Sunday, March 15, 2009

What a great day!

We started with a visit to Loring Park -- we drove so Chesty could come with us.

We spent a little time at the dog park.
Came home -- I lost at Scrabble unfortunately but then we spent a little time out on the deck.

Keith grilled kabobs while I cooked some jasmine rice. Just perfect!
Time to eat!

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15 comments:

jan said...

Mmm mmm making me feel bit peckish.
It was a great day here too, played in the garden with GD. jan in uk

YankeeQuilter said...

That doggie park is so cute...don't have anything like that around here. We had much needed rain here in Georgia...have to wait a few more weeks until we set up the grill!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Lucky you to be so near Loring Park for walking.

karenfae said...

what was the temperature? you still have snow on the ground and you are grilling :) I can never do that until it gets warm
Karen
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heather fish said...

Those kabobs look delish! It looks so beautiful where you live. You sure are hardy folk, though, grilling out with snow on the ground!

tami said...

Looks like a very enjoyable day. Spring is coming. :D

Anonymous said...

BBQing is a year round pastime in Canada---especially as winter seems to be lasting year round this year--nothing can beat a home cooked burger in the snow!
Marilyn in Nakusp

Lara said...

Hi, Mary!
I love your BBQ!
After this long and cold winter here in Germany, I bought the first spring-flowers for my balcony on saturday and by-and-by you can see all around in the country: spring is coming!!!
Give Chesty a big hug from me.
Lara

Clare said...

I can't believe you're having a BBQ and there is snow on the ground! I want a gas one! We'e only got the charcoal ones.

rosewillow.org said...

I love that photo of your husband holding your dog. That is just the sweetest thing. Glad you had a nice day. :-) Dianne B. in England

*karendianne. said...

What a great day! yummy dinner.

Nanci said...

Mary, we Canadians talk of the weather all the time, I do mean all the time. When spring comes to those of us in the north, we go out, take photos, talk to people of the weather that day and just feel so good. You could be a Canadian!

meggie said...

Chesty looks happy to be having a 'family day'. Nice food, making me hungry!

Darcie said...

Mmm...makes me hungry!

Is that a green plant I'm seeing behind you?!?! Wow...Spring!

Andrew said...

Really amazing photos..

Thanks for sharing....
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