So - here we go.
Day 1 - Morning:
This is a great picture of my son making me breakfast on Mother's Day. His help in the kitchen is a fairly regular occurrence, especially with breakfast so it's a great "morning" photo. He loves to crack the eggs, scramble the eggs, flip the pancakes, make toast, and pour his own chocolate milk. I maintain that one day the boy will know his way around a kitchen, a skill that will serve him later in life.
I am not a morning person, and neither is he. We both wake slowly and are groggy until the morning milk and coffee has been had.
Mornings around here, on the weekends in particular, are a slow graceful entrance to the day.
Day 2 - Empty
Hmmmm - empty. This is hard for me to write about. I'm not sure exactly what to say about empty. I could comment on the gas tank, because when it's empty, so is my wallet. But, I think I'll go a little more heartfelt for this photo. This is a picture of Jerry's last deployment to Iraq. When he is gone, my house feels empty. CJ and I do our very best to fill the void, but there are just times when we need Daddy to be home. I know.
Day 3 - On your plate (I'm taking this literal rather than figurative)
I should have taken a photo of breakfast this morning. I recently blogged about eating better and we took that step today. But, instead I'll have to rely on the internet for a good picture of what I prefer to see on my plate because shockingly I don't have a single photo of food anywhere in my possession. You'd think I would. I know I took a picture of my absolute favorite salad awhile back, but I can't seem to locate it today.
This is Roquefort Pear Salad ala Cresta (I changed a few ingredients).