Monday, 10 December 2012

Today's Offering of Bread

Celebrating the Divine Feminine  -  Day  Ten.

This morning I have no promptings for today's offering - then,while making bread I realize that this is it !!!

The altar cloth is an unfinished wall hanging titled  "This Quilt is Three Thousand Years Old ". The idea originated in a dream, in which my grandmother handed me a tattered  three thousand year old quilt. I see this as the handing down of skills and nurturing through the generations.

Wily fox adds an element of humor......she thinks there may be something here for her cubs !

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  1. Do I dareday that I am starved for this bread. No I won't say that.(teehee) Actually this looks delish! Breadmaking is one of my happy times in the kitchen. I love the aroma of yeast, the way bread fills the house with it's scent, and at long last that first slice that just melts in your mouth. Sister I'm hungry.:)Thank you so much for this offering. As you can see, you've aroused my taste buds. Bless you.:) Take care.

    1. as she has me, Gloria! I don't bake bread because I'd be eating it all by myself, and I am not moderate in most things I do!

  2. wow! what a wonderful inspiration for your post!

  3. Your imagination and eye for a perfect vignette made me smile.
    That bread looks sooo goood! Nothing in the world like homade bread♥♥

  4. Ah, the whimsy in the midst of the sacred. I'm sure there is plenty for momma fox and kids.

  5. Wonderful gift from your grandmother! And I happen to know your bread tastes as good as it looks!
    M xx

  6. baking bread is a prayer for the soul. lovely and nurturing.

  7. Such inspiration! That was a very powerful dream and befitting that you honor it here with bread making - a craft that has been handed down since the time of Demeter, mother of the grain and the Eleusian mysteries

  8. Ruby, what a powerful dream your grandmother sent you! I hope you will post a picture of the quilt when it is finished.

    Your bread looks delicious - love that old knife the little fox and the Matryoshka doll candle. Those dolls are one of my favorites!

  9. Missed this post ~ it is so loving and beautiful photography ~

    (A Creative Harbor) aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^


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