Sunday, February 13, 2011

clouds...snow....blue skies...



the clouds and the snow seem to be almost touching....
I love the way the blue skys break up the white....
but what makes me even happier is...
it is gone...and we have had a beautiful weekend
house hold chores finished - check
dogs bathed- check
Sleep over with little britches- check
Daughter's dance performance- check
now I'm ready to vegitate and get ready for another week...
Speaking of vegetables what are your top 3 favorite?
Mine in no particular order
  1. spinach-raw or cooked
  2. califlower- raw or cooked
  3. green beans- cooked


8 comments:

texwisgirl said...

It was indeed a gorgeous weekend here! Yippee! I can see hints of green coming up in the pasture. By end of this next week, we should be well on our way!!!

Favorite vegetables: carrots (raw), green beans (cooked but I like 'em raw too), POTATOES (cooked any way they can be made!) Potatoes are technically a starch, but I'll take 'em as a side dish (or main entree) any day! :)

Dawn said...

Love the blue and white. Ours was wonderful weekend weather here too:)

My veggies...
sweet potatoes (does that count?)
carrots
freshly snapped garden peas:)

Mumsy, Chancy and Company said...

Beautiful pictures. We saw a lot of blue sky today and it was beautiful out this afternoon. It was very windy this morning though.

You have been busy. Hope you have a restful evening and night.

My favorite veggies are

Broccoli raw or cooked

Cauliflower raw or cooked

Corn fixed any way it can be fixed.

Hugs

Cherrie said...

Corn, squash and spinach

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Tomatoes, corn, black-eyed peas! Or on any given day, whatever is in season. I pretty much love them all! LOL! Those sky shots are beautiful!

Clint said...

I love vegetables---everything but beets. I like 'em raw or cooked. One of the more versatile is the lowly okra. Fried, stewed, pickled, whatever.

Deb said...

Celery, Cauliflower, greenbeans if I can only pick 3. I like them all except for beets and radishes.

Gale said...

Wasn't it glorious? That's two winters now I've been able to make snowmen with my kids!