Saturday, January 7, 2012

Fresh Lettuce and Old Baskets

Hello, and welcome to the new year! I predict nothing but good things for 2012. We are starting the year off right by eating a little healthier around our house. Fresh lettuce from our garden picked in a basket I made about 30 years ago. Also a pretty turnip root, sweet as candy.

Turkey pizza with lowfat cheese. Not too bad for you!

I just bought this new jelly roll designed by Fig Tree and Co. at
Lovely colors. I'm commited to sewing a quilt top in 2012.

And this wonderful book "Super- Cute Felt" by Laura Howard at   And I bought some felt too, so I have to make some of her cute things!!

Our new cookbook for 2012.

If I can just keep my nose out of the Murder Mysteries long enough!!

Remember, if you want to have fun, you have to make it yourself. Stop waiting for someone else to make it happen.

Have a HAPPY HAPPY  2012!


Shirley Hatfield said...

What a charming blog you have! Thank you so much for following Zetta's Aprons. I'm so glad to meet a new blogger. I too love books...mysteries the most. I have to admit, though, I haven't read as much since I started blogging. =D

mississippi artist said...

Looks like some great books! We are eating fresh lettuce , broccoli,brussel sprouts,cabbage and spinach from our garden. There is nothing like fresh vegetables and I think I appreciate them more in winter.

Jane said...

A lovely post! I love your optimism - the Lao Tzu quote is a fantastic mindset to live by. The colours in your jelly roll look good enough to eat :)

A Seasonal Cook in Turkey said...

Hi Hensrule! Thank you for popping by my blog! I am Down Under right now but have just had a quick look at your blog! I am a great reader too and married the same length of time as you!! I'll be back!

Kathleen said...

Hello Dorothy!
Happy 2012!
How nice to have fresh veggies at this time of year!
I loved the book tree in the library.
Thanks so much for following me!

Little Susie Home Maker said...

Yes, looks like you are off to a good start for 2012! I want to try more healthy recipes, as well! One pot cooking is great! I love the jelly roll, looks like fun!

Ames said...

Hi Dorothy. I could just bury my face in the yummy turkey pizza. I'm on a diet and you are making me really hungry. Just popped over to say thanks for joining my blog and welcome. I am also your newest follower too. ~Ames

Pernille said...

Hello Dorthy!
Thanks for joining Pernilles blog. You are som much welcome. I'm Pernilles "mom", and I really like to see the creativity in your blog.
We live in the middle of Norway. And "we" are, me and my boyfriend, and Pernille, who came to us in December.
I like to write short stories about Pernille, so then we started blogging. And "dad" is the one behind the camera.
Wish you a nice weekend.
Greetings from Norway and "mom".

Becky~ said...

Thanks for visiting today.Its always nice seeing a new friend.

Happy weekend,Blessings!

Betsy said...

Those look like some great books! I want to do more with felt--it seems like it would be pretty easy to work with, so it's right up my alley!