Tuesday, May 20, 2008

SPT: Something Borrowed


The SPT challenge this week was Something Borrowed. I am taking these SPT challenges as a way to force myself to take pictures creatively. I'm not really ready to do it as a Self-Portrait. I also don't have any photoshop or other editing capabilities (yet). I am just hoping to meet the challenge and evolve.

On that note I offer the last thing I remember borrowing: EGGS





I'm a spur of the moment baker. Actually, I can be a procrastinator as well, truth be told. That means I often make do with what I have. But eggs can bring me to a complete stand still. There is no substitute. My man will eat 3 eggs for breakfast and at least 2 (if not more) of my kids will also eat eggs in the morn. That doesn't leave me with many spares!

So I usually have to call my neighbor, Jang (as my kids lovingly call her). Thanks, Jang!

Hop on over to amuse-bouche's blog and see how other bloggers met her challenge!

6 comments:

Sarah said...

Isn't it great to have neighbors that you can call if you need something? Eggs are definitely something that there is no substitute for. I have borrowed my fair share.

Melanie said...

I agree, sometime you are just set on making something but are out of 1 ingredient. I love having great neighbors who I can call on as well.

lelly said...

this is a great thing to borrow - i NEVER have eggs when i need them (and sadly, no neighbor i can rely on for those.)

i can't wait to see how your spt-ing grows!

Dacia said...

Aren't neighbors great! I too have neighbors that loan me all types of baking ingredients and it's always a life saver at the moment!

bytheseatofmypants said...

Bake? Me? Never!!! Neighbors that I am comfortable borrow from? Nope!!! Bahama Shores Mama...you rock! This post shows how fortunate you and your kids are. Good neighbors, good food...amazing how I can read into things. Thanks for inviting me - and if you keep sending recipes - I may actually try one out...someday...

Bren's Life said...

Man never thought of that. I can't tell you how many times I have borrowed mil, sugar, eggs etc.. from neightbors. That's a good post. And that you have good neighbors that give to you...