It's that time of the year....

It's that time of the year....

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Update and…

the countdown till spring continues at 39 days.  Spring is inching ever closer and I couldn’t be happier.

My niece is still in the hospital.  She is scheduled to have an endoscopy Monday morning to address some internal bleeding.  Dee and her family thank you for your prayers and also for continued prayer. 

We are having a break in the weather this morning at 14 degrees.  It will be down to below zero again tonight.  The one to two inches of snow predicted for yesterday turned out to be more than that as it filled in the sidewalks and driveway again.  I had prescriptions to get at the pharmacy this morning.  First thing after I got dressed I went out and cleaned my car off which looked like a giant snowball again.  Then I went over the snow packed roads to the pharmacy.  About a 6 mile round trip but it was a bit scary.

I made the cake yesterday and it was very good.

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On the left side to the middle pineapple/cherry was the size of piece that I had.  I put a piece in  the fridge for today and froze the rest.  I didn’t get the bottom of the freezer cleaned out so I have no idea what is in there.  But that is a job for another day.

Have a blessed Sunday!  Stay safe and be happy!!

Beth

32 comments:

  1. Keeping the prayers coming and hope they find the trouble quickly. That looks so yummy. Haven't made one of those in ages.

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  2. Hi Beth, So it goes on, rain snow, more of same. Like your cake. Hugs Nita

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  3. I hope that is it with the snow. Your cake looks great!

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  4. the cake looks really good. i will pray all goes well tomorrow morning...

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  5. Sis still praying for Dee..hope things go well and she recovers fast. Haven.t had one of those cakes in a long time, it looks delicious. We got about another inch.. I swear it just keeps coming.. Spring is not fast enough for me.. LOL

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  6. Oh my goodness that is too funny I just made my hubby one of those the other day, it is his most favorite, I don't care for it myself, which is a good thing I stay out of it. Lol....here in northeast Ohio we are getting slammed with snow again, I really don't know what is going on, its beginning to look like there is no light at the end of the tunnel....I just keep saying " Yes Virginia, there is a season called SPRING".....
    Many prayers for your niece as well...
    Blessings
    Stay warm
    Rhonda

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  7. Hugs on a Sunday.Linda@Wetcreek and Wetcreek Museum Blogs

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  8. Continued prayers for your niece.
    That cake sure looks moist and delicious.
    Thankful you got your scripts and are home safe.

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  9. OH how delicious looking and I would have divided the cake in half and started in. xoxox

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  10. I pray the doctors find and fix for your niece.
    Septic still frozen here.
    Spring is around the corner.
    Your dessert looks delish.

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  11. Blessings Beth:
    i hope all goes well with your niece. Your cake looks delicious. The weather is very cold here. I am simply dealing with it and layering.

    How are you? Are you better? Has the "C" been eradicated from your system entirely? Sorry if I missed your update on your health. I was just wondering and came by.

    Have a blessed Sunday.
    God speed.
    Rhapsody

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  12. Beth, that cake looks wonderful!! I love cakes and yours looks fantastic! Hope your niece get well very soon, Beth. And be careful about the snow! We have rain and more rain in Spain. I don't like these grey and dark days but... I know water it's good for my country because our summer is very very hot and dry, so better having enough water in our bogs.

    Have a good Monday!

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  13. Prayers continue from here for Dee.

    That cake looks sooooo good.

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  14. Hooray we are into the 30's now. Although I can't see that it will feel like spring yet then but it is inching it's way here.
    I use a Walmart pharmacy in a town about 25 miles from here. They deliver my prescriptions by UPS and do not charge a delivery fee. I am so thankful for that.

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  15. Oh your cake looks so pretty. I know that it was tasty. Now you'll have more for another day. Will keep your niece in prayer.

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  16. I can't wait to show my hubby a picture of this cake!!! This is his FAVORITE! Hope all goes well with your niece. Stay warm, I heard the frigid weather is coming back!

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  17. I KNOW you are going to be happy to see Spring roll around, Beth. 6 miles on snowy roads is SIX LONG miles! Your cake looks delicious. I don't remember the last time I had pineapple upside down cake. It's been a long time.Happy Sunday to you- xo Diana

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  18. Beth, Still praying for Dee...she needs us all to continue, till she's well and back home. Your cake looks wonderful. Yes, I just shoveled more of that nasty white stuff out of the drive. Come on Spring !!! xoxox,Susie

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  19. i love pu cake, yours looks yummy!! i have a recipe using a yellow cake mix. i make mini's in a muffin tin, they are really good. it's amazing how delish pineapple is when you cook it!!

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  20. The cake looks wonderful. We had our first snow in the lowlands around Seattle last night. I think we had 3 or 4 inches. It was very pretty and glistening. But it melted this morning. I am still praying for Dee. Hope there will be good news on Monday. Take care, Beth, and be safe. Bertie

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  21. This is the first time I have visited...Nonetheless, my prayers go out to Dee...

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  22. That is a good-looking cake. Spring inches ever closer -- that will mean hot weather here in the desert. Hope the snow lets up and you warm up a bit this week. Have a good one.

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  23. Continuing prayers, Beth. The cake looks awesome!

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  24. All the prayers will be heard and answered to get well soon.
    our cake looks very beautiful. Feels like hunger on seeing them...

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  25. Always a worrying time when loved ones are ill and in hospital Beth, you can't seem to settle, the worry is in the front of your mind. As with everyone here, I add my prayers for a speedy recovery.
    (me and food too, still holds true I see, I must have sniffed the gorgeous aroma in the air.) hugs aplenty to you xPenx

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  26. Hope all goes well.
    The cake looks lovely.

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  27. I hope your niece recovers quickly. That cake looks great!

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  28. A pineapple upside down cake and only a little more than a month until spring? Yes, please!

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  29. Prayer continuing for your Niece Beth hope all goes well. The Cake looks so good , and I bet it tastes good to.
    Hugs Sheila stay warm x

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  30. Prayers for your niece!
    I only had pineapple upside-down cake once in high school home ec class. Looks good! :)

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  31. I have never had a pineapple upside down cake are they nice. they must be nice why would you make something that wasn't nice............what a silly thing to say.

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  32. Prayers for your niece on their way. Praying that she is healed and comes home soon.
    P.s. your cake looks delish!
    Blessings, Joanne

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