Maybe that will help the mood! When we lived in Florida, I would get up really early while the morning was still cool (basically before the sun even considered coming up)and have coffee and pumpkin bread to help it feel like Fall. It's SO SAD to hear a lady SO adoring of the seasons to be experiencing an 89 degree November :( What month does it usually cool off around there?
thanks for visiting our blog today and leaving such a sweet comment! Thank you. your blog is wonderful too. Isn't it all so fun! XO. amy
wow what a lovely cook book! i love martha steward. she has polish origins, i'm proud!have a sweet day, justyna
What fun that will be! It's a nice idea to save it for a rainy day. Perfect!
I can almost feel the anticipation here :) Here's hopin' you get some rain real soon!
Kary,Your response to my posting today was exactly what I needed to hear. Okay, enough of my sulking, moving on. BTW, your blog is great! Sorry you're having such a heat wave right now. It's hard to get into the spirit of the season when the weather won't cooperate. Of course, I'll be craving your current weather situation in mid-February. :)
I want that book... is it a magazine? I have pulled out ALL of my Martha T-giving and Xmas magazines and a few others as well... Came over here from A Place to Dwell because I LOVE Holidays on Ice!!! A good LOL read!Nice blog btw!Stay cool!
Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by. I appreciate all your kind comments more than you can know.