Dec
12th

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

What an exciting weekend! It started out with me meeting the ladies for lunch at the Garden Party Cafe in downtown Baraboo yesterday. I will admit I have never been to the Garden Party before, but the food was amazing. I took a few shots and totally forgot to take a picture of our desserts before they were demolished.

After lunch, we went over to Rob’s parent’s house to make Christmas cookies. Yay! Who doesn’t love a good dose of sugar for Christmas?

And of course, who could forget the onslaught of snow this weekend? It’s gorgeous outside and if any of you have been out I’m sure you’ve been shoveling/plowing for quite a while this morning just to get out of the house, the snow is so bad. I love the snow.

Well, really snow and I have a love/hate relationship. I love how it looks, how it blankets the world in white and everything is fresh and new, but I absolutely hate HATE driving in it. Thank goodness for four wheel drive or I would not have gotten down our unplowed street this morning to get to work.

I hope you all are having a wonderful day, I think we should all go out and play in the snow, but unfortunately, it’s no good for snowballs. 🙁

Baked french onion soup from Garden Party Cafe in Baraboo.

This was my porto ravioli and it was so amazing!

Porto ravioli lunch special from Garden Party Cafe in downtown Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Canycane love for Christmas.

Sugar cookies decorated for Christmas.

Chrstmas tree cutout sugar cookie with colorful sprinkles.

Blue snowman cookie with white icing.

After we finished with the cookies, I drove downtown to see how it looked, and then decided, since I had the camera anyways, to pull over and take some shots of the square at night. I love these two that Rob captured.

Downtown Baraboo Wisconsin covered in snow, twinkling lights down the street.

A lonely snow covered bench on the square in Baraboo.

This is how it looked when we got up this morning, I really didn’t want to go to work in this, especially since the roads had not even been plowed yet.

The street covered in snow this morning.

Unplowed street with snow covered trees in Baraboo Wisconsin.

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