may contain traces of nuts
Clutter is a necessary part of the kitchen - well it is in my house anyway!
Clutter and kitchens are made for each other. I have a bunch of raffle tickets on my bench at the moment too.
Your kitchen poetry is lovely...and what a sweet little blue tea for two pot in yesterday's post. I LOVE the ritual of tea....just making a pot calms me down.
Very very pretty. (But where's the Gorgonzola?)
I love your practice skirt.Am wondering if you would care to answer some questions regarding Steiner education.
Sure. My email address is up there in my sidebar if you would like to contact me.Suse
HOUSEWORKYesterdayI beggedHis pardonIn that secretScentedGarden.ButWe both knewWhat was saidCleaned the kitchenAnd made the bed.The bed I madeI slept there too,The linen washedFor comfort true.I dreamedAnd plannedTo stop one day,But that same trueGot in the way.Raffle ticketsPrinted paperFamily photosLater, later,Kitchen counterHearth and homeCareless thankyouTime-rushed poem.Until one morning,On a screen,I saw beyondThe neat and clean.I saw A smiling womanIn a house Beside a tree,KnittingA tiny appleAnd posting itTo me.
Hmm. Your kitchen bench clutter gives poetry? I just get clutter.
I like this kitchen poetry idea... especially when Eleanor's involved. She adds poetic flare to your photos.PS- Do you mind if I take a large bite from one of those apples?
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