#FridayThoughts: Freezing

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First, our #TVWatch, “Redemption in the Big Easy.” And now Friday.

It’s really, really really cold today, bone-chillingly cold, and though I’m cozied away inside I can still feel it radiating through the windows.

It’s that cold.

I suppose living in Chicago it shouldn’t shock me that much but it’s not only here. States that aren’t supposed to see subzero temps are seeing them today. I’m telling you the planet is mad at us.

Very.

Instead of promptly starting this post, I found myself in a Youtube tunnel of dough. One video offered different things you can do with bread dough, and that was pretty interesting; the other promised pastries that people thought had come from a bakery.

Those were less interesting. More work than I think the eventual flavor would yield.

But then again, I like things that don’t require too many steps.

Baking does seem like the right kind of thing to do on a day like today, with the wind howling and the skies a monochromatic gray. There’s a good chance I’ll be making something at some point.

Anyway that’s it for me this week. Have a WARM Friday, a wonderful weekend and happy holidays whatever you may or may not be celebrating.

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