Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Soup

Hi everyone.  Hope everyone is having a good day.
Today I have another journal age for Chris's challenge at Art Journal Journey, 101 Ways to Keep Warm.  We had some wintery weather the other day and it made it a good night for a bowl of soup. I make a mean bowl of cream of tomato soup, and nothing is better on a snowy night that some soup to warm you right down to your bones.
And I forgot yesterday to link this to Try It On Tuesday. The latest challenge is Home Sweet Home, and I think my page is all about home and homemade yumminess.
 This is how it looked before I left for work the next morning.
 But there was gorgeous morning sky, before it went grey and stayed grey all day.

But luckily it was warm enough that 90% of the snow melted. It's just too early for winter in my mind, but maybe not in Mother Nature's mind.
Thanks for stopping by my blog for a visit.

18 comments:

froebelsternchen Susi said...

What a fabulous looking tomato soup in a really beautiful bowl! I also love how you have created that snow on the window glass!
You won't believe it but I have just had a tomato - carot- cabbage soup 10 minutes ago as it is lunchtime here and since nobody is at home today except of me and the dogs I just ate it straight out of the tupperware bowl that I used to warm it in the microwave....
Oh gosh - good that the snow melted again , absolutely too soon for snow - I am with you.
But that sky looks like a poem!
Thank you for another fantastic page linked to AJJ dear Erika!
It is a lovely painting - you are such a good Mixed Media painter!
Happy Evening! Hope you had a good day at school!
oxo Susi

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful photos, we haven't had any snow here yet, it's just grey and rainy. Love the journal page, soup is always the best to warm up, and I have some chicken noodle soup planned for my lunch today. Have a great day, keep warm, hugs, Valerie

CJ Kennedy said...

Soup is so comforting. Great idea for the journal page. I never would have thought of that. I'm glad you got snow and we didn't. =^,.^= Waaay too early for snow.

pearshapedcrafting said...

Wowser! What a brilliant painting! A wonderful page and also a wonderful way to keep warm! Thank you for your support and this fabulous entry at AJJ! Brrr! Both photos look great but sorry it turned to a grey day after that sunrise! Hugs, Chrisx

Divers and Sundry said...

Glorious Snow! Even though it's early, it looks like fun to me :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

When I got sick, my grandmother made me creamed tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich. I still love that combination to this day. This is fabulous and a super AJJ entry, too.

You really DID get snow, didn't you! Glad it is mostly gone now, and hopefully it will warm up before the weekend.

Let's Art Journal said...

Wow, that morning sky is so magical! I could just look at the pink sky all day and be happy ๐Ÿ˜. I loved seeing the snow although I'm sure it's nicer to look at than travel in ...lol ๐Ÿ˜‰. I'm loving your mama's tomato soup too, it's a very fitting page for AJJ and the perfect way to keep warm on a cold snowy day! Hope you are having a lovely week! J ๐Ÿ˜Š

Meggymay said...

They are lovely snowy photos, but winter seems to be to soon for us all. The thought of tomato soup has me thinking to make some tomorrow,
Its a fantastic page.
Yvonne xx

kathyinozarks said...

gorgeous photos and I love soup

Mrs.B said...

A great page Erika and I love the snowy pictures. We're having a few days in Budapest where it's strangely milder than the UK I'd expected snow here!
Avril xx

Jeanie said...

I adore your soup page. So cheerful and fun and warm. And the photos -- wow. Don't know which I love most -- the glaze of snow outside or that fabulous pink sky. Both are wonderful.

Rosie said...

Wonderful painting, Erika

Thank you for joining us at TRY IT ON TUESDAY

geistige_Schritte said...

a wonderful idea this page from the warming soup you need when it's cold.
Snow was there and melted again.
Beautiful looks from the snowy landscape!
beautiful evening
Elke

pearshapedcrafting said...

Good idea to link to Try It On Tuesday! What would a home be like without Mama's warming soup? Thank you! Chris x

Lucyna Marynowska said...

Tomato soup! Yummy! Thanks bunches for sharing your beautiful piece with us at TioT this time. Hugs!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

No snow so far here in the Nashua, Nh area, Erika. While I did envy your snow photos and that lovely sky, truth is I can be patient a bit longer as we will be traveling to NJ next week.

nanskidrewski said...

Love your page and the red pot. Soup is definitely comfort food. Beautiful photos, thank goodness no snow here yet. It's pretty and I live a good dusting, but I can wait๐Ÿ˜‰

Marjut said...

This is wonderful page! Thank you for joining us at TioT.