Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tuesday

As I started dinner late this afternoon I opened a window in the kitchen, it was that warm. I made pancakes, since today is Shrove Tuesday. Meanwhile, the boys played outside with a neighbor on their scooters and skateboards, with hula hoops. After the fact I was told they'd 'snuck' a piece of mail out of the mailbox to use in some imaginative play involving espionage.

I hope your day was nice. xo

12 comments:

Emily Vanessa said...

I made pancakes too with banana and salted caramel sauce and then went out to take photos of the sunset. Amazing to see the delicate pink blossom in your last photo.

Jess said...

I love your Spring photos! They make me optimistic that the snow will melt someday.
Just wonderful!

sandra said...

beautiful blooms.
spring is springing!

Char said...

mmmmmmmmmmm, pancakes. :)

love those blooms.

Expats Again said...

Wherever you are that the trees are blooming already, I want to be there. Your son and his friends little mail theft cracked me up. I hope it was junk mail...

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Espionage? Love it. The imagination is a beautiful thing. Also, I just love this dish washing image.

Kelly Johnston said...

ah spring! i just spotted blooming cherry trees this morning - made me smile :)

KPiep said...

Love the blossoms! Can't wait to see some around here....we usually see the Forsythia bushes first.

Christina said...

Lecia, I've been reading your blog for some time now (months? a year?), and I just want to tell you how I love every facet of it: your way of expressing things; your photographs; your humor; your slant on everything. What a wonder the Internet is that it brings you all the way across the country to me sitting in Brooklyn, far from open windows.

Francesca said...

It was a good use of mail :)

A Day That is Dessert said...

Vanessa: your pancakes sound AMAZING!

Yay for blossoms!

Thank you for visiting, friends, and for your thoughtful words.

Christina: thank you so much for saying so - you made my whole day. The internet does indeed make the world smaller, and better because of it. xoxo

rosemary said...

Yes, we had our panckes too!