Friday, 21 September 2012 | 15 comments
Happy equinox. (Photo from our woods, this morning.)
That’s a beautiful beautiful photograph. Happy equinox to you too.
what a wonderful images..pure inspiration..
I love this picture so much. Utterly mystical :)
happy equinox! Dreamy photo.
You’ve captured a beautiful moment, Sarah! Living fully in the Now! Thank you for sharing!
wonderful! happy equinox to you too.
I feel called to the woods this time of year, and your photo is pure magic! Happy equinox
Happy happy. So lovely.
Glorious photo. The light is magical.
Um, yes, this sounds amazing!
But here’s my burning question — we get a dozen eggs each week from our CSA and that means I am eating a lot of fried/scrambled eggs. And my one deterrent is cleaning the pan. I’ve used every pan in our kitchen but non-stick or not, it still requires A Lot of soaking/scrubbing to get it clean.
Is there a homemaking tip I just don’t know about? My mom didn’t make a lot of eggs, so there could be.
I think you may have meant to leave this comment on the last post, lady :) But for me, the only trick is that you must. wash. pots and pans immediately. Non-stick is better for me, but I try so hard not to use teflon-covered pans for high-heat things, and I agree, it’s hard on the non-nonstick pans.
I want chickens.
Spent a good chunk of my morning on your site.Don’t do that very often,enjoyed my time here!!!
I just discovered your site and so happy I did! This is such a beautiful post.. What kind of chickens do you raise?
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