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Friday, December 15, 2017

New Soups & Firebird Pics

Hi everyone! I tried two new soups this week that I’d bought on sale a while ago.





They were both good, but I preferred the black bean soup; it was tastier and more filling than the split-pea. 

Saturday’s Firebird Festival was awesome – it was snowing all day, so there was less of a crowd than usual, but I loved it! I always enjoy it more when the weather’s “bad” – the past two years were a little too “nice” for my liking, haha! I took a ton of photos (these are just a few of them), and it was an incredible experience as always.

Zach and I marched with the parade crowd, which was lots of fun.

And then we found a spot fairly close to the firebird.


There were these really cool mini “tornadoes” blowing around.


The head falling.


Once it had burned low enough, everyone climbed over the netting to get closer.

Here are the snuggly sisters…



And Leela’s keeping warm, too…



Peace. :)

8 comments:

  1. Wow, what amazing pictures from the festival!! I bet it was an amazing experience! The soups sound really good too, tis definitely the season for warming soup :) Love those gorgeous faces!

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! It really is an amazing experience! :)

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  2. Awwwww your cats!!! <3 <3 <3 The festival looks fierce and fiery! As for soup.... I haven't seen those over here. They both sound delicious, especially the split pea and potato. Perfect season for hot potato dishes quite honestly. :)

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    1. Thanks, Janyce! There have been so many adorable kitty cuddles recently! :)

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  3. Yum the black bean soup sounds really good. And of course I always love a good split pea and potato soup!
    I love the pictures from the festival.
    Sweet kitties!

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    1. Thanks, Hillary! The black bean soup was definitely good; it's so fun finding new soups to try! :)

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  4. I love seeing your photos of the festival. I always want to go but I am just too busy this time of the year (plus a little further than I would normally travel)

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer! The festival is definitely one of my favorite things about Phoenixville! :)

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