the polor vortex that is
hovering about 0 today and even colder tonight
i am still loving Downton Abbey
also, although I am somewhat loathe to admit it
I am looking forward to Grey's Anatomy to start again in February
I used to love peanut butter and fluff sandwiches
-some people call it marshmallow creme-
on white bread
it was my nod to all things horrible and i only allowed myself one sandwich every year or so
i can't/won't eat them anymore
Grey's Anatomy is my "fluff" these days
it is a new semester in school and for the first time I am in a class with people who are young
younger than my own children
OMG LOL IDK how these professors do it every semester
i am taking a class that is new to the curriculum which is called
i think I am going to enjoy it very much
the white stuff
wide open spaces
Oh I am waiting for Grey's too what a way to leave us hanging in the middle of the wedding kerfuffal:) Marshmallow creme mmmm.ReplyDelete
Polar Vortex yes I have had enough already:) B
Marshmallow cream on white bread? Lol!ReplyDelete
i was shocked to hear that they renewed Meredith & Derek's for 2 years... i was thinking they were getting to the end? what more can they come up with story lines that is? they have played out most??! right??! where did the polar vortex come from? fun how you never hear about certain weather terms a BAM they come out of no where!?!? what? do you think they make them up for fun or for something else to talk about??! ha. ha!! ( :ReplyDelete
ugh. she seriously needs to tell bates...that was messed up...ha...seriously i watch it with my wfie, for my wife...lol....we are freezing here too...not supposed to get out of the teens today i dont think...ReplyDelete
It is so cold here today too. What's with this winter? Don't be ashamed of what you watch on the screen......I watch Project Runway and The Voice.....so there I beat youReplyDelete
Can't wait to watch Lizzie Borden on Saturday.......read about her when I was a kid...
Good luck with the younger ones in class
peanut butter and marshmallow crème....good heavens...makes my toes curl just thinking about that shock of sugar to my blood
but I bet its good tasting
Don't be guilty of loving Downton Abbey. I do as well. And peanut butter. And pictures that illustrate simplicity. Nice work.ReplyDelete
the class does sound interesting. are you working towards a goal or just keeping your brain at work? in Brasil I took a linguistics course. that was very interesting - I was trying to learn why I wasn't learning Portuguese - I was told by a 'freind' that it was because Americans are lazy..... nope not the right answer.ReplyDelete
environmental sociology does sound interesting -- keep us informed. i never did get into peanut butter and fluff -- wonder why? it sounds good and messy. guess i'll stick with peanut butter and jelly (which i had at a rather formal reception recently). I'm behind on Downton Abbey, but up to date with Sherlock -- priorities!ReplyDelete
Yes -sigh- That polar vortex is after a lot of us again. And it will hang around, longer this time too.ReplyDelete
"Environmental Sociology"... I look forward to you telling us, what this is about. Oh I suppose, we could look up those words. But it will be more interesting, hearing it from you. Because you will be enjoying it.
(Upper NE of US)
I need to watch Downton Abbey, I don't know what is taking me so long. My daughter is currently addicted to the fluffernutter. Best of luck with your classes!ReplyDelete
Your marshmallow fluff sandwich reminds me of my..... "Interesting" sandwich choice. For now and then... Way back...ReplyDelete
Again white bread, 'cause it seems that was all we were using, way-back-then. Spread with Miracle Whip Mayo... And lots of sliced onion, with salt and pepper. Yishhhhhhhh....
How my stomach stood it, I don't know!
Your image does transmit the cold atmosphere :)ReplyDelete
It's cold here too (around -4°C) but only a very thin layer of snow.
Lovely photos! Environmental Sociology..sounds like a great course!ReplyDelete
That's a beautiful winter scene. Yep, we are once again living in the vortex, I've got my Ugg boots on, and I'm inside! I remember going back to school when I was in my late 40's, everyone was younger than me, even the professors!ReplyDelete
The cold is back here, too, though it is supposed to get in the 20's today. Then back to single digits.ReplyDelete
Love that picture.
A beautiful photo but so cold looking. Yes, I am so done with this polar vortex! My granddaughter has already missed 8 weather days ... and counting. But you're colder than I am so I'll stop whining.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your new class. Remember life experience trumps youth.ReplyDelete
I love, love, love this photo. It's my favorite for the theme so far.ReplyDelete
I'm sure that would be weird to be in a class with others who are younger than your own children! Good luck blending in!!ReplyDelete
We don't have the cold temps, just really high winds...knocked our power out last night.
The snow looks lovely even though it is so stinking cold! I'm impressed by your classes! Enjoy the time even with all those youngsters.ReplyDelete
I am so hot here in Brazil, it's hard to imagine hwo cold it must be in your town. BEautiful image.ReplyDelete
Lovely shot! I can't comment on the tv stuff because we don't get US stuff here until it's quite dated.ReplyDelete
It has been brutal here in Chicagoland! I am curling up by the fire with magazines and my Kindle♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/window-stopping/ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness that looks cold! I don't have a tv so I'd have to huddle in front of the fire with a good book.ReplyDelete
Nice picture. Environmental sociology sounds interesting! Hope you'll tell more about what you are learning there!ReplyDelete
Lovely, creative and serene shot for WTS ~ thanks,ReplyDelete
Downton Abbey isn't doing it so much for me this year. I liked the previous years much better. I never got into Grey's Anatomy.ReplyDelete