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Blizzard! Well, not really. But it is snowing and howling. No way I'm going outdoors. I've had my hot oatmeal (with peaches and black raspberries) and coffee, so I'm warm on the inside. Great day to listen to Sunday Baroque and watch football. Keep cozy.
Sunday morning and I don't even think about church anymore thanks to evolution giving me a reasonable brain.
Sunny and cold here, around freezing point. I need to turn over my earthenware pots in the roof garden, before the rainwater freezes and breaks them, but I'm busy writing lessons for next week. Waving to all of you!
Sunday morning and no church to attend! Listening to "Sunday Baroque" on the radio is a pleasant alternative. It may be a gloomy day on the outside, but the environment indoors is warm and cozy. Have a great day and week.
Good Saturday morning, fellow atheists. We had our first frost--actually a freeze--over night. 3 weeks past the average date. Eggs and potatoes got me going, plus strong coffee, of course.
Enjoy your weekend.
Today's weather looks and feels like November--a week away. Noooo! I don't like winter. This morning's pancakes with blueberries (and coffee) helped me accept the fact that warm days are gone.
Hope you all have a wonderful "hump" day!
The coffee has been finished six hours ago, now I've made blackberry and herb tea, good for my mid afternoon pause. Have a good day!
Don, my mother would always say "t'witchie", translated "to each" (his own).
And speaking of French, I had French toast for breakfast this morning with blueberries and artificial maple syrup (sorry). Coffee, natch. A good day for everyone out there in atheist land.
Randall, "Chaque homme a son gout!" is a French saying often tossed off by people who don't speak any French (like "Voila!"). like my mother, who used to say it often enough when I was a kid. Because she had no sense of pronunciation, I always thought the phrase was Chinese: "Shak ala, songu," or something. It means "Each man to his taste" or whatever floats your gustatorial boat.
Spud, I use white because it's less granular than yellow. It's more like flour. And self-rising means no baking powder necessary.
Don, my high school French is useless! Something about "good". I'm guessing it's the syrup you use.
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