Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Winter still life


I popped in to visit a friend last week and she made me the most delicious coffee with chocolate soy milk in it. Wow. She had run out of milk and this was the substitution, really good. Tasted like an exotic cafe latte mocha something or other:) Her windowsill looked so pretty in the winter light that I had to snap a photo.

I've been nominated for three awards in the last week! Thanks to Chichibouli, Biddy Brain and Four Dog Day. I find that they take a lot of time to do that I just don't have so I will graciously say thank you and I really appreciate it:)

Yesterday was quite the day. Time to get back to work:)
I am working on some new little things for my shop. Will keep you posted:)

Cheers

11 comments:

Paris said...

Stunning and vibrant photo. Is that your artwork and photography to the side? It's awesome!

Tee said...

I love this! (which could be said about just about everything you paint or photograph).. but this is definitely a favorite.

Sherrlyn Borkgren said...

HI I came to your site via the wonderful flower blog and see you are an artist .Wonderful pictures, great windowsill and your whole site rocks.
Sherrlyn Borkgren Photography

Kathy said...

Love the photo....yummy!

Sheila said...

Really beautiful photo.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Shelagh

That is a pretty window sill photo!
Congrats on all the awards -- you deserve them!
I still have my eye on the Cheshire cat ;-)

Hugs, Pat

Uncommon Depth said...

You'd almost never know it was winter outside that window. It's so very cheerful!

get zapped said...

A beautifully colorful photo. Just what we need during the dark of winter.

susanna said...

Congratulations on winning those awards! That's happy news! :) And I want one of those blood oranges on your friend's windowsil. So fresh! Mmmm!

Laume said...

I have mild (at least I think mild, I don't know what to compare it to) allergies to milk, so I use soy in my coffee as often as possible. Now regular milk tastes "flat" to me. I like the nutty, richer flavor of the soy with both my coffee and tea.

Joyful Reverie said...

this sure is a pretty window. Love the fruit and vegetable arrangements. Chocolate soy milk is really tasty on its own too! I love it! But making coffee with it sounds delish, must try it!