Wordless Wednesday: Cookie Therapy

Baking is therapy for me. The graduate school semester ended and I started baking. (These all left our house to go to new neighbors and co-workers!)

 

 
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Comments

  1. I loved it when my grad school semesters ended so I had 5 minutes to think. Or sleep. Or make a decent meal. Hope you have a relaxing break!

  2. You have been busy! They look delish.

  3. Those look very tasty! Recipe?

  4. Yum! I love baking, but my thighs don’t.

  5. makes me wish I was a neighbor or coworker!

  6. There is no such thing as too many cookies, just ask mouse – best mouse cookie.

  7. What a nice thing to do!

  8. Yummy! I could use some therapy right about now!

  9. I think I need to come move in next door to you … at least once a week.

  10. You are SO sweet & have some lucky neighbors/ coworkers!

  11. aw! I’m glad baking isn’t therapeutic for me or I’d be in trouble. stress eating IS therapeutic but I have been working hard to curb that.

  12. Dang those cookies look good!

  13. Patricia says:

    You are too nice. I wish I was your new neighbor.

  14. U can bake for me ;-) Love cookies, don’t like baking.

  15. Those look yummy! I love baking when I am stressed and then quickly packing up some of it to give away so I do not eat it all!

  16. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says:

    Yum yum, I love homemade cookies, makes me want some right now.

  17. How do you keep all the cookies so nice and round?

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