Reuben’s sister, Amanda
, gave me these lovely wooden spoons for Christmas. They are going to make excellent food props.
Look at the lovey tea towels that Reuben’s other sister, Bree
, made for me. The embroidery is impeccable.
Dried figs are nice. I’ll tell you what I made with them in an upcoming post…
Helen likes to wear my pink-and-green Christmas socks. With pink heels, of course.
Winter can be so bleak, but the sunrises are glorious.
Last Saturday was my birthday! I turned 25. I still feel like a kid. We ate mac and cheese with bacon for lunch and had ice cream for dessert. It was a good day.
Reuben bought me this bowl for my birthday. I love it to pieces. He knows me well.
I get ridiculously excited about cheerios (these are actually Cascadian Farms’ version of cheerios).
Emergency snack: a spoonful of peanut butter with (dark) chocolate chips poked in. A glass of cold milk is not optional.
Carbonara. It’s a glorious thing. And so quick and easy. I’ve used Pioneer Woman’s recipe
before, but now I just wing it.
How are y’all surviving the winter? Any tips to keep from pining for spring?