Merciful God, You are great in compassion and Your tenderness for us is without measure. We ask You to give us today our daily bread, and also provide for the needs of all of Your hungry children around the world. Through Christ Your Son and Our Lord. Amen.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Anybody out there?

I feel like I lost you. Except for the hundred people who find this everyday through Google, looking for frosted sugar cookies and caramel puffcorn, I'm feeling fairly alone. Leave me a comment, darlin'.



Pammy said...

Hello Barbara! I'm leaving you a comment -- I usually lurk...

I absolutely love your blog. I've made several of your recipes and they are all fantastic!

I'm making the Overnight French Toast sometime this week. It looks awesome and I hope my three teenagers will think so too.

Matilda said...

Howdy there! You know I am here even if I don't comment, right? I love the homemade granola idea. I think my husband would lie down and weep if he woke up to that for breakfast in the morning. He loves it and it was something he introduced me to on our honeymoon in Seattle.

You truly amaze me with your culinary skills!!! And the number of new things you try. I am in awe!!!

See ya, sweetie!

Margaret in Minnesota said...

Still here! : )

Barb, sfo said...

I'm here! I thought my comments were getting boring...I'm going to have to try that granola recipe for sure.

mamat said...

I'm usually just a lurker, but I guess it's time I let you know how much I appreciate and read your blog. I spend way too much time at my computer (I also teach computer lab at a local middle school), but your blog is one of the first things I check every day. I use your weekly menu and love it ( except sometimes I don't do the Saint suggestions) Protestant don't you know. But I have found I can trust your site and we seem to be sister souls.

Deborah said...

Yep! Still here and still reading. Not blogging much or commenting anywhere due to the impending business launch. BUT I did make your new cinnamon bun bread the other day and it was a huge hit! I also cut it the wrong way, but on purpose because I loved how yours looked! ;-)

Dori said...

Well Hi!
I believe I've been lurking too, although I'm not entirely sure what "lurking" is, exactly. I'm an exchange student, living in Italy, and I stumbled across your blog quite some time ago. I haven't had the chance to try any of your recipes yet (Italian ingredients just don't work for American dishes. The whole cups-to-grams conversion doesn't work either. I've learned this through experience) but I'm saving the recipes I want to try as soon as I get home, which is pretty much all of them!

Thanks for keeping the blog so up to date, and sharing your findings. I love reading all of your recipes, and thinking about how scrumptious they must be!

So, greetings from Italy, and keep up the great work!


Anne said...

I still read faithfully too, though I confess I'm using Google Reader to do so. For some reason when I try to load your actual blog it takes my computer ages to do, and if I click anything while it's working it freezes. Odd.

But anyway, I'm always THINKING a comment at least!!! :o)

Thanks for sharing all your fabulous recipes. I'm always impressed and pleased:o) that you keep this blog so frequently updated.

Anonymous said...

I'm late in commenting, but I'm here, too. I love reading your recipes and menus and as a new Catholic, I find your perspective very helpful.


Stephanie said...

I lurk from time to time too. I'm a big blog hopper and I do it from work so I've got to be careful!

Devin said...

Hey Barbara, I'm here! Been a really busy week.

elaine said...

I've spent less time on the computer lately (well, my laptop with all my links is gone too), but I'm here now!

Thanks for all the great recipes and photos! I enjoy coming here when I get a chance!