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Our Everyday Life

September 10, 2011



Happy Saturday!  A few photos of a typical day here at Cobble Hill.


A loaf of Oatmeal - Honey Bread mixing in the kitchen


Jackson {above} and Caity Bug {below} sleeping on our bed



"What's for dessert?"  asked by Jay.....so I whip up an Apple Cream Cake {photo is before it's baked - see all that luscious cream on top???}


More work to do on the deck


The chickens begging {which quickly turns to demanding} to go out


Fall lettuce coming up


A bunny has been back in my cabbage patch!  Apparently there's good bugs for spiders there too


My hanging flower baskets are loving a break from the heat and humidity


 The last of the beautiful blooms


All this makes for an exhausting Saturday!





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