Good Friday morning, my friends! You know, when Steve approached me with the idea of moving yet again last summer, I must admit, I had some reservations. In almost thirty years of marriage, however, he has yet to steer me wrong. This is what he told me I would enjoy. And he was right. I am blessed to wake up to this view every single morning. So, good on you, Steve! (I know he reads here.)
Early morning walks around here are pretty sweet too. But, I promised photos of food, and I shall deliver! First up, our first hamburgers on the grill of the season. This is Madison's plate because I eat my burgers totally plain. Seriously. And a photo of that would be boring.
Peyton baked a blueberry crumb pie for dessert this week. And it was amazing! In between all that, I tried to eat some healthy things because it's all about balance. So I've heard.
That was our week here. This weekend will be lovely one day and stormy and cool the next. I cannot believe it is the last weekend of the month! That means we have our saintly meal on Sunday. March celebrates St. Joseph, and the meal is "A Hearty Italian" one! We will attempt to make Lentil and Rice Soup, Pasta in Tomato Sauce, Bread Crosses, and Struffoli or Honey Balls. I will share pictures on Monday.
That is all from windy Pennsylvania, my friends. Have a wonderful weekend. Thanks for visiting!
Looks so lovely there! Oh my - I also eat my burgers totally plain - but that one does look delish! Have a wonderful weekend! Weather similar in Nebraska, but hoping for sunshine and warmer temps next week!ReplyDelete
I’m glad your enjoying the new house, and everything looks delicious! I miss you!ReplyDelete
Yes, this is a beautiful view!!!! He lived in that area, at some times, in his childhood, I think I remember. And thus, he knew, it is a lovely place to live. -smile-ReplyDelete
Stormy/windy here too, up a wee bit to the north and east.
What a beautiful view!ReplyDelete
That view is stunning. Plain like with no cheese even? And please please ask Peyton to share the blueberry pie recipe if she's willing!!ReplyDelete
Your Steve certainly was right in his choice of such a peaceful, beautiful location! And all of your food photos are making me hungry--it all looks great, but Peyton's pie has me wanting a piece. Happy weekend to you!ReplyDelete
You do live in a beautiful place! Every time I have been to Pennsylvania, I am so impressed with how green and beautiful it is! Your food all looks so great and has motivated me to get started on dinner! Have a good weekend and I will see you again soon.ReplyDelete
That view is stunning! And the food is stunning too!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh that burger, well all the delicious food really! I can't come here hungry and look at your posts because now all I want to do is order up some fast food ;)ReplyDelete
Your view is absolutely stunning. Kudos to your husband!ReplyDelete
That view is stunning and well worth the move. That meal sounds delicious, hope you take photos and share with us. I am now fancying a beefburger. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Big smiles...I am so jealous of your view, grin. Have a beautiful weekend, friend.ReplyDelete
I think you live in a beautiful setting from what I have seen in your photos. We live in the mountains of PA but I think having a lake outside my door would make me very happy! Have a blessed Easter.💖ReplyDelete
Hello dear Friend. Your spot is so beautiful! And I think I may get my grill out this week! I'm so excited for that first grilled meal of the season. 😍 That burger and pie literally had me salivating. And the saints meal coming up sounds amazing!! Blessings. 💗ReplyDelete
I am wondering if you are talking about St. Joseph, Mary's husband? He is my beloved Saint, and I often talk to him. The food looks delicious, and you make simple eggs and toast look scrumptious. Oh, Peyton's blueberry crumb pie looks amazing! Yes, Steve did good moving you there, the view is incredible, and the walk in the woods sounds peaceful. That burger looks so Yummy, and I was going to make burgers tonight! I noticed your yellow tea cup - that is so delicate and lovely, Billie. Jo. You have a beautiful sense of love and care for your family, my friend.ReplyDelete