Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Petit Dejeuner



My little corner of the world is changing.  It comes with time and with age and I for one am embracing it full on.   There is less homestead life and more of a relaxed, yet, faster pace life.  My days are full of indulging in a  love of French cooking, that had been put on hold for many years while I was busy just simply cooking enough food to feed hungry teenagers.   We have been so blessed in so many ways, one of which is that we now have the time and the money to do some things around the house that we have in the past, just dreamed of.   I have the time now to dress with more care,  nurturing   the girlie side of me.   Its a wonderful time in life.  Once again, Emery and I are dating once again, something we didn't do for very long in our beginning.  We dated 10 weeks before we were married and then Melissa was born 18 months  after that.  So there wasn't a lot of just us time.  However, let me assure you, it was perfect just the way it was !  
Life is good, really good.  Wonderful actually !  
This morning for breakfast I made fresh peach and almond  clafoutis.  A perfect way to use the locally grown, fresh peaches we picked up at the market this week.   Now to sit on the porch before the scorching heat of the day arrives and sip my cappuccino ~
I have much more to write about later as a lot has been going on around here of late.

5 Comments:

Blogger aimee said...

Your clafoutis looks amazing--fresh peaches sound so good this morning! We won't see any local ones any for quite awhile...
I really love how you eat outside in the morning. This is something I would love to do--after it warms up here a bit.
Blessings,
Aimee

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Blogger Patty said...

heavens no Liz Rose, None of them see their upbringing as harsh. We had so much fun, Irish Step dance, 4 H, getting to raise the animals they wanted. They had free choice too. No one stood over them and MADE them dress plain. Nothing harsh about our life. Our life isn't filled with regrets for the few years we lived a "plain" life and now we have ALL walked away from it. Our son and daughter in law are in a less conservative Mennonite church and the rest of us are just living the way we want to. Not too sure why you assume our life was harsh. It never was and maybe because we were not raised plain, we never fit in completely and that is why we left. Surly you can tell by the photos of the last 8 years, we all march to our own drumbeat, with no judgement on how anyone chooses to live.

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