Letters from a Hill Farm
Fun! And now I'm hungry for a big breakfast :)
Isn't it a great song, Mary?!
How fabulous is this???? I am such a folky and I just loved this performance.Hummm, I may have to buy potatoes today. LOL.
I love his music, Beth. I wrote a little about the album this song comes from here:http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2008/01/todays-cdsnap.html
Thanks Nan. I listened to this while I was cooking my cranberry sauce. I'm off to my sister's shortly where the family will be gathering to feast on the birds she is preparing. Made the pumpkin pies with her at my mom's yesterday.
What fun! Love the folksy sound of it. But now I'm thinking breakfast thoughts :)
Happy Thanksgiving Heather and Belle! As for me, I could pretty much eat breakfast all the time. My favorite foods.
that's great! love the music.
Very catchy song but I know it's going to stick in my head for a while. Now all I want is eggs over easy, hash browns and toast!
Wonderful song and singing! We often eat breakfast for lunch or dinner.
That is fun!
Yummmm. I want some eggs over easy and hash browns. I wonder how many points that is. Hmmmmm.
Marie, it is a fun song. He's a great artist.Margot, you could buy the album! It's called Snap:http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2008/01/todays-cdsnap.htmlPenny, my fave meal by far.Sheila, it sure is.Lisa, the points don't count 'cause it's a holiday weekend.
This was a nice accompaniment to visiting Weekend Cooking posts -- thanks!
Joy Weese Moll, I just love thinking of you doing this!
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