Wednesday, November 25, 2009


I'm an apron kind of gal and I just love this new primitive apron of mine. I purchased it from Birgit of "The Primitive Country Bug" during her wonderful Christmas Holiday Fair. The apron has wonderful large pockets, perfect for egg collecting. Speaking of eggs, my girls rewarded me this morning with nine lovely warm eggs. I immediately incorporated them into the pumpkin pie batter I was beating. Oh the wonderful rewards of chicken keeping. ( I do realize I may not be thinking that when we have four feet of snow on the ground and its twenty below outside.) But for now the aprons strings must be tied back on and off to the kitchen I go.
I do think there might be a glass of wine in my future, oh and lets hope the sun shines tomorrow.


A New England Life said...

Now see that's the part I wouldn't like about taking care of chickens, having to go out no matter what the weather. There are days when I don't want to step foot out the door for anything! I would suggest asking hubby to take care of the chickens when the weather is down right heinous.

What a lovely apron. With as many eggs as your collecting, pockets will certainly come in handy!

Happy Thanksgiving to you too Julie!


Gail said...

What a wonderful picture, makes memories resurface.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Rowan said...

I love your apron, I have a similar style one but not as pretty as yours. Enjoyed the photos in the last post, Gladys has a very expressive face:)

Rural Rambler said...

Love the picture Julie, I can see you with it on getting things going this Thanksgiving morning. Country Husband and I wish you and your family a lovely peaceful Thanksgiving!

I am sure there will be a glass of wine in my future this afternoon and some Thanksgiving noodles!!

Eve said...

Wish I was there to tie those strings for you Julie...You might even talk me into going out and getting your eggs in 3 feet of snow!! I think I owe you!! hahaha!