Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Corner View - January



In January of the New Year, 2012


I ate bread loaves bigger than my head.


Found this soft face gazing at me when I rolled out of bed.


Saw snowfall on the Sierra Nevadas.


It's already a new NEW YEAR.  Gung Hee Fat Choy!  (It's the year of the Dragon.  Any Dragons out there?)  Now, where has that month of January gone already?!  There's only one week of it left!

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17 comments:

  1. good lordy... big bread! but i do like the blooming scheme/schedule. my ex does that, for the few blooms we're having.
    still.
    snowdrops abundant down here!
    and that soft, sweet, furry face... so alluring.
    x
    n♥

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  2. I'm a dragon (not a wolf though) so this should be a good year for me? I hope so, the last two haven't been that great! Lovely view of the mountains. X rusty

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  3. I love the blooming schedule!

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  4. A wonderful post and cute, for the month of January!! xo

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  5. Purrrrfect and nice january as it seems! Best wishes from a Tiger!

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  6. Yes, the January went by really fast. It is almost at an end. To know that spring is coming soon - which is nice.
    The bread looks delicious, and beautiful views of the mountains.

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  7. Great post...love your pictures. Sounds like it's already been a busy year!

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  8. If it is Chinese new year, does that mean that I get to try my new year's resolutions again? They didn't stick the first time.

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  9. That bread looks delicious. I can't keep things like that in my house because I will eat the whole thing in one sitting!

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  10. Various and very nice pictures of january... especially the Sierra Navada!

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  11. I like your description for the size of your bread! :)

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  12. how nice to log the neighborhood flowers ... and from your walk posts their seem to be quite many flowers :)

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  13. Funny, recently I re-discoved bread, and I have also been eating bread the size of my head, giving my b-hind an bit of weight as well. CARBoS!

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  14. the bread looks yammie!!
    and the snow mountains are breathtaking...it must be great to see them like that
    and i just love cats!! this one looks so cute!

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  15. LOve the blooming schedule... and am always a fan of good bread!

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  16. no dragons... I'm a pig, ha ha.

    (proper blooming, I thought that was soft swearing for a sec... ;)

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