Friday, January 16, 2009

Random Photos #2

Olivia ...when she woke up yesterday morning. MAJOR Bedhead!! And she's such a ham - she'll pose for the camera anytime!

...and a bowl of Brillo Man's homemade soup for lunch - served up in my new ten cent soup mug from The Good Shepherd Mission.

It just doesn't get any better than this! Delicious, hot, soup (made with love!) by my King of Soup...on a cold, cold day! Warmed me to the core - in more ways than one!


Becky said...


Char said...

Sounds great! Wish I lived closer!!

byhisgracealone said...

she is such a cutey...and the soup looks yummy


Trish said...

You are blessed!

Pat said...

Love your random photos. The soup looks so good, I'd have a cup of hot chocolate after for dessert...Love that chocolate you sent!!

Mrs. Mac said...

Just wait until Olivia is a teen. She most likely won't be such a ham ;)

Something about teenage girls' mothers posting messy hair pictures on their blogs does something to them. I'm just a saying (lol)

Your soup mug is a treasure. It's very retro and makes good 'art' .

Hugs from the balmy North Woods (27F)

Margie said...

That soup looks so good, I am FREEZING!!!!

Louise said...

Beauty of a child and I really like the soup bowl. That is my kind of shopping!

Terry said...

Dear Deb,
I made a pot of soup today to warm Bernie and me up, but it sure didn't look as good as this!
I am a little bit of a snob.
I like my tea in a nice china cup and I like my soup in cute soup bowls like this!!
Soup tastes a whole lot better! ..Love Terry

Constance said...

It's good to be catching up. I enjoyed your post about Manuel! We might never know this side of heaven how we have made a difference in someone else's life! I am reminded of that song,
"Thank You For Giving To The Lord" by Ray Bolz (?) He echoes that same sentiment.

Umm... soup! I made White Chicken Chili the other day and it was scrumptious!! Olivia is a real cutie!

Enjoy your weekend!

Constance said...

Oh yeah, the glassware. I went to the Antique Mall with my best friend Brenda while they were down after Christmas and found a couple of nice bargains! I am like you and hate to spend a lot of money. I found an amber relish dish for $2 that matches the green one I found for $3 a couple of years ago. Then I found a tiny clear glass dish that could be from the same set, it only cost me $1!

So far though, my greatest find yet is a beautiful, hand-painted oval, serving dish with a tiny flake chip on the underneath side, invisible to the eye, that I got for $3! Here comes the best part, it actually says,
"Occupied Japan"
on it! Like you, I use this stuff rather than have to dust it!

Felisol said...

Olivia is perfect.
So is the cup of soup.
A really soup,soap, salvation post.
From Felisol