After graduating in 2011, I told myself that I would never go back to school. I thought I had enough fast-paced and restless school life. Yet, guess where I am right now. I've been heavily occupied with school works this past few months started a day after I got back from home. Since then, I've never stopped to smell roses, and never had time to cook anything "blog-able".
I had a rough beginning, thus at the beginning of the semester, I questioned myself if going back to school was a correct decision. Things were cleared up bit by bit, and I started seeing myself enjoying my new field. In this past few months, I've been reminded of God's great love for me. I am surrounded by great friends and professors that are so willing to help; and also hubby who is very understanding and doesn't complaint when I ask him to cook
One thing he doesn't want to miss is my homemade bread. When I was away for 2 month, he told me several times that he wasn't pleased with the store-brought bread he had and wished to have my bread. Heeheee... Don't you all think that my bread is perfect, because it is not. It is just hard to find bread, that is not soft and light, including the wholewheat one. Some people may like that kind of bread better, but hubby prefers my dense and slightly-burnt-on-bottom bread He is just too nice.
So, I always make time to bake bread. Monday evening had been a perfect time for me to bake, but I have to do homework in the evening most of the time. So for the past few weeks, I had to move it to Sunday evening. Since I baked a day earlier than usual, hubby asked me to increase the recipe. That way we had enough bread for that week. Yet, I had a better idea. I divided the though to more pieces than usual so I got more yields but smaller size. Sure enough he figured that out