When I was at my mom's house, we scooped up many measures of coffee and it perked along, smelling scrumptious. Percolators don't last, but I do love the smell of coffee made that way. Do you?
Would you like a slice of butter braid? A little more love in your red and white cup?
I bought two packages of seeds the other day, but it snowed this morning so any sort of unrealistic garden hopes are back in their proper place (April - sigh).
This beauty is out in the garden now and I hope she shoots up again in a month or so.
Saturday (Valentine's Day) when many grands were here it was SUNNY! Millie Rose is barefoot!
But now that it's cold again, I'll ask Birdie to pour you a cup of tea. Yes, she received her own teapot for her 8th birthday! Needles and yarn (both purple), too!
Through the screen of the window in my messy workroom, you can see our winter-covered land.
I found my French press and made myself a late afternoon cup of Joe.
Tomorrow is Pancake Day! I shall make pancakes for lunch, not dinner. Will you?
February can still be very red, even though love day has come and gone.
It's also a good idea to supply yourself with flowers until Easter. Why not?
Snow in Colorado is often very temporary, so one must NEVER complain. But, it's so wet and cold.
I've been enjoying a fire all day. When we returned from the mall (and thousands of steps) I perched on the sofa and I've been here most of the day with a few breaks for sustenance and three loads of laundry.
I won't be able to drop off to sleep very easily now. Oh well. I'm burning up all of the wood so I'll share a bit of our fire with you. Just one moment, I'll scamper up the stairs and pour you a BIG mug of coffee, too.
Some days are sleepy and I'm VERY thankful that when I am tired I can rest.
If you are tired, I hope you will find a bit of rest, too. xoxoxo
Pssssst! Mr. Badger is loving his hygge time with Mags. Pop over and see what he's been up to! I think Northern Ireland is quite nice! Lucky Badger!