Saturday morning, Lucy woke me early and I dragged myself downstairs. After staying up well past my normal bedtime, I felt groggy and annoyed at having my warm and cozy dreams interrupted. A few minutes later, I was thankful to see the glorious sunrise. According to the pink sky peeping through the trees, we were in for a “red sky in morning, tigers take warning” sort of day. And the old proverb held true with winter weather and LSU headed our way.
Game day is always a simple pleasure. Especially with friends. And to shut out LSU? Now THAT was a thrilling pleasure.
Later the snow fell.
I love the tranquility of snow, the quiet, cold landscape, the way it transforms ordinary into art.
What’s better on a frigid day than leftovers? Not much.
And yay for my Sorel snow boots! I walk Lucy and Annabelle no matter how frightful the weather.
Here’s wishing you a week filled with warm memories and yummy leftovers!
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
“My last refuge, my books: simple pleasures, like finding wild onions by the side of a road, or requited love.” ― Tracy Letts, August: Osage County
Belle and Sebastian – The Fox in the Snow