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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Feeling the chill.................

The intense cold has hit our area again.  The high yesterday was 16 degrees, and today doesn't promise a whole lot of change.  With the cold, also comes sun, as it is just too cold to produce any weather change.  I welcome the sun and bask in it as it comes streaming through the window this morning.

To keep warm this weekend when the family came over, I made a big pot of homemade soup.  Our old neighbor gave me this recipe several years ago, and it's very yummy.  Brunswick Stew is fll of good things, so pop on over to our family food blog, The Crow's Crusty Loaf, where you will find the recipe.  You will also find some recipes for homemade bread to pair with this delicious soup.

I also invite you to pop on over to Danice's blog. She created the graphic below to help join in our efforts to promote blogging again!  Feel free to grab the button and post a link back to either my blog or hers.  Spread the word.


I'm heading to my sewing room/studio to work on orders and create some new goodies for Springtime!  Have a lovely day all.


  1. We are also getting really cold weather here too. Well, that's winter I reckon. Thanks so much for posting the button.

  2. Holy moly that is COLD! We've been blessed with a nicer winter... mostly 50's with a few 40's. That's unusual for us but I'll take it! Especially when the sun pops out.

    The soup looks delicious! That's the main thing I love about winter... all the delicious comfort food. Yum.

    I had to do some crafting with spring flowers, lol! It does help somewhat. =] Have a great week and stay warm~

  3. Looks yummy,thanks for the recipe!! I am new to your blog as we are in alot of the same qroups. Love your Prim doll that you made in the swap. I am mailing mine out today! I will visit your post again!


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