Coffee on the Porch

This morning was a gift. Sunny and sixty, I spend spent an unusual November morning on the porch with my coffee soaking up vitamin D. It’s been more than a month since I had a full day off to enjoy just being. To be able to spend it on the porch this time of year – bliss.

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This time last year We’d had at least one snow storm. I’m feeling blessed today.

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My garden has suffered from my busy schedule this year so I thoroughly enjoyed the time spent cleaning up a couple of beds for garlic that I hope to plant tomorrow.

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I went on a guilt-free walk with Gidget knowing that I didn’t have to race back to my office when we got home.

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So we chased a few leaves.

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And chased a few ducks before heading back to the porch.

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2 Responses to Coffee on the Porch

  1. Diane says:

    I believe that dear Gidget is getting really comfortable about you taking her photo–she is even posing in these and it is sooo cute!!
    smiles, di

  2. Susanne says:

    Gidget is so adorable and aptly named!

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