The weather could have been more cooperative yesterday. I was hoping to get out for a walk, but it was overcast and raining off and on during the day. Today is looking brighter. I'll probably be able to do that this morning. It is Sunday, however, which means Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes for breakfast. It also means we're having dinner with friends this evening, and I'm bringing dessert. I'll be baking an Orange Upside-down Cake using some of the oranges they gave us from their trees. I've made it before, and I'm certain I've blogged about it, but I couldn't find it anywhere. It was a test recipe for America's Test Kitchens, and so maybe I didn't blog about it. You'll just have to wait to see today's version. It has been published in Cook's Country now, and so I'll be able to share the recipe tomorrow.
I was lucky to have my stitching cat by my side while I worked on my slow stitching. The morning can't start any better than that.
As for the rest of yesterday, I spent another day sewing. I was able to finish off all the French roses I cut and kitted up for the journey. There were five more to make: