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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Frollicking

Sometimes what sustains me in the midst of winter, when snow is again predicted and we face another day indoors, is to take a look in our photo album of a glorious day of frollicking...

Nothing special was happening here, just brother and sisters wading along the beach, talking...
Enjoying the beautiful sunset and being together.

I might just spend this frigid afternoon with hot cocoa looking over summer memories!


7 comments:

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Like minds think alike! that's what my post is tomorrow .... reliving life on my summer porch :-)

Cori G. said...

HELLO TARA!
I'm sorry to hear your in frigid freezing weather. I just came in from gardening and it's 76 degrees outside. I hate to say it but that's almost too hot for me.
I wish I could sit and have cocoa with you...that would be so nice.
Bundle up nice and warm :)!

xo Cori

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

It's always hard to believe how I complained about the heat when I am out getting firewood!!

M.Kate said...

Aww..Tara, sorry about the weather..is it still dark at around 3? That will be bad for me, coz I'll eat more..which will not be good for the waist hehe. I had to pop over here when I saw the frollicking title and knew there's water involved. It's no winter here but no point to go to the beaches either when its raining everyday. We both wait for the season to be over :D

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Hi Tara, You know I used to dread those two months of winter after Christmas....Jan. and Feb. but now I love them. It's a time to kick back, rejuvenate, reorganize, no yard work, just enjoy. xo Lynn

dana said...

Good Morning Tara!
Those warm weather frollicking photos look so wonderful (I LOVE that word "frollicking"---great choice). It's warm, cold, warm, cold here in the Mid-west. I shouldn't complain, because it's not ICE or constantly sub-zero, but I'm longing for consistently warm and a bit of Spring green!

That baked fish and tomatoes dish looks great--we are not fish connoisseurs here--what type of fillets do you recommend? I've vowed to start serving more fish meals, but I drag my heels on trying new recipes. THAT one looks like one my hubby and I would both enjoy.

Happy 2009 to you! Dana

Firefly Hill said...

Oh Tara, that looks so lovely...
I am looking forward to those days. I am not much of a winter person! But I do love the change of season...it gives you something to look forward to. Winter really makes me appreciate the other seasons! Have a great week...

annie