The first of the month is always a busy week around Our House. I guess it must be around everyone’s house who gets paid once a month on the first.
There are bills to pay and dogs to groom and groceries to buy. Then there was a fabulous concert and a nail appointment and a much needed Saturday afternoon nap. Sunday was church and lunch with my Ham Boys. Then a wonderful trip to Lake Alan Henry with a group from church on Sunday night.
Monday finally rolled around and I thought FINALLY! WHEW! I’m gonna get to settle in and blog for awhile. WRONG! There was a trip to the bank and a much needed oil change for “Grammy’s Little Red 300”.
Today was a long overdue luncheon date with a favorite cousin, a trip to the pharmacy to pick up prescriptions and a Christmas present to tuck away, that we happened upon for a grandson.
It’s not to say that all those things aren’t important. They definitely are. It’s important to pay the bills and we all have to take time away from whatever job we have to kick back and relax. But sometimes all that relaxin’ is as tiring as working an 8-hour shift at the hospital. (Believe me, I’ve done my share of those.)
Right now I’m just ready for a day to be able to stay home and do my current job. Which happens to be homemaking and blogging.
The recipe I’m sharing with you today is one that is good for those crazy days when you’ve been running around doing all those things like shopping, bill paying and the list goes on and on. It’s fast and easy and “Oh So Good!”
I found it while visiting my friend Christy Jordan on her blog, Christy Jordan’s Southern Plate. She’s a Good Ole Girl from Alabama who has been sharing some of the best Southern, Family recipes around since 2008. (She’s even been on TV with Ms. Paula Deen!)
Back on July 29th, 2013 Christy had a horseback riding accident that left her with a fractured left knee and fractured right ankle. Her legs may have been broken, but her spirit was not. (You just can’t keep a Good Ole Girl from Alabama down.) She kept on sharing and cooking and encouraging others through it all. I hope you’ll stop by and visit with her sometime. I promise you will be blessed.
I’m really excited to share this recipe with y’all. It’s a definite favorite of mine and the Cowboy’s. I probably make these little rolls at least twice a week. I hope you’ll bake some up and share them with your family soon.
Here’s how I made them:
NOTES: Sometimes I add about 1/4 C. grated cheese, (cheddar, Mexican blend, Italian blend) whatever I have on hand and a clove of finely minced garlic. (Makes them like Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Kinda, Sorta.)
You can find Christy’s Recipe Here