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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Morning Light


There is something about the winter morning sunlight that I love. In the summer, I cringe in the morning as it is so bright coming in and I know it means it will be hot, but this time of year it is a welcome softer light.

Some of my rolling pins.

A favorite teapot.

Bread dough rising.
                            
                               On a shiny, clean kitchen.

                                On my oatmeal.
                                 I like it dirty with brown
                                 sugar and coconut.
                             


                        
                     Shining through my front door.



                                                                  Morning Everyone!
Hey what's with blogger? Everything I type is all womper jawed and crooked. Annoying!!

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11 comments:

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Oh, I love that winter sunshine coming in too. I keep my rolling pins in an old crock too -- great look. Loving your red tea pot too.

Blessings!
Gail

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I have my rolling pins in a crock too! But I really need that red tea pot. It would be perfect with my Valentine table!

Cori@WhereYouHangYourHeart.com said...

Yes, winter sunlight of any kind is sort of magical. What a nice reflection for the day!

Vintage Gal said...

I love winter sunshine. So does my sweet little scooter our kitty who loves to lay in the sunshine. I LOVE your rolling pins. I have a weakness for them ;-)

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

The sun finally came out here today! I am so happy!!! Your pictures are gorgeous. Just looking at the red teapot makes me so happy!!! (Red is my favorite color) :D

xoxoxo,
Ricki Jill

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

You make everything looks so cozy and cute. I love the red tea pot!

Terra said...

I like the sunlight prettyfying all it touches. My word for the year is "shine" so I am with you on this. The addition of coconut to oatmeal is clever and I will try it.

acorn hollow said...

What a nice place to be in the winter. I love bread and tea. mmmm
cathy

Cindy Marquis said...

Everything looks so cozy in your kitchen. I must say that I like the summer sunshine best, but I would be content with any - its been cloudy here for several days. I love your red teapot too. I want one!

Vintagesouthernlife said...

I'll take sun, winter or summer. It has been cloudy here for several days.

I love your door and your red teapot.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi there and thanks for visiting me today!... so fun we have the same vintage watering can!... I love all your farmhouse decor... mine has always been a farmhouse, last twenty five years plus, and now they say it is the "latest thing"... I am not in to trends however, I think the country farmhouse style is timeless and that is what our home will always be... love your new spatterware coffee pot!... my kitchen is reds and yellows too, love all your vintage treasures!.. I see you also love the Gooseberry Patch books too... this has been fun looking at alot of your posts... signing on as a new follower fellow farm~chick!... xoxo Julie Marie Oh yes, I live to garden, loved seeing the garden center and cute duck that follows you around, and also the Koi.