“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Farm Fresh Breakfast

Homegrown tomatoes.
Today's eggs.
Local melon.
My designer coffee blend in my favorite mug.
Come on over.


Kittie Howard said...

Ohhhh, wish I could...it all looks so perfect, warm and cozy on this brisk morning.

I rummaged in a couple of boxes in the garage for that German fairy tale book (more a stapled collage the instructor had managed) but hit upon instead teaching materials from another era. I bit the bullet and tossed most. *sighs* (I'm not much of a pack rat, so down to bare bones is really down Memory Lane.)

I mentioned the headless horseman in the post - but the fairy tale that really got me was about a little girl who's carried in the woods...the reader hasn't a clue, doesn't think about her dying, but she does.

Lois Evensen said...

That looks wonderful! :)

It's a little late for breakfast - sorry I missed it! We've been out running so I am just getting to blog reading for today.

We did have breakfast for dinner, though. We can have breakfast any time.

Deere Driver said...

You're never late for breakfast. We can have it anytime. Breakfast for dinner works here too.

Kittie - Will try and call Mom tomorrow about the stories and tales.