I confess that I do comfort eat and bake cakes - well my excuse for these yummy banana choc chip muffins is that the bananas needed using up and a little bit of chocolate helps the mix? Right? There are only 2 left out of a dozen and my son and I are the only 2 in the house eating them....
But on the downside - or pehaps for the better, considering the sugar content - the new flapjack recipe I tried was a flop and didn't set. Too crumbly and not sticky.
But back to my first thought of seeking comfort. You know that I love stitchin' therapy too - it just relaxes me and allows me to work through things in my head as I methodically stitch a pattern. The top pic shows my finished JOY x stitch by Brenda Gervais - it is a joy to look at! Gets me right in the mood for Christmas!
But the best source of comfort for any one tried and tested is the Bible. I have several all around the house so I can check a verse and look it up wherever I am in the house. This red Bible is one I have had for 30 years - it is well worn~
But this is my old faithful - a gift from a work colleague on my 21st b'day.
I was thinking today of the comfort and joy that only the Lord can give and just want to leave this verse with you as you face today and tomorrow with all their unknowns.