Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Snow and Poinsettias


Only a photo today, because there's just too much to do.

5 comments:

The Garden Ms. S said...

Lovely photo! Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas. :)

Martin Langeland said...

That sausage of yours is wonderful! Thanks so much. Happy Solstice et al
--ml

Mary Soderstrom said...

Thank you for your good wishes. And Martin, so glad you like potato sausage. We're gearing up here to make it tomorrow.

lagatta à montréal said...

Here is a heartening "Mary Christmas" story: http://www.ruefrontenac.com/spectacles/tv/15569-magie-noel-src

Though I don't understand why the other workers' jobs couldn't also be saved. If I recall they are younger and would logically find it easier to get another job, but still...

I remember this lady (from inevitable freelance stuff at SRC/CBC, less secure less)... She is very sweet and competent.

The potato sausage looks delicious and I'll definitely make it sometime. Hmm, wonder if fresh ginger would work?

Lutefisk not so much. So many more appealing fishy things from Scandinavia.

lagatta à montréal said...

Here is a heartening "Mary Christmas" story: http://www.ruefrontenac.com/spectacles/tv/15569-magie-noel-src

Though I don't understand why the other workers' jobs couldn't also be saved. If I recall they are younger and would logically find it easier to get another job, but still...

I remember this lady (from inevitable freelance stuff at SRC/CBC, less secure less)... She is very sweet and competent.

The potato sausage looks delicious and I'll definitely make it sometime. Hmm, wonder if fresh ginger would work?

Lutefisk not so much. So many more appealing fishy things from Scandinavia.