Wednesday, January 2, 2013

French sugar ...



a teaspoon of raspberry jam, (no butter,
we've had plenty since Thanksgiving),
on a tiny piece of baguette and coffee
with my bloggies before work!

(it's the first day of... back to daily life
rituals and routine around here!)


withLove.

:: i found the image above on Pinterest and pinned it to my French bread board.

10 comments:

  1. That is so cute, i've never seen that done before... Enjoy your day back in the routine. I am looking forward to getting back to my "normal" routine too...

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  2. We too are attempting to get back to normal around here...soon, life will be quiet again or at least a close enough facsimile of normal!
    Was thinking about you lately...Have a blessed rest of the week!
    Hugs from here
    Donna

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  3. That is so cute! I only wish I had the time it would take to do that in my kitchen every morning!

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  4. Hope you had a good day. I love that rooster.
    Hugs,
    Laura

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  5. Wow- Now THAT is a creative way to use jelly/jam. Hope you had a good day at work- xo Diana

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  6. I've got to figure out how to do that!!!

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  7. There is no 'normal' here! I miss it, too! I am hoping to get a 'normal' life back at some point this year. For now it is 'home' for a few days and then back to Quadville for a month. I kind of miss the 'routine of life' but know I have a new one. However, this is only temporary, and we will be back!

    Your posts are always so very pretty!!

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  8. Miam, Miam! Et aussin, si on tartinerait un petit peu de NUTELLA????

    How about that?

    Well my dear, enjoy the day and be well! Anita

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  9. What a sweet toast.:):) Yes, I know about that butter thing...blast. I am trying to cut major sugar intakes. Where are the 12 step programs for sugar junkies?? I would be saying"not only am I a member, but I am the president." I have done well for the past 2 weeks. Who ever said 2 cookies was a serving, just plain didn't like cookies.xoxo,Susie

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