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March in my Corner of the World

Well, March in Manitoba still means lots of snow! In fact, this is some of the best snow of e entire winter for making snowmen and snow forts.


Please check out what March is likes round the world by going to Mikki’s blog next!

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I can’t believe all the snow around the country this week! I love how color pops out from the white snow. Looks like she is having fun!

Oh my gosh! That’s a ton of snow!!! Hope you start to dig out soon <3

Heather Richard

fun!! My kids would love to do this. We hardly ever get snow.

Awesome snow fort! Winnipeg did have a ton of snow, hope it melts soon so you can get on with spring.

That is so cool! I’ve heard that snow “caves” like that are actually pretty insulated and can keep you warm. Is it true?

Now that is a lot of snow! Love the colours here and it looks so much fun! Let’s hope spring arrives for us both soon.

What a great snow fort! I know our little one would play for hours in something so magical!

52 in 2013 | Week 11

In honor of St. Patty’s day, not only is our theme for the week “green”, but my photo is of a couple of newly sprouted Shamrocks.

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Wow, they posed perfectly for you! :D Nice how you captured the light in them.

WOW!!! This is stunning!

Nikki R.

Very cool shot. Lovely details.

What a great shot! Love the coloring!

Very cool. Love the detail and what a perfect subject!

Wow ~ Love the color in this!! I can’t wait for spring and to see the new life coming!

I love that they are glowing – so cool!

Oh, cool! Love the symmetry and contrasting colors. So unique too!


I don’t think I have ever seen shamrock sprouts! Cool!

wow, love love love this!! we have tons of them in our yard and I’m not sure I’ve ever witnessed this stage before.

52 in 2013 | Week 10

This week our theme was “Monochromatic”. So you’d think snow in all white and would be perfect for this theme…surprise, it’s not! Snow is kind of magical; it takes on the color of the light that falls on it, so my “monochromatic” photo ended up with some pretty blues, pinks and mauves!

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the color reflections are really pretty

Stunning work! The colors and flow is so serene. I feel like this should be framed.

Caprese Salad

This month our challenge for our blog circle was to attempt food photography. I decided to share my very favorite “salad” recipe to go along with it.

Caprese Salad

Vine Ripened Tomatoes
Bocconcini (Fresh Mozzarella)
Fresh Basil
Olive Oil
Balsamic Vinegar

In a small saucepan, bring balsamic vinegar to a boil over medium heat. Boil for 10-20 minutes until the vinegar has reduced to a thick glaze. Remove from heat and cool. Slice vine ripened tomatoes and bocconcini. On a large platter, alternate and overlap the tomato slices, bocconcini slices, and basil leaves. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic glaze. Enjoy!


Please check out all the other yummy food in the circle by going to Deitra’s Blog next.

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Well that sounds easy, delicious and fresh! Might have to give it a try. :)

Adele Humphries

Mouth is watering!!! Lovely work + recipe Jaime!

I love how you made this into a recipe tut! Yum!

Fun & vibrant colors!

Ooh, yummy! I love caprese salad! And the arrangement is really cool.


This sounds soooooo good! Great job!

Oh summer get here soon! This picture is great and its of my favorite summer snack! YUM!!!

Jaime…I love Caprese Salad! It is so gorgeous and colorful and delicious and easy and healthy! And I love the set up of your ingredients for your shot!

Oh yum! That balsamic vinegar reduction sounds amazing on top of all that! I think a trip to target is in order now!

Beautifully arranged!

I love how you arranged it all. I don’t even like tomatoes but this makes them look so yummy!

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