I woke this holiday solstice thinking about homemade lekvár (jam), and a dairy-free cookie idea I have. I'm gonna put the two together, and see if it works.
Meanwhile, the game's on and Tim just reheated his lunch. Only he can't eat it because Bug is stuck outside. And she stole his hat again. Bug loves Tim's hat. Loves it.
As for me, I've got zero appetite today. Though when I do get hungry, I've got a big potato, good Kosher salt and coconut oil, just waiting to be chopped, cooked and gobbled up.
Happy Winter & Summer Solstice.
And a Happy Winter & Spring Solstice to you too from Down Under and Off to the Side.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Wendy. I fixed it to Summer. I don't know where my brain is.Delete
Happy Summer to you and your Honey Bunny.
Great winter solstice art!ReplyDelete
Happy Winter Solstice to you and your Honey Bunny. Hope you girls had a great holiday.Delete
Took me a while to catch on that it was Winter Solstice. I get there in the end though.ReplyDelete
HiYa Jo - Yes, it's a holiday in our household. Happy Winter Solstice to you and boogie boogie.Delete
Does bug chew or drool on hats?ReplyDelete
Now for the daylight to grow longer again!
She loves to num num them and then rest her little head on the hat. Where Wiggy, likes to num num, stinky socks.Delete
Happy Holiday Solstice.
Bug knows that they who have the hat wins.ReplyDelete
That's very true.Delete
Yum....I love potatoes. Any way you fix them is fine with me.ReplyDelete
That's how I am too, Betsy. Potatoes, potatoes, any which way, yum!Delete
Today is the solstice and best of all sons Birthday !ReplyDelete
Let there be cake !
Happy Birthday WISHES, to him and you, since you're the mama. Cheers and boogie boogie.Delete
Love the happy sun with the Christmas hat. Have a relaxing Sunday evening.ReplyDelete
I'm having a super relaxing Holiday Solstice. Hope your weekend is fun as well.Delete
Happy first day of winter...
Which is good...cause now we can count down to the LAST day of winter!
Potatoes are my very very very favorite food...
Any which way...
Just call me Mrs Potato Head...
Oh my gosh, me too. Best food, ever. Doesn't matter how they're made. I told Tim, take my dairy, but don't take my potatoes. That would suck.Delete
Great photos on your post. Happy Winter!
Your sun graphic is the only brightness I've seen all day :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Kathy. Hope your holiday solstice was a good one.Delete
Oh, I love your drawing. Such a happy one. Happy Winter Solstice, Wonder Woman! I've been off my system for most of the day today. Got out just a big, did some reading, fell asleep while reading, and squeezed in a long bath with more reading. Lazy day. Good day. Hope it was great for you, too. Now getting ready for popcorn and a Christmas movie. We have some waiting to be watched; not sure yet what it will be.ReplyDelete
Love those unplugged days, they are nice. That'll be me tomorrow, for the morning and early afternoon, anyway.Delete
What Christmas movie did you end up watching? I haven't seen It's a Wonderful Life, yet this year. Do you like that one? I cry every single flippin' time.
You are so creative with your cookies. It did seem to get dark really quick today.ReplyDelete
I like both times, sometimes when it's darker longer, it feels like we have more evening time, and that's fun too.Delete
Enjoyed your Sunday sketch.
Loved the little gingerbread house, on your blog.Delete
I love potatoes, too--never met one I didn't love!ReplyDelete
A picture of the sun...I'd almost forgotten what it looks like!
I'm sorry you haven't had much sun. Hopefully today, you got some. It was like a spring mud day here and the pups were in heaven. Covered in mud, but in heaven.Delete
Brightest Blessings! I hope the cookies were great and I hear you on potatoes. Glad you found a dairy-free way to still enjoy food and that's too funny about the hat thief.ReplyDelete