I mentioned it Thursday, but we had a dear friend pass away last week. Even though she was sick, there’s no preparing to lose someone you care about.
There’s grief. Heartache. Pain. Loneliness. Anger. Sadness. Anger. Loneliness. Pain. Grief. Heartache. My heart breaks for her family and what they’re going through.
We found out early Saturday and I spent most of Sunday in the kitchen.
I never seem to be able to process, pray and quiet my heart like I do when I’m making something in the kitchen.
As I was thinking about how I could help the family, I thought about what I would want if the role was reversed.
Enter Cinnamon Rolls.
I follow this recipe for my cinnamon rolls. They are a serious companion and have never disappointed me.
If there’s ever anything on your mind. Make Cinnamon Rolls.
Seriously. It’s therapeutic.
Working with dough heals the heart.
They also taste AHMAZING…which is healing in a totally, completely different but equally nice way…
You know what’s great about Cinnamon Rolls? They’re the total package when it comes to comfort food. You can make them for friends who are grieving, celebrate loved one’s birthdays, and even ring in the holidays with them. Think about it… has there ever been an occasion that was inappropriate for cinnamon rolls to be in attendance?
If there has been, I’ve never, ever heard of one.
Make these for someone special this week. Tell them you love them and life wouldn’t be the same without them. Thank them for loving you back.
Then give them a hug. And a glass of milk.