This morning I opened a new can of Folger's (I've been buying the beans and grinding them myself at the grocery store lately but decided to go back to the red tub) and it smelled so yummy! I pulled a scoop out of the drawer and then noticed how tarnished it was so I polished it with silver polish. It's still a bit pitted but I thought it posed well for the photo. Ha!
The Easter candy has appeared at the grocery store! (Do I mention the grocery store a little too much?)
Here's the cuddle bug! His hair is mussed from so much petting. Poor dear.
Crazy hair day today! Good job, Mommy!
It is FREEZING here. The wind was biting everyone. It'll warm up soon, I know.
I hope you will have a happy and peaceful week.
At church the pastor said that Lent isn't just about giving stuff up. It's about getting rid of whatever big thing keeps us from God, standing in the way of sweet relationship with Him. I like that perspective, do you?
Thank you for stopping in!
Oh, real quick - I read a delicious book titled Tea by the Nursery Fire by Noel Streatfeild (love her). I think it is based on her father's experience with his childhood nanny. It was only $2.99 on Amazon Kindle. Yesterday afternoon I started Elizabeth Goudge's Smoky House and found this dedication. Nannie! It is definitely a lovely topic to consider. Enjoy!