Tuesday, January 6, 2015


To say it has been cold would be an understatement:(

So I did....

My aunt gave me an avocado chocolate pudding recipe.
I have to say it is pretty good. Let me know if you are interested in the recipe.

I have gotten lots of new magazines in the past few days.
I am waiting for my primitive linen 
so that I can get going on my rug. So for now I will snuggle under the covers and read magazines.
Stay warm!
Winter is nature’s way of saying, "Up yours." ~Robert Byrne


WoolenSails said...

It is cold and too cold for me to go out.
Tonight there is clear sky and stars and snow falling.


Kim said...

Mmmm, I haven't had pudding in a long time but not really a fan of avocados. I might make it "old school"
Wasn't Downton "hot" this week? That's probably the most sparks Lady Edith has ever had in the bedroom. LOL

Nellie said...

I love the cartoon! I am a Lifetime Weight Watcher!:-) Sounds like you have a good plan for your frigid weather! xo

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, I like the cartoon too, so cold here. The pudding looks so yummy, always good to have reading material. Keep Cozy, Francine.

Julia said...

You're right about the cold, here I can't even shake cause I'm frozen solid, hahaha.

I love avocados and make lots of Guacamole in the summer. I never had it in a pudding before. I can eat avocados in a number of way, I like them in salads or just plain. It's such a healthy food. I might like to try the recipe if it uses cocoa.

You have lots of magazines to read while hibernating.
We're one day closer to Spring.


yaya said...

It's bitter cold here too! I'm hoping for some new magazines to arrive soon. Since I'm being held prisoner here I have plenty of time to read them! I'm looking forward to the heat wave coming on Sunday..maybe 30de!

Rugs and Pugs said...

I just love magazines but I can't keep up with them!
I hope your linen arrived today so you can get busy on your/my Maggie pattern. I need to get off this machine and go hook :)
I am officially tired of winter and I bet it's lots worse in NH!
Hugs :)