December 23, 2007

French Full Moon



Winter.Solstice.French.Full.Moon

This darkest night,
too bright with hope,
leads lightly toward
a
New Year
of good Food, Friends
& Family.


For 2008,
a Pantry full of New Ideas,
a Book of French Fairy Tales,
and a Welcoming French Kitchen
at the Relais de Camont.








6 comments:

winedeb said...

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas Kate!
My best,
Deb:)

Christine said...

Lovely photo and sentiments, Kate. Merry Christmas to you.

Linda said...

Happy Holidays and I love that photo. It makes me realize that I need to get outside more, especially after the sun has set.

Betty C. said...

What a beautiful photo -- happy holidays! And believe it or not, I haven't forgotten your meme! I hope to get to it over the vacation...

Kate Hill said...

Best wishes to all,
Linda - one of the very nicest things about living on a boat (think singlewide trailer!)is how much time I spend outside, at night, even in winter. Between walks with Bacon and keeping an eye on the weather, I always know here my moon is... now hidden under a thick layer of fog.

Val said...

Dear Kate,
I hope you and Bacon had a wonderful holiday! Thank you for opening your home, hearth and hillsides to us to kick off our holiday season! We have celebrated with all of our fabulous French finds from the market and surrounds. Now that we are one hour into the New Year I wanted to wish you good health, much happiness and laughter and of course love in 2008! I will look forward to visiting again to experience Agen and Camont's seasonal variations.
Best to you Kate, Val