of the choc cake.
People won't foregt sweetie, we all want to help. And if any do, I'll send round the Daisy with Ghillie hehe!
Many hugs,
Catherine x

serendipity said...

wish my bread looked like that !!!
aaaahhhhh those hounds are just greyt mines and adopted retired grey from Ireland must say she's just like the simpson's grey as soppy as a sack
ciao
joan in italy

Jennie said...

hi, just found your blog. I hope everything works out okay with all you are worrying about. Love the baking, looks delicious x