8 thoughts on “2014 December In Pictures

  1. It looks like a very cosy December full of lovely warm colours 🙂 Our December was chaotic but fun – there’s never enough time to take photos in December I find!

  2. Aw Kiki!!! Thank you so much! I failed miserably last year at my 365, but I am back at it again! And personally, I think your work is fabulous! If you haven’t already, please visit her Dinner for (n)one page! It’s outstanding!!! Can’t wait to catch up!! Here is to a New Year of living! ❤ ❤ ❤

    1. Thank YOU very much, Kristen! And thanks for plugging my food blog *lol*

      I actually considered doing the 365 again this year but I know what I was like last year doing it – too fixated on the one pic per day and I felt the other photography stuff fell along the wayside… Maybe I’ll do the 52, we’ll see.

      I really do like your “just live” goal – I’ll just have to keep reminding myself of it, though…

      Good luck & all the best for 2015, Kristen!

  3. I like your December photos a lot–after all, for most of us in the Northern hemisphere, our lives are lived indoors at this time of year! I’m interested in the raclette–I’ve never had it and have always wanted to try it!

    1. Thank you, Kerry! I guess you’re right about our lives being lived indoors at this time of year – that puts a more positive spin on my neglecting to go outside often enough, too 🙂

      As for the raclette, I don’t own one because it would be just one more bulky household item to store, but I borrow my sister’s every now and then. It’s so versatile as you can really add anything you like to those little pans, as well as grill something on the hotplate on top. What I also love about it is that you fill a pan, put it underneath to heat up, and while it cooks you have time for catching up and good conversation; it almost seems as though the food takes second place. Which, of course it, doesn’t – not with me anyway 😀

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