There is something about the country schools closing that causes one (who has no children in the house) feel it is necessary to drink hot chocolate, enjoy French toast for breakfast, read, and watch a movie. :)
The above picture is of our garden area soon after the sleet turned to snow in the early evening Tuesday. It went on to snow heavily all night.
Reading and Re-reading
I pulled Marriage To a Difficult Man off the shelf to reread. It is one of my all time favorite biographies and was one of the first books I read in my quest to "stalk Jonathan Edwards". :)
Falling Cloudberries is a beautiful cookbook by one of my favorite cookbook authors, Tessa Kiros. That's the title on the paisley binding that is rather difficult to read.
Stephanie's Kindle loaned my Kindle Reshaping It All by Candace Cameron Bure. It's the story of how she learned to look at food and fitness as a Christian and overcame bulimia. I'm currently reading it (before it returns to Steph's Kindle) to encourage me as I start walking again soon.
|I happened to be at the grocery store the day it hit the newsstands. :)|
Keeping it Real
|The only thing missing is my hot beverage...|
Morning after the storm....
|The view from the end of my gravel lane.|
|The new blender required some reshuffling but it finally all came together... I had to move the vintage drawer to another room.|
Longing to romp in the snow (or so she thinks)...
She sat in this position for so long, we thought she had fallen asleep. No, she was pondering...