It snowed and snowed some more. It snowed most of the day Thursday. We had about three inches at the snow stick…now we have more.
I waited for the snow to stop so I could shovel, it never stopped so I will shovel today. We are going back into the deep freeze this weekend so all outside work must be done Friday. Fun.
What makes a snowy day better? Why a gift in the mail! Isn’t the card just the cutest!
These are Benne Wafers a gift from Cynthia who lives in the Lowcountry. (Former Minnesota gal) Thank you so much Cynthia! They were delicious! One was broken so we even shared a little with Chance!
Cynthia shared the history: Benne Wafers are unique to the Lowcountry. Benne (the Bantu word for sesame) seeds were brought from Madagascar through West Africa to the southern United States by African slaves. The sesame plants were set among the rice fields and tended by slaves. Benne Wafers were made and enjoyed from pre-Revolutionary war times to the present.