Although Mabel was a wealthy New York heiress born in 1879, we do share this: We both came to New Mexico with rather cavalier attitudes about it.
They always begin every meal, every cake, every dish, with the very best ingredients available. They never scrimp because of costs, and this is just one of the many ways the Sugar Nymphs shine above so many others.
There was something extra special about the market yesterday. Companionably cold and crisp, everyone was bundled up against this new nip in the air.
The other day Anna and I decided we just had to get away, so we headed to our favorite restaurant in Taos, The Trading Post Cafe and of course it was spectacular.
As the house settled into itself, bathed in light and peace–I realized it was exactly the kind of morning I’d envisioned for myself all those years ago when I “left it all behind.” The kind of morning I wish for all of us.
So I was just starting to get to know my new neighbors when three more new-comers came along. They took up residence in the pasture just to the east of my land.
This is the first post I’ve published entirely on my own! I’m tasting the power and playing with this new-found ability to publish in real time. I want to start using the blog more as I’ve been using the facebook page.