Wednesday, January 12, 2011

snow day


i made some snow day french toast for breakfast.  the syrup came from a farm friend up the road, the eggs came from my chickens and the bread came from a local bakery *free* because another farmer friend of mine picks up all their day olds destined for the trash and she shares with me.  AWESOME.  also, let's see how far i can take this: the plate and mug came from the transfer station swap shop, the lace table cloth was given to me... 


here's my living room currently.  there's the dresser i bought at auction, remember?  i moved it in here the other day and started moving pictures on the walls around but didn't finish.  you know how when you get something new it causes a chain reaction like that?  also if you look closely you can see 2 laptops...all my kids are home today plus husband.  i want to finish rearranging but i like to do it without an audience..know what i mean?  and this is the view from the office where i sit at the computer.  you can see the unfinished office wall in the doorway.  it's been like that for, um, 2 years or so.  real life, people.


backyard snow!




put some more things in the shop this morning.  i've still got a lot more but will have to wait till this storm passes to photograph the rest.

mucho smoocho,
L

5 comments:

Melissa de la Fuente said...

I love your quiet and serene living room hun....I love moving things around and totally know the chain reaction thing & the not wanting an audience thing. :) Sigh....your back yard looks gorgeous too.
xo
Melis

Jaderbomb said...

Looks like my kinda day!!! Enjoy

kimberly said...

Mucho smoocho might be the best thing anyone ever said. hehe

Lisa at merryhappyjoyjoy said...

I made french toast this morn too. It was the first time I've tried it since deciding as a kid that I didn't like it. Pretty yummy actually with buttermilk, vanilla, cinnamon and organic eggs.

And, oh yeah, I adore your vintage blue and brown round pillow. Hopefully it'll still be there when I get some money together!

nicole said...

Your snow day (and beautiful photos) look heavenly.