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I am having one on those days when I seem to chase my tail around and around and accomplish nothing.    I hope you don’t mind my lonely little muffin sitting there on a plate with not pat of butter or dab of jam to make it sing.   

Joining Mary for Thursday Inspirations.  

 

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Comments

Pamela Gordon said…
I like it Valerie. It looks like it has cinnamon on top which means it doesn't need butter or jam. :)
Lisa Gordon said…
I had one of those days yesterday. :-(
Your little muffin looks yummy!
Lorrie said…
Your muffin looks quite content there on the plate. Did it stay there long, or did you nibble away at it?
For my bread post, I used a photo taken a couple of years ago.
Valerie,
What a precious, simplistic, mini~loaf of round bread, dear friend!!! :)
Your photography is exquisite!!!
Fondly,
Pat
P.S. Here's to wishing for a better day for tomorrow!!!
Your muffin looks perfectly delicious all by itself.
~Clara
podso said…
Well Valerie your little muffin could not look any more stately or beautiful than she is just so simply on that plate with your beautiful photographic skill. she probably is so delightful that she is letting us know she needs neither butter nor jam to be good!
Looks yummy to me Val, make me a cup of tea too, and I'll be happy.
Judith
Riet said…
Yummy yummy, muffin. I love them,
Have a nice day.
Pondside said…
Is there another? That one looks very good.
The Artful Diva said…
looks good enough to eat without all the extras - enjoy!
Rosie Nixon said…
it looks delicious on its own
Naturegirl said…
Oh I know that feeling! I think that is the lull before the big Spring reveal and be are yet not motivated to get out there cleaning up and digging!
When I see little pops coming up through the frozen earth..that's my cue to get out there and get things cleaned up and ready for the party.
Today I am one of those run around and accomplish nothing moods> Grrr.

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