52 sundays; january 29, 2012

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by Debra on January 29, 2012

Yes, I do seem to have a thing for trees . . . especially in the winter months . . . I like the stark contrast of empty limbs against the sky . . . whether it’s gray or blue skies, a snowy day or anywhere in between, I think there is something very majestic about trees in winter!

It has been a super busy week here at Smith Bites and it has given me plenty of opportunities to practice being present in every moment . . . I have to say that I continue to be amazed at how much I notice when I pay attention . . . like this guy . . . he always seems to show up for snuggles whenever I ‘think’ I am too busy . . . a minute of snuggling truly makes the world go ’round . . .

Much of this week was pretty gloomy here in Indiana but leave it to Dr. Seuss to put a smile on your face . . . it was fun to tweet with friends about how much we enjoy reading children’s books! Do you have a favorite?

The sun finally came out late in the week so we took the opportunity for a little drive around town . . . yes, even Winter can be beautiful here in Indiana . . .

Of course we did quite a bit of cooking in the Smith Bites kitchen . . . some of which is going to show up here this week . . .

And we even had time to stop and smell the roses . . .

Thanks for hanging out with us . . . we love having you here . . .

Happy Sunday!

© 2012, Debra. All rights reserved.

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Kristen January 30, 2012 at 8:06 am

I have a thing for trees on the winter too. Looks like you had a lovely week!

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Kulsum@journeykitchen January 29, 2012 at 2:39 pm

I totally love trees in winter too. The first picture just shows why.

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Amy January 29, 2012 at 2:36 pm

I agree with you about trees, even when they are bare. Looking forward to seeing what comes from your kitchen!

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Brian @ A Thought For Food January 29, 2012 at 9:23 am

Love the recap. That shot of the light coming through the trees is just lovely!

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