Friday, February 10, 2012

ten on ten - February 2012

the day


choosing an apron for the day

someone requested rice for breakfast

{and chicken but of the two all we had leftover from dinner last night was rice}

we colored together while listening to Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue"

{the music teacher in me coming out}

a very most favorite toy from our old neighbors

a peek into the nursery

{how long do I keep getting to call it that as I do like to}

there are some good classical stations in town

{no fake British accents}


a mid-day breakfast out with my husband

participating in Ten on Ten



mindy said...

I finally joined you! This always looks like fun, but I never think of it in time. I was finally caught up on my google reader and saw your reminder! Thanks:)

Jacky said...

Those strawberries look delicious. SO jealous! Gorgeous pictures of the mountains! :)

Lori said...

Ha.. I love the "no fake british accents". That must be on our Dallas station :)

Kori said...

You know people used to keep kids in the nursery until puberty or something!(think Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Europe and nannies)
What a fun day. Love the Gershwin part. I am FINALLY purposely adding composers to our homeschool - with the help of Aunt Kim and her extreme musical talent and encouragement. (My kids' Aunt Kim, not your Aunt Kim!) We are getting together every other Friday for music. Last semester we studied the orchestra, instruments, went to the symphony, etc. Yesterday we began composers with Palestrina (church composer, 16th century, master of counterpoint and polyphonic music - I learned a lot!). We will be going through composers in chronological order hitting the majors and a few minors. :-) We're excited! Sorry for the length. :-)

Jenni said...

love that you chose an apron for the you do that every day?

the girl said...

I have been looking for one of those toys where the shapes go in... And those blocks that go together. And I'm planning on keeping my nursery forever. :)

Karen Gibson said...

I felt sorry for the poor little reindeer lying on the nursery floor.

petiteleit said...

Hi - just popping by (via A little Bit of Sunshine).

I love your photos. They're so bright and vivid. I'm jealous of your strawberries! And your view of the mountains!

Thanks for sharing your day! (Hmm - I think that's enough exclamation marks for now :) )

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