Saturday, April 28, 2012

Morning's Rite of Comfort and Warmth

It is sunny here this morning for a change, but the temperature is below zero, and the burgeoning buds of springtime have folded up or fallen away prematurely.
Drastic measures are called for, and who says I can't have a Florentine or three with my morning cup of French Roast anyway? The combination is sublime.

6 comments:

sandy said...

Wish I had one, or two, or three! They look delicious.

Kiki said...

absolutely! in mho Florentines go with ANYTHING.... :) Bon app├ętit!

If it's any consolation to you, we have lost some 400 camellia and azalee blooms in one morning when cold winds tore them off their branches. Never in my 4 years here have I had so little flowers on my shrubs and bushes.... Hopefully they will do better next year!

the wild magnolia said...

not me, i would never say that.

a make me hungry photo.

((hugs))

Mystic Meandering said...

Maybe that should be "morning rights":) You have a "right" to comfort and warmth - especially under those drastic conditions. :) Yum. They look delicious! Below Zero!!!???

Cindy said...

You do what you've got to do!

Kameshwari said...

The Florentines look wonderful.

At a gardening seminar, the presenter said that the freak winter storms and frosts are nature's way of pruning. I like to think that is for old growth trees, not for our fragile domestic gardens.

I need Florentines and a beautiful cup of coffee.