Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Me, right now


It's lunchtime:
Roast beef on oat and honey bread, with thinly sliced cheddar cheese and just a bit of German remoulade sauce. Barbecue potato chips on the side. Glass of lemonade. Roaring fire. Good book. Warm feet. Farm pup by my side.
Happy 1/11/11!

24 comments:

  1. I wish I were doing the same....can't get better can it??

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  2. Now that is the way to spend an afternoon. Warm and toasty.

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  3. A cozy fire, good food, Roxy baby, and an exciting book -- what could be better? I love that you enjoy your own company as well. That's actually quite rare.
    Happy 1/11/11 to you too.

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  4. What a wonderful way to spend this chilly afternoon. I was out warming up newborn goat babies from a doe that decided to kid early and wasn't in a proper kidding pen! Burrrr! When I get cold out there, I'll think of your beautiful photo and it should help me be warm! :D

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  5. ...and Uggs on her feet. Call me envious.

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  6. Looks like you had a good day.

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  7. uh, can I have a bite of your sandwich?

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  8. Very nice! Love your photo. And your fire. And your sandwich....

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  9. In case Reggie is cold, you need to go win this :)

    http://texan.blogspot.com/2011/01/give-away-kid-coat-or-dog-coat.html

    it made me smile. I still want a goat.

    Stay warm chica!

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  10. that looks a lot more fun than making curling stones! aren't uggs wonderful? i've been wearing them since september i think! so funny that you read about muffalettas and then i posted them. you should try them. they are sooo good! when i used to visit new orleans all the time as soon as i arrived, i went straight down to bourbon street and bought a piece of a muffaletta. they make huge ones and cut wedges out of them. they wrap them in a white waxed paper. heaven!

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  11. Well, I asked the goatmother for a fireplace, but she said it was ill-advised. Oh, well, she and the goatfather did put up a tarp to block blowing rain and snow today. As long as the Peanuts keep coming, I guess it will have to do.

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  12. Sounds perfectly cozy..and sand..sounds delis!! Went on to read what that German stuff is..and...well its in German..so I still don't know.. sounds good though:) Give Roxy a little hug for me!! Got lots of snow here today..so its all white and pretty..but still looking forward to GREEN and warm..hahah

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  13. Can I just tell you that I'm sooo envious? :)

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  14. Linda: They're actually $39 Costco specials, but you may call them Uggs if you like. :-)

    Paula: Yes. I'm a good sharer. :-)

    Meadowlark: I saw this! But Reggie's a BIG boy now (seriously), I'm not sure any of those sizes would come close to fitting him now. Esp with his own winter coat on! :-)

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  15. Yes Ugg boots! Aussie boots! Do you want to know how they got their name... Ugg is a shortening of ugly, and believe it or not it was the 'surfer dudes' that christen them.
    You look mighty comfortable Danni.
    LiBBiE in Oz

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  16. Ah I see you are living the good life! Way to go!

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  17. Beautiful! Satisfying and simple!

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  18. That looks like a wonderful way to spend the day! :)

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  19. Life is good! Picture Perfect Post! I totally missed yesterday being 1/11/11 . . . oh well.

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  20. Now that looks cozy! Scootch over.

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  21. This was a fun post! Lunch sounds great! Ah to relax!

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