Saturday morning, an English Breakfast Tea latte, and a sunny spot for reading. I’m a few pages from completion of this book. Wouldn’t necessarily recommend as it’s only been mildly entertaining.
Lots happening around the kitchen table on a sunny morning.
Snow was not one of them. My sister sent me this photo yesterday. Got me thinking about winter. And snow.
So I took winter off the shelf to read for awhile.
And look at all the winter pictures.
And read about the winter activities in places that have winter. I wonder if people still do this. And if any of them read this blog. And if they might need help this winter. I can be a very helpful person under the right circumstances.
Wyatt startled me out of my winter daydreams when he jumped up on the table in his dirt disguise. Cats couldn’t care a less about maple sugaring or riding through snowy fields in a horse-drawn carriage.
Not when there are squirrels to chase and grasshoppers to eat and lots and lots of dirt to roll in.
I am tempted to get a bottle of ink and a fountain pen 🙂
Weather is getting cold over here, perhaps we will get some snow soon.
oh yes of course we maple syrup…
xox – eb.
Karine Swenson says
I just wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying your blog, and your work! And the cat photos, too.
ro bruhn says
The best thing about snow is that we don’t have it very often, maybe once or twice every few years. I was born in England and still remember walking to school in the snow, with the snow coming over the top of my wellies (rubber boots), ohhhhh so cold.
Give me the sunshine any day.
Sandra Evertson says
That cat is so cute! Looks like he is wearing a little white mask!
Love the doiley stencils! So Cool! And then new book with the boy!
I love how Powerful and Strong your art work is!
No winter for me – I paid my “dues”. Grew up on the plains in Nebraska, spent a couple of years in South Dakota and 3 more in Alaska. Pictures of snow are beautiful but for the remainder of my life I really don’t want to see any snow IRL. KWIM?
patty van dorin says
mmmmm, makes me want to shuffle in all sleepy eyed, fluffy slippers on the feet, pour a big mug of tea, pull out a red chair, open my journal, and dip my pen in that bottle of ink and start writing about smelly dirty cats.
That’s a perfect start to a day!!!!!!