Wednesday, March 3, 2010

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Little girl curls up in the orange chair before supper to watch Daddy play his guitar.
"Daddy, blenkeet!", she says. She wants to be all covered up and cozy.

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My morning buddy in her pink stripey dress and her ever-changing zip-it-up sweater on top. Knitting a soft blue kerchief to keep Rosie's head warm during the Spring walks that I am looking forward to in a couple of months. Love these bamboo needles.





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Livi Grace~ don't forget this yummy, easy recipe! It will be dinner at my house today. :)

6 comments:

Elisabeth said...

What a cosy little girl... :)
Sometimes curling up with a soft blanket (and book! and tea!) simply must be done.

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Anonymous said...

Hey! That looks like the More-with-Less cookbook! One of my favorites. Have you made the blender mayonnaise? I can't keep house without it.

I've been reading your blog for quite a while, now, and enjoy it so much. You're an inspiring homemaker.

-Rebecca in PA

dorothy said...

Love the 23 weeks, the almost 2 and the time you have gotten to spend with mama and pa recently. Hugs from CO -
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Katya said...

Hugs back to you and each of yours, Auntie Dorothy!!

Margo said...

That's the More with Less! I cook from that more often than any other cookbook. But I haven't made Pakistani Kima. So thanks fo the recommendation. I liked your link, last post, to the other blog with the Indian bean curry. I like her process approach. If you like Indian flavors, make the dahl in More with Less. We eat that a lot.
And I do have posts/comments on the More with Less on my blog if you want to discuss.

Olivia said...

Thanks for the reminder! Pakistani Kima sounds delicious just now. I loved Rae's Rajama post too: the color and spices and feel of cooking!

Looking forward to the spring walks along with you.

~Livi Grace