5 November


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the good

In the kitchen there is morning sunlight

and brown eggs for breakfast, fresh coffee

and a sweet little pot of mums from my mum.

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Darkness falls early now

 long shadows fill the house with golden twilight

chicken with fresh herbs and lemon

is roasting in the oven

basmati rice boiling on the stove

bright green broccoli

 pumpkin pie.



the random

A new set of bright and cheery dishcloths

makes me want to clean something.



the fun

The Drop Kick Murphies lead the Boston Red Sox

world series parade right past the building I work in.

I popped my head out the door at lunch and watched!

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Comments

  1. Now I need to go get some bright, cheery dishcloths so I am motivated to clean. Did the Sox win the world series? I hadn't heard! ;)

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  2. Breakfast with you sounds very yummy!

    ;-)

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  3. I was just thinking that I need to knit a nice new pile of dish cloths!

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  4. Coffee and eggs is a nice breakfast; one of my favorites. It's good that you get lots of sunlight in your kitchen. And I love your bright and cheery dish cloths. : )

    ~Sheri

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  5. I hate hate it gets dark early now. I need the light! Your kitchen table looks so inviting!!

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  6. So jealous you got so close to the parade!!!

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  7. This is such a lovely post, so full of things to be grateful for. Thank you so much for sharing with the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I’m featuring this post at the party this week. Hope to ‘see’ you there! Have a great week ahead!

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  8. What a sweet way to start the day! Love this post and your sunny kitchen. #HearthAndSoul (And, yes, I am a blogger who comments back.)

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