"Getting rid of everything that doesn’t matter allows you to remember who you are. Simplicity doesn’t change who you are, it brings you back to who you are."
Oh my! You win. I haven't even cleaned up the breakfast dishes yet but I have been thinking about seeds. Marie mentioned on her 66 Square Feet blog the she was going to plant some pre-last freeze date stuff. The rain has stopped and the wind is whipping so things should be drying out. I think I'm going to plant spinach, arugula and parsley outside. What about you?
Wow, can I come over for breakfast??? I'd doing good to be on my second cup of coffee by 10 a.m. I'm a drag-a-bed and sleep in most edays. DH is always telling me what a gorgeous sunrise I miss.
I'm coming to your house next Sunday . . . before ten. I'll help bake the cookies and then carry a few of them out onto your new deck to munch while breathing in your glorious spring air while you do more sorting of the garden seeds. I'd even help you eat some of that yummy looking breakfast. Deal?
Some of my favorite things--fresh baked cookies, seed packets and a delicious home-cooked breakfast. :) That's a fine way to start a day.
Mama Pea, pick me up on the way! What a lovely setting for breakfast!
Homemade chocolate-chip cookies and seeds to peruse? What's not to love about that. Life is lookin' mighty good there! Hope you're feeling better.
Well, you inspired me so I made chocolate chip cookies yesterday afternoon too!