Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Enjoy!

We are expecting 4-6 more inches of snow today, this has been a very snowy December! It is very tempting to move to the equator. I have to shop for our Christmas Eve dinner and our Christmas morning breakfast. We always have Italian food on Christmas Eve and egg nog french toast on Christmas morning.
I hope all of you have a wonderful holiday!!!
Your Pal,
Linda

10 comments:

lorhen82 said...

Linda, you find the best pictures! Stay warm and have a Merry Christmas!

Lori

Heidi said...

Wow! I was surfing and came upon your blog. Love your house. I clicked on the magazine and was amazed how beautiful you made it. Before my first son was born I used to set up at flea markets and go to them. I so know what you mean by starting out of necessity...and continuing for pleasure.

Merry Christmas! Thanks for sharing!

Heidi from Iowa

Sandra Evertson said...

Fabulous old B & W's and I just love your sense of humor, speaking of the post below! Happy Holidays to you!
Sandra Evertson

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Merry Christmas! Enjoy the snow--I do hope you have safe travels.

Saucy said...

Did you say EGG NOG French toast? Brilliant. I thought my banana French toast was pretty fine, but egg nog is divine. Merry Christmas, dear friend.

xoxo

caren said...

Egg nog French toast????? Wow, will you share the receipe sometime? Merry Christmas!

Sara said...

Linda~I know the feeling... My neighbor called and said she was going to make an attempt to forge through the snow to get groceries. Well, I thought surly I can make it NEXT DOOR, only a couple yards. One big problem. We live on a blvd. The walking and bike lanes are covered in knee deep snow. The only clear path was the actual driving lane itself. Hmmm,I thought for a moment, then envisioned myself as somebodys unwanted (on both sides) hood ornament. Reminiscent of a buck brought home in deer season. To my amazement my neighbor came to my aid by shoveling a path from her back door to mine. Yahoo!
We're expecting MORE snow tomorrow. Fortunately my son and daughter in law made it safely home.

Sweet Christmas Wishes,
Sara

vivienne strauss said...

Happy holidays and thank you for sharing such joyful images and stories all year long!

your friend in Portland, OR :)

charlotte said...

merry christmas, Linda! loved catching up with you over here... happy new year! xoC

PJ's talking2.... said...

I love those pictures. Hope ya'll had a wonderful Christmas, and bonus day. ~PJ