August 30, 2010

sometimes it's all about the food

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And this just happens to be one of those times.

1 ] Avocado by Christina Hess
2 ] Cupcake and Dragonfly by Art by Delilah
3 ] Kitchen Artichokes by Erin Reynolds Photography
4 ] Eggcellent by Nature and Urbs
5 ] Georgia Peaches by Stephen Thurston
6 ] Sliced Lemon by Painted Postcard

This past weekend, our dear friends took their only son far, far away for his first year of college. MY boys had gone on a weekend biking excursion so it was up to the ladies of the house to entertain and stop the commotion. We cried, "What ever shall we do to stop their crying and whining and moaning?" The answer?

Laughter and food.

And lots of it.

It worked.

How do you calm a broken heart?

(p.s. please take a moment to answer the question at the top, right of this page)


  1. a run.... a good hard run! Cheesecake doesn't hurt either ;)

  2. Love those photos/art of the food!

  3. Thank you again for showing my artwork this is such a wonderful blog.

  4. I love that artichoke photo! Food and laughter (and a good glass of wine, and music, and time to relax and sleep) are definitely good for a broken heart. :)

  5. Food! Friends with whom you can truly be yourself. Singing, loving a dog, dancing all by yourself or with the dog.
    the Mistress of Corgi Manor
    Madame Perry's Salon

  6. Thanks for including one of my picture in your lovely selection :)

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  8. It always comes down to food!!

    Answer to your question: You (your blog) is inspiring, though provoking, creative and always good for a hoot or two!

  9. Thank you so much for the sweet compliment, Debi.

  10. oh yes, laughter and food are great for broken hearts.
    sweets and desserts especially. ;)


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