Thursday, February 11, 2010

Winter Wonderland . . .

I spent the night with Mother last night... and woke up to WONDER! (Unfortunately the pictures I took from her breakfast nook didn't look very good... so you'll just have to imagine the beauty in her backyard...(Ah, but your imagination can't do it justice. Mmm.)

On the way home I was in heaven. I had the Spa music station on ....which, of course, helped make everything look even more beautiful.

When I got home I took those above pics. Well, now more snow has fallen. I guess more pictures might be in order.

Oh my. What a great day to be cozy at home.

I can't eat a lot, though, which is easy to do when you're at home, cozy and snug, and the Munchies hit.

You see, I ate enough calories yesterday to last me the rest of the week.
I had an awesome little reunion with former LoneStar gals, Heather and Erin... at Fresco's in Watauga...It was a great visit, ... and great food.
I had the brisket tacos. Oh, and Heather and I shared the tableside guacamole. Oh my.

(I can count on one finger how many times I haven't overeaten Mexican food.)

Life is fun.


sara [at] journey of doing said...

Loving the snow pictures... it's so beautiful! It's hard to believe that we woke up to such a beautiful winter wonderland!!!

And I can't count the times I haven't overeaten Mexican food... at all. ;)

Being Beth said...

You took some lovely photo's too, Nancy! You never over eat when we go to Gloria's -- but wait, I guess that's not officially Mexican food is it? You don't over eat El Salvadoran food. LOL

Nancy said...

Ha, I thought you might say that, Beth!! ... It's that we share a plate.... OTHERWISE, WATCH OUT!

laura said...

It IS a wonderland! We just built a snowman at Ryan's house that's taller than me. Fun day!

Elizabeth H. said...

Oh my goodness!!!! That is amazing snow!!

And I think overeating Mexican food is just a complete idea - "undereating Mexican food" is an oxymoron and should be considered blasphemy!

My hometown...

I am thinking of my hometown now. Mission, Texas. And McAllen, Texas. And Mercedes, Texas, where I was born. And Donna, Texas, so near there...