Sunday, March 24, 2013

Sunday Stroll

Started the day in Chicago visiting my baby brother. Went there to celebrate my twin nieces 5th birthday...
Lake Michigan

And ended my day back home to March going out like a lion...

Sharing this for Aisling's Sunday Stroll xx
Herbal and Honey Hugs to all who visit Comfrey Cottages xx

10 comments:

wildcraft diva said...

Talk about from one extreme to another!
I was picking violets and taking photos of spring flowers on Saturday (15°C) and this morning it's freezing again with snow forecast!! Back to the still room book?

Anke said...

By now I think everybody is ready for some warmer temps and some sunshine. Is the snow supposed to stick around in your area?

lemonverbenalady said...

And you just had to share the snow with us? I forgive you, CC. Glad you were having fun with family! xxoo LVL

Bridget said...

Best meal I ever had was in Chicago at Gabriel Cousins raw food restaurant.
Bridget x.

Comfrey Cottages said...

Your weather sounds as fluctuating as ours, wd! xx

It is suppose to warm up this weekend, Anke, so hopefully will disappear then xx

thanks nancy xoxo

I will remember to look for that restaurant, Bridget! xx

Aisling said...

Thanks for posting your Sunday Stroll photos. We are having our own ups and downs in weather.

Last week my photos wouldn't upload and I could barely maintain an internet connection to try! I am not posting a stroll this week due to the holiday and company coming (I should be cooking now, but wanted a cup of coffee and a little "down time" first!) :)

Comfrey Cottages said...

I am so behind in the internet world, Aisling.. my hubby has been sick! Hope to be catching up with you now xx

Aisling said...

You've been quiet. Hope all is well!

Tod wilson said...

Thanks for posting your Sunday Stroll photos.

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