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It was wonderful to spend time outdoors this weekend in the cold, blustery, colorful days of fall.While properly dressed in a warm sweater, wrap and mitts,  (yes, I am one of *those* people), I spent yesterday running errands and gathering groceries.


It looks like I'm set for awhile. It's time for breakfast.


Looks like a productive haul at the market. Have you tried the berry buckwheat waffles (I cannot remember the brand- purple box)? Delish!

Such a beautiful photo. It makes me homesick for Utah! Which is weird since I'm not from Utah.

I love the colors in the photo of your mountain! Subtle; muted; blended. Hope you can enjoy a restful day today -- before the regular week kicks in again. :-)

So pretty. Is it really mid-November? I feel like fall just zoomed by. Partly, the colors here have been disappointing and the weather, well, less than fall-like. Have a wonderful Sunday!!!

Mmmm, breakfast!!

That photo looks just like my landscape this weekend -- minus the mountains and colorful foliage! Our trees are all bare!! So I guess we really just share the gray November sky.
; )

Busy laughing at Vicki's comment...

We're sharing the grey skies and barren landscape, and even a bit of snow yesterday. But our breakfast was awesome, too. Makes life worth living!

Have a great relaxing Sunday, Margene.

Looks like you're ready to hibernate. Oh, and the storm was really overblown - it's going to be all melted in a day or two.

Nothing impressive, nothing very special, nothing much accomplished. That is what I like best - the simple things of ordinary days. (And yet: it is very special and impressive that there are so many glutenfree products nowadays).

Udi's is so delicious!


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