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Friday, June 6, 2014

Nuthin' But Blue Skies....All Day Long

I can't believe it can be this bright before 6am.






 Couldn't sleep with all that sunshine, so I went out early for chores.

 At 10am, Doug H. arrived to interview me for an article he is writing for a local paper.  He really does his homework and it was a good experience...asked some very interesting questions.  Look forward to seeing what ends up in print and am honored that he would pick me for a story.

After lunch I went down to the village....



 Agape was calling me...and YES!  I made it 3 times this week.  Am adding time each day as the aerobic activity is what I need.

 Fed the girls at 5:30 and put them back out. 

 Tried something different for dinner.
 Made spaghetti carbonara.  Did not have parsley, so I garnished with chives.
 It was delish.
 It's a good thing, as Auntie Reg sent me this picture of her dinner and my mouth was watering.
She has sent me a photo of this asparagus tart before and it is pure torture.

The horses were hanging around the barn so I tucked them in a little after 8.




Night all.

5 comments:

  1. It surely was a beautiful day. Boy oh boy another article in the paper I really have to come see you before you are too famous and too busy fraternizing with the famous to meet me:):) Have a nice weekend. Hug B

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  2. I love the early morning sunshine. We get light around 5:15 -- but nowhere as bright as you. And, you will send me the link to the article when it publishes, right?

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  3. I just cut out a recipe for asparagus tart, very easy, looks great. Let me know if you want it.

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  4. A beautiful day for you from start to finish! Our weather has been the same, and I can't get enough of it!

    I hope you enjoy today--I'll look forward to reading the article when it's finished!

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