Kim and Julia could learn about wool dying. Smile.
You MIGHT be able to successfully perform acupuncture. Well, don't try it.
If you could enlist some bee-help (MK?) you could build yourself a cabinet or two!
Did I ever tell you that I keep a lot of bowls in the entry way? Yup! In the doll house cast off from a friend's basement! It works!
I LOVE my new glass tea kettle! It's fragile so I can't be careless (a bit of a problem) and I can see inside. I fear inner tea kettle scum.
Aw! The gnomes and their gear are still out on the picnic table and it is FREEZING here in Colorado at the moment!
I was looking through my old photos and it's a pretty cheerful thing to do when the cold wind blows because I can be assured that flowers will grow again and the grass will be green. This lily is what's left of a bouquet (the cheapest one available) I bought for the Christmas tables.
So January and the new year are just around the corner and garden planning is a good idea. We took all the ornaments off the tree, but the tree is still standing in the living room because the lights are nice in the morning (and all day for that matter!) I have NO IDEA what my camera dial can do, but this is fun, right?
You all say that Christmas lasts until the 6th, so I think our tree can stand for a few more days.
I made a meatloaf for dinner and I always bake it in this loaf pan I received as a wedding gift. Isn't it pretty? It makes me happy that my taste hasn't changed much in 36 years! At least I still like all the pottery I've been hoarding for so long.
Yes, it's really winter around here. We're warm at night between our polar fleece sheets, but it's nippy in the morning. Tomorrow the high temperature is predicted to be 3 degrees. Brrrrrrrrr!
I wore a pretty posy to church on Sunday. Heather from Blackberry Rambles made it. I wear a posy almost every day. Cheerful.Jenny gave us this water pitcher that fills the water with fruity goodness. YUM!
This is what I had for breakfast (well, half of it) because I could eat fish for every meal and the grocery store noodles are scrumptious!
Well, I've blah, blah, blah-ed long enough so I'll leave you with our Saturday morning breakfast date! Teeth! He's a happy boy!
Take care, good reader. Thank you for looking in on me.
The meatloaf smells good! A white sweet potato to share, peas with mushrooms, and a crunchy salad. Ordinary days are good, too. Don't you agree?