To emphasise how walking alone enriches the world, The Goat Herd served her morning tea of chocolate chip layer cookie cake – invented on the spot (long story and further evidence of the benefits of not following the crowd) – with its own soundtrack. 2Cellos and Steve n Seagulls – being different ain’t that bad at all.
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Loved the quote, so important to follow ones star. The cake sounds delicious too.
The cake turned out to be a very happy accident; the accident being in no way connected to the hostess.
Never been one to follow the crowd lol which is a constant source of embarrassment for our 14 year old, probably doesn’t help changing my Facebook name to Pa Clampet and using this picture https://flic.kr/p/vSrvFn
Embarrassing our kids is one of the perks of parenthood. We have admired your Pa Clampet photo before…it’s truly wonderful 🙂
Glad you like the photo, I always say embarrassing the kids is revenge for all the sleepless nights they have given us 🙂
Nice quote. One I live by, more or less unintentionally.
I have to say, pairing 2 Cellos and Steve and the Seagulls makes for a diverse soundtrack :). And that dessert…we’ll have to try and recreate it here…is the quoter of the week also responsible for the treat for Sunday tea? I’ve just caught onto the correlation between new confections and the quoter each week…
yes the quoter of the week also supplies the comestibles and now, thanks to this last effort, a soundtrack as well.
K now what you mean about unintentionally not following the crowd..nice to have documentation to follow it up though 🙂
Sage advice from Einstein. I liked the soundtrack, especially Steve n Seagulls and the cake sounds yummy.
Steve n seagulls are a recent homestead discovery…great fun and also clever 🙂
Not following he crowd is fine if you are Einstein. I just tend to get lost.
ah..but the adventures you have along the way 🙂
Dear Albert!! Always good to listen to him. He also said, ” the only thing you really need to know, is the way to the library!” Lovely photo of beautiful woman! Albert would agree, Johanna