Kylie spied my stamps and went to town decorating the right side of this spread.
Had an English meeting today after school so I had to miss Zumba. Hate that!
Here's a picture I took yesterday. I was trying to get a cool, blurry background but it didn't really work as well as I had hoped.
These books are on my great uncle's old steamer trunk that I use as a coffee table. I love Susan Branch. She hand paints every single page even the copyright page. These cookbooks are really works of art.
The top two books are poetry. I always have one or two close by. You never know when you'll need a poem!
I'm so anxious to be able to hang my sheets outside to dry again. It makes them smell so fresh. I almost could have today since it got up to 28 degrees but that's just a little too cool; they'd freeze and never dry.
We started by stopping at the Moonbeam Cafe, again. I got a kick out of the old-fashioned toilet!
I had the special: steak bomb omelet. Yummy!
I took a walk on the beach and saw this cross-country skier gliding along.
Lots of big shells everywhere.
A turkey on the side of the road.
The train station in North Conway.
It was nice to get out of town for an overnight in the middle of winter. We stayed at a Residence Inn right in the Old Port in Portland, Maine and walked around. We ended up eating at J's Oyster House. Every February, for happy hour, they pass out free oysters with lemon and cocktail sauce. I don't eat them, myself, so Gary was happy to take care of mine for me.
I had shrimp scampi for supper and it was so good!