Friday, December 5, 2008

pretty stuff. tasty stuff. and Doritos.

It's lovely here today. The sun is out. There's a gentle breeze. It's around 70 degrees (that's Fahrenheit of course). It's also December. I can't get over the concept of it being summer here when it is winter in NH.

I thought it would be a good day to post a few pictures. I took the pictures of the paper daisies (pink and white) near Kalbarri when we went to check out all of the amazing wildflowers in September.

The orange poppies were given to me at church in Merredin in mid-October. They were part of a beautiful bouquet someone had picked from their garden. I loooove poppies. Ohh, and natural light...I love late afternoon natural light.

The last picture isn't flowers, but it is something to feast your eyes on. Literally. Haystacks are one of my favorite Aussie foods (errr...ok apparently this is not a strictly "Aussie" food, but I did eat it for the first time in Australia, does that count? No? ok. :)). Imagine a table full of bowls... bowls of chopped tomatoes, onions, scallions, corn, shredded carrots, lettuce, canned beets, shredded cheese, sour cream, either baked beans or chili (chili in this case) and Doritos. Yep, Doritos. Add or subtract ingredients to taste. Crush Doritos first if you wish. Pile on the toppings. Devour. Yum. :)

I hope at least one of the pics tickles your fancy. Enjoy!

wonderful = pretty stuff. tasty stuff. and Doritos.

1 comment:

Sara Sue Renee said...

lol. Haystacks are American! Don't relinquish that idea to the Aussies! It's an Adventist dish. =) My mom says she's been eating it since she was a kid. =)