What's a Girl To Do?

The weather forecast was for highs of 25, blizzard like winds and light snow on and off throughout the day.  Hmmm...what's a girl to do on a day like today when she did all her housework yesterday?

What is a girl to do?

Hearing the Pres snore as I sipped my coffee I got to thinking.  I figured out that each season has 13 weeks (give or take a week).  Hmmm...my mind took one more step...I'll need about 13 barns per season to make it for another year on "Barn Charm", I thought.  

Once the Pres was up and we talked about the bitter cold winds that were visiting today, I asked if he felt like taking a ride explaining my logic.

Swallowing his orange juice and then putting on his boots, we were off...the four of us...me, the Pres, Moon and Copper!

  Our plan was to look for barns after we stopped for breakfast at a little place in Ashford our friends introduced us to.  Called the "Wooden Spoon," when the door is opened, the aroma of pancakes, maple syrup, bacon, sausage, eggs and buttery rye toast fill your nostrils!

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EG CameraGirl said…
Sounds like fun - a road trip to find 13 barns. :)
Bee Lady said…
The things we do for blogs!!!
What a fun outing. And I love restaurants like that. They are the best.

Cindy Bee
Jeanne said…
Looks like a fun outing, and isn't it wonderful to have a husband who is willing to share these wild adventures. Hope you got your shots!, but either way, a day to remember
Unknown said…
We are supposed to get seriously dumped on with freezing rain/ice, sleet and snow today.
I just love a good breakfast place like this one. One of these days if I'm in the Ashford area I'll have to give it a try!

Anonymous said…
Uh oh..sidetracked...lol.
TexWisGirl said…
family road trip! love it!
Gail said…
How nice. My hubby flies by something and says, oh, did you want a picture of that?
Candy C. said…
What fun, a barn finding mission!! The Wooden Spoon sounds like my kinda place for breakfast, YUM!! :)
Ann said…
sounds like a good way to spend the day. I would never be able to talk Wade into doing something like that.
I love restaurants like this one. Nothing like walking in the door to those smells. Basic plates, basic silverware, basic glassware, and great breakfast!

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