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 . . .
I have a thing for trees on the winter too. Looks like you had a lovely week!
I totally love trees in winter too. The first picture just shows why.
I agree with you about trees, even when they are bare. Looking forward to seeing what comes from your kitchen!
Love the recap. That shot of the light coming through the trees is just lovely!