on the drive home we marvelled at the large orange moon hanging low in the sky
it looked like it was suspended just above the houses
and the reflection on the ocean was just so beautiful...
Not quite the image that I was hoping for...
it was difficult to capture the detail with my IPhone.
we awoke yesterday to a light dusting and it continued to fall all morning.
This was the view on my walk the other day and I thought for sure that we would be enjoying warmer temperatures.
I noticed that there were a few late forming rose buds...
they must be frozen and ready to drop by now.
A study in black and white
Black Mondo grass poking out of the snow.
I decided that some comfort food was needed so I made a chicken pot pie.
The Food network had Ina Gartens' recipe.
Fresh and hot from the oven.
Can you see the snow outside?
Mr. HB put up a string of white lights on the Climbing Royal Sunset rose.
They look so pretty at night
I can see them when I am working in the Humble Bungalow Kitchen.
reminds me of a string of lustrous pearls
We went to an open house and a birthday party last night,
held in a heritage home of a young family.
There was quite a crowd and I think that the children outnumbered the adults.
This black cat clock hangs in the kitchen and the eyes move from side to side.
The young children are quite taken with it...as are many of the adults who have memories of these vintage clocks.
I've woken up with a stuffy nose and a scratchy throat and I am hoping that it does not turn into a cold. Today I plan to lay low, drink lots of fluids and keep warm.
I have a great book
The Midwife of Hope River
by Patricia Harman
I am halfway through and enjoying it immensely.
Have you had a good weekend?
Are you busy with all the Christmas preparations?
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~