Sunday, December 22, 2013

Sunday Supper


 The sun rose on the winter solstice of 2013 bringing with it temperatures in the 60's.

I did not hate this.

Today is in the 70's with rather startling outbursts of rain.

In between the storms the cats are prowling the grounds.

Gus is enjoying the sled.


And Lucy is squirrel hunting. Again. 



And here I was mulling over what to cook for dinner.

15 comments:

  1. I love the sled!

    The weather i weird here too, balmy. I am happy that the ice on my driveway (and everywhere else) has melted.

    SO Lucy is the hunter in the family...

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    1. She is indeed. Even if Gus "gets" something, she takes it away from him Poor poppet.

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  2. I'm with Jen on the sled, beautiful arrangement. Looks so christmasy in this balmy weather, we're at mid 60's, all the snow disappeared and we had a bunch. Weird. I don't think Lucy will bring dinner home, apparently she's a peeping tom (cat) Ha ha.

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    1. Oh not peeping at all, she was just poised to run up the tree after the little guy. One day she was caught between two, I had to go inside. Too panic making.

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  3. Not balmy here! Please send ice...
    Happy Christmas, Jane.

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    1. Hope it gets there before it melts....

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  4. Hoping the rest of winter is like this. And I'm jumping on the sled bandwagon. Very cool.

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    1. Thank you. Did you get your bit of Christmas yet?

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  5. Blog software messed up my reply effort.
    Peace be with you, Mizz Jane and to
    all on here and in your world.
    Diane
    in Denver where the high temp. today
    was 39F.

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    1. P.s., the sled is truly delightful!

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    2. Thank you Diane, and peace and warmth be with you:-)

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  6. Love the sled and also this weather. Happy to take the rain if it comes wrapped in warm. Won't hold, tho. off to buy chocolate and coconut milk for "project" tomorrow. Thanks for the help. xoxo

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  7. Mad weather, isn't it! Torrential rain here, floods everywhere, and we have our sandbags and flood board in place at the front of the house as the brook bursts its wall in several places.
    Wishing you and yours a lovely Christmas, regardless of the weather. x

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  8. I love your Christmassy photos Jane. Have a fabulous Christmas! Amanda x

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  9. Have a fabulous Christmas, Jane. See you next year. Christa

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