Got recipes to share coming out of my lugs. But it’s early January and the days are dark and my energy levels are low. Not feeling terribly perky or particularly communicative but, oddly, I am not hating this state of affairs. In hibernation mode, I think. With another week off work, a dog to walk and cuddle, books to read and bread to perfect, hibernation is ok with me right now.
Enjoy your hibernation! It is good for the soul!
The bread looks delicious, Marco looks very cuddly and the view of the loch (or firth…not sure) is beautiful. Enjoy your hibernation!
I echo all the above comments. Enjoy!
Hibernation I wish, so I wish. Happy New Year, Wendy, David, and dear boy Marco. : }
Your photos are always so beautiful and uplifting – thank you!
Enjoy the hibernation-Happy New year.
It sounds like heaven. Such beautiful photos!
Bread looks fairly good to me already ! Enjoy your burrowing-in time …..
Your photos, as always, are stunning. And they more than make up for the absence of a recipe. Enjoy your down time!
Hibernation is my favorite time of year! Your last photo is beautiful, where was that taken? Being from Texas I am unfamiliar with the area.
I think I always make the exact same comment, but I love your pictures! They’re absolutely wonderful!
Stunning photos, my friend…and I can totally relate to your hibernation mode! There’s some love for you over at my place ;D
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Hibernating sounds a good plan right now, also those photos are lovely – I really like the light and shadow in the one of the lamp shade.
Oooh sounds lovely. What are you reading?
Thank you all! Still in hibernation mode but back at work. The two aren’t a great match. 🙂
Mariyln – These are taken just outside Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The body of water is the Beauly Firth. A long way from Texas!
T – Thank you, my dear! Very much appreciated. xx
DM – Recently I’ve read “Room” by Emily Donoghue, “The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon, “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett and “The Loch of the Green Corrie” by Andrew Grieg. Am now reading “Moon Tiger” by Penelope Lively and have ordered “The Glass Castle” for my next book. Any recommendations are always gratefully received!