Thursday, March 6, 2014

Beautiful Sun

The sun is beginning to shine,
it never did yesterday
so melting of snow and ice continues,
 maybe I can go outside after lunch :)

When you do not feel like cooking or baking
this was tasty
yesterday
corn chips covered with black beans, tomato, cheese, avocado,
 a side of quinoa and a slice of store bought cake from the freezer.
May repeat it again today.


A hyacinth in my bedroom makes me think Spring
and the scent is heavenly.

Years ago
the old farm house
and this land
was a retreat
 for me
far from the world
I had known.
A place where this one
could slow down,
garden, read all types of books,
fiction, philosophy, poetry
her bible
and search for meaning
of much.

Even with a Winter that seemed longer then most
this one is ever thankful
I was able to return
to this land
4 1/2 years ago.

12 comments:

sandra hagan said...

happy the sun is shining for you!

Tabor said...

Your food always looks so delicious and healthy and interesting rather than common. Maybe you should collect these recipes and meals and put together a small book for the single woman?

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Tabor, thank you
what I post for family :)
food so simple most of the time
but try and eat healthy.
Surely - they need no help :)
Sandy, thank you
sun barely out
and drive still icy
and another home day :(

Lonely Rivers said...

You are my Sunshine!

Judy said...

It was a lovely sunny day here today too. Maybe into the 40's tomorrow. We can always hope.

Cape Cod Kitty said...

So happy you have the sun and your pretty table and delicious-looking food, brought me right to Spring. Hoping the ice clears out for you with this warm-up.

Chip Butter said...

You really do have a flair for setting a lovely table, even for one. Your food always looks deliciously beautiful. Surely, you were out and about today...warmer days are here!

Sharon said...

Your lunch sounds delicious. I hope you have been able to get out since you wrote this ~

Wisewebwoman said...

I love your still lifes and the scrollwork and the snow.

I've been so busy, no time for blog reads but caught up with you tonight.

Daughter and I managed some hikes when the thermometer climbed to zero Celsius. But alas, alack, 25cm of snow forecast for tonight. But spring sounds, ducks and loons on the water/ice.

Hope.

XO
WWW

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

LR, Judy, Marcia, Mary, Sharon and WWW.
thank to each of you for visiting and commenting..

C.A. said...

Thanks so much for your comment on my blog, March has arrived."

Enjoying your blog too. Will be back!

--Cara from "Mad, Mad World," blog

Balisha said...

Reading this post late....As usual your meal looks delicious. You make the simplest meal look tasty.
Hope the snow and ice melt soon and you can get out.
Blessings...
Balisha