Banana Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bread

6 bananas very ripe

2/3 cups peanut butter

3 eggs

2/3 to 1 cup sugar ( I used 2/3 in my recipe )

1 cup old fashioned rolled oatmeal ran through a blender until it’s flour

1/4 cup nutritional yeast

1/2 cup flax seeds run through a blender until turns to meal

1 1/4 cups flour

2 teaspoons baking soda

1/4 teaspoon salt

Mix wet ingredients in kitchen aid mixer until smooth about 5 minutes with the paddle mixer.

Combine dry ingredients then slowly add to wet ingredients mix well

Preheat oven to 350

Grease 4 mini bunt pans and a small loaf pan , add 1 cup dough to each bunt pan then the rest of dough goes into small loaf pan .

Bake for one hour then pull out and let cool 5 minutes then remove from pans.

My Sisters

My sisters, you come in many colors
each with a shape and beauty all its own
like flowers in a garden
who can say which is best?

Tiny flaws are swallowed up by
massive beauty
The more you look
the more is uncovered
revealing delicate softness
covered with thick stalks
and some times thorns

We grow hardness without
to protect the vulnerability within

The flower dies all too soon
but in the spring
a new bud will form on a sturdy stalk
a new beauty yet to blossom
and share its God-given splendor
with the world.

Retiring my favorite Hijab

Ok I know this is going to sound corny but I have a favorite hijab I wear it all the time I guess you can call it my go to hijab.
 It is a one piece pull on kind , the color is dark black/navy blue with lace on the headband part and bottom.
I have had this hijab for years and it is well worn you can tell by looking at the lace work on the bottom it is showing the wear and the lace has come undone.
I remember when I first got the hijab>
 I didn’t much care for it as it was a short one I was thinking what am I going to do with such a short hijab ( at the time I was wearing very long 2 piece hijabs ) and so I threw it in my Hijab drawer and basically I forgot about it.
Then 2 years ago I changed the way I wore hijab .
When I first started wearing hijab I always wore them really long and over my clothes which has some good points as it covers everything.
But it also has a downside as in I’d spill lots of things on my hijabs , yeah I will admit that I am clumsy when it comes to food and drinks then add into that being pregnant and you have a huge recipe for huge mess and some embarrassing moments  .
Then one day I had no long hijabs clean so I grabbed the first solid color hijab I could find and it happened to be a one piece with lace on the front head part and bottom.but it was short it ended at the top of my shoulders so I tucked it into my jilaba  and thus a new fashion of connivance was born .
Yes I am all about easy and comfort when it comes to my hijabs ……………………..
I have no patience for wrapping and pinning and I do not care for bright colors , sparkly babbles or bling on my hijabs, for others if they want to wear it be my guest just don’t try to make me wear it .
My hijab style is the plainer the better , yeah yeah I know I sound so boring but I have never been one to stand out .