142 thoughts on “Welcome to my world- a typical week

  1. 3.45 in the morning, Lynz??? πŸ™‚
    And then you’ve had a lot of fun: cleaning, school-ing, dentist-ing :), cooking, cleaning again, coffee-ing, lunch-ing, walking, filming of course, road trip-ing, shopping, etc.
    What a full and trepidant day you’ve had!
    Did you ever sleep, my dear Lynz?
    So… beautiful video πŸ™‚
    πŸ’‹

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  2. Very beautiful scenery Lynz! Thanks for sharing… You seem much more outgoing and upbeat than I had imagine you to be from your blog. Wonderful video! Beautiful town☺️

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  3. You are up so early! Cheese bread, dear good – lovely. I made fried chicken livers tonight, and that was a first for me. Very Southern! Good luck with your job at the school. I saw the swifter in the kitchen! Love your views. Holy mackerel – what a view of the bridge, too. Gorgeous rugged beauty. I love your blog and videos! MORE!

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  4. Things I hope you never hear me say include statements regarding “sleeping in until 4.”

    Great video – and you live in a beautiful part of the world. My uncle is out in Boise, but I don’t get out there as much as I would like.

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    1. Well the school wrote me about a tiny job at the cafeteria so I am going to see today what that is about. I think for me something small to start off with would be perfect! Just a few hours a week and I am thinking not temporary or sub job! I will let you know! Thanks for asking Cynthia!

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  5. 3.45am I am still in la la land πŸ™‚ Generally I am up between 5 and 6 in the morning.
    Lovely video, lovely area where you live, wow ! and as always a jam packed day for you ! Your cheese breads look amazing.
    Sorry I have to ask, but what time to you go to bed in the evening ? I am guessing it is pretty late πŸ™‚

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    1. usually I go to bed around 9 and get up at 5, but after daylight savings I really got messed up, I cant sleep past 3 most days and then am so tired, so in bed at 8! same thing happened last year and when we went back old schedule I adjusted back. So, hoping that will happen soon! When it gets dark at 4 it’s hard to feel it’s day time haha

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  6. Lynz.. WOW!! so loved that video.. and I thought 6-30am was getting up early LOL.. beautiful Video and thank you so much for showing us around.. Loved hearing your voice and seeing you in person… What a treat.. πŸ™‚ Do you ever Sleep!!! LOL πŸ™‚ Very Big hugs your way my friend.. and nice to be back..
    Loved your previous post also.. I am enjoying that series, but short on time in my catch ups today to comment on every one..
    Love and Mega Hugs.. Sue xxx

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  7. Gosh! Where to start? You are really so much more comfortable in front of the camera each take which is fabulous to watch. And Idaho is gorgeous. That valley, those mountains, those windy roads – right up my street. And the stream too. Very very pretty. Of course my mouth is watering at the cheese-bread. And I had to smile at the groan when you saw the morning after kitchen …. loved it, Lyn – really loved this film πŸ™‚

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  8. I could never understand HOW you answered SO early! Now I know!!
    Fantastic video Lynz! You MUST keep these going…
    As for the breads, try as I might I simply cannot make them so I am totally jealous of your doing yours as they look so good!!
    And a lay in till 4am???? What is that about!!!
    A lay in is 10am!!!

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  9. lol @ slept in til 4. I don’t know where you find the energy to do all that you do….I really have no merits to complain about being busy/tired…what’s your secret? The last scene had my heart palpitating….I am so afraid of heights!!

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  10. You must be about the most energetic and fearless person I know! Your day are so full and to face a camera at 4 in the morning? Holy cow, that takes guts. Let me guess, you must live somewhere like Orofino? Moscow has department stores, so that can’t be it. Teehee. It’s a mystery.
    BTW, I made your Syrian Oozie for a friend who broke her leg. We loved it. Only problem is by the time I got it to her house it was cold, so I put it in the oven to heat it. Didn’t wait long enough, then put it the microwave. That was a big mistake. Made the Phyllo chewy. But I’m enjoying the remaining ones now that I know to put them in the oven and leave them there long enough to reheat them!

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  11. I can’t believe, I almost missed that post/video! First of all: Did I ever say, I was busy? How can you manage all that you do, writing, commenting, reading posts, replying…. 😡😡😡
    Wow, and that was that beautiful place where you already posted photos! Really gorgeous!

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