This was taken last year on this day. Our snow is about the same. Ginny is looking very fine. Katie's hair is LONG.
Is it Mardi Gras time yet?
Remind me to get some salt bagels soon.
I love this child.
“Why, what's the matter,
That you have such a February face,
So full of frost, of storm and cloudiness?”
~ William Shakespeare
No February faces here.
Encourage one another,
Happy February Smiles!ReplyDelete
I love wooly scarf weather. Your girls are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Ginny too ;-)
Shot hair don't go well to everybody. But, Katie is definitively gorgeous with short hairs. She looks older and ... a small woman !ReplyDelete
you are so right, Axelle. I thought of you last week, when I made quiche. I always follow your directions now and it's perfect. cheers!Delete
Dear Axelle, Keeping you and your family in our prayers. Hope you are having a good year so far. love and prayers, jepDelete
Mardi gras is super late - march 4! Beautiful girls. Love.ReplyDelete
None here either donna Boo…well Fireman is kind of unhappy with the snow. NOT Me!ReplyDelete
Smiling in Iowa! Snow day here. I'm not complaining. Choosing happiness and counting my blessings today. Thanks for the reminder, Miz Boo. You better get the bagels real quick. They look good.ReplyDelete
Susan, thanks for the idea. I was just thinking about what to fix for lunch.
Sarah P. from Iowa
Hi Sarah, here's the recipe, in case you want to follow Axelle's plan :-) it's awesome.Delete
The recipe looks wonderful. Can you tell me what 4 cl cream means in American measurement?Delete
Hi Rachel, 40 cl's of cream is about 13 and 1/2 ounces.Delete
You can just eyeball the bacon :-)
It is delicious! The gruyere cheese makes it very special !
I bought a pint of cream today! AND gruyere (Chah-Ching). Yay! Thanks for answering, Susan!Delete
Amen! No February faces around here either...ReplyDelete
well, perhaps, Gary and Kaish have February faces because they are just about to go out and shovel ice : ). I begged Gary to tell his job he couldn't come in yesterday afternoon because I knew ice was coming and I KNEW without a shadow of a doubt I wanted nothing to do with shoveling that.
Doesn't time fly? Everyone is growing. Love these flashback pictures of your beautiful family.
Smiling from Washington! Love the quote, though. I don't remember ever reading that one. That darn Shakespeare was so unbelievably clever. Cold temps here but blue, blue sky and crisp air. How could I not be smiling?ReplyDelete
Blue skies after a snow is called a Bluebird day.... isn't that sweet?ReplyDelete
I love that!!!Delete
I love that too, Cheryl. I'm going to remember.....Bluebird day. So pretty.Delete
It's not always easy to smile during long commutes on very snowy roads -- especially when hearing forecasts of below zero temps yet again tonight..... But, we have a warm home and a full gas tank and a site like this to visit and see beautiful photos and hear encouraging words, so we trudge on. And we do smile. :)ReplyDelete
You do post the most beautiful February faces and comments here.ReplyDelete
love and prayers, jep
i have just started following your blog. You have a lovely family. And I do so enjoy your wonderful photos.ReplyDelete
Thank you Wayne. Happy to meet you.Delete
Just looking at those pictures makes me smile, and my heart ache! For the girl I used to be...and for my daughter and her growing so big too quickly! I"m going to be pulling the camera out this weekend I think!ReplyDelete