|... get your right hand into the dough ...|
How is that for good luck for me.
They have Good Friday, Easter Monday and then a professional day, all back-to-back.
I woke up thinking of ways to entertain them.
|... use your left hand to turn the bowl ...|
All of my grandchildren know how to make and cut bread, I said, – and he was a willing subject, rolling up the sleeves of his pyjamas and getting in there ... but not with both hands.
That is the first rule.
|Can you do this, Grandmother?|
Make a bubble and put your finger through it?
Easy, he said and away he went with the task.
I kept adding flour and he kneaded it in until we had a firm ball.
Then he proceeded to show me a talent when he washed the residue of dough from his hands.
He can take soap in his hand, open up his thumb and forefinger and blow a beautiful large soap bubble.
Hold that right there while I get my camera, I cried.
|... blow gently between your thumb and forefinger ...|
|... a close up of an amazing bubble making feat ...|
|... Xavier's hot bread at the end of the trail ....|