"It's hard convincing yourself that where you are at the moment is your home, and it's not always where your heart is. Sometimes I win and sometimes not." -- Jonathan Carroll
Beautiful photos, especially the first and the fourth.There are very few signs of Christmas here in Oman, but it is tolerated. I was once an outlaw Santa Claus in Saudi Arabia, where Christmas is illegal.
me encantan las fotos. se ve que los estudiantes se estan diviertiendo. very soon I will be baking cookies with my nephews!
SWEET!i missed the part about bigger pictures in blogger from the last post. you do have to change the HTML within your blog template to widen the pics, but you also have to host the pictures outside of blogger. (if you keep the pictures in blogger, the pictures will be blurry.) i upload mine in flickr, then copy and paste the html code in my post. it sounds complicated, but it's not. it takes an evening of boredom and maybe a bit of swearing, but after you get it all set up then it requires no further maintenance. i'm pretty sure this is the tutorial i used to adjust my settings: http://www.blueorchidblog.com/2007/10/how-to-have-large-photos-on-your-blog.htmlgood luck!
the last picture-- are those haribo bears on a sugar cookie?! i miss haribo!!! i really enjoy seeing your pictures. i lived in berlin, germany, and traveled all over europe. a part of me is still there, so thanks for posting pictures (i live vicariously through them) :)also, to ian in oman: i was in oman during christmas back in 2006. in the big stores in muscat, there were christmas trees and santas galore! also eid al-adha was right after christmas, so it was like one giant celebration :)
Looks like some seriously delicious Christmas cookies being made there! Re the photo size. Do you have the latest blogger version? I just chose small, medium, large or ex-large when the photo has been imported into the blog.
Hello Lovely, i hope all is well and that you are enjoying Madrid a little bit more. I see you have already found Peta's International Book Shop, I used to go there a lot before I had kids. What about "taste of America" have you been there yet? Besos
OH, that looks like great fun. I think we'll be doing that tomorrow with the kids.Thanks for the inspiration.
Busy and fun. Looks like the Christmas cheer has started.
Meery Christmas! Never thought of putting gummi bears on cookies, but what an awesome idea. Hope you have a Happy New Year!
Candifer, I'm flying up to Muscat next week so I'll have a look. Salalah is a bit different, probably because there are very few Westerners living down here. But, it certainly is a much more tolerant country, in general, than Saudi Arabia.Anyway, Merry Christmas!
Hermosas instantaneas....ya soy un seguidor mas de tu blog..Un saludoDany
Nice captures and marvellous work the one that they realize. I am grateful for your visit to you to my blog of Graphical Design, it is the whole pleasure. Cordial greeting and that you have a happy Domigo.Ramon
Hola Jane!!!...muchas gracias por visitar mi blog, es todo un honor para mi, y darme así la oportunidad de conocer tu interesante y creativo trabajo.Un abrazo!!! ;)
What delicious fun!
Xmas will be great for you and your students! I see it, I feel it.XoXo
That's so nice of you to invite students to bake in your kitchen!
that`s really true. i like your pics. i wish you a lovely christmas-time...
Looks like you had a lot of fun :)Have a great week Jane!
and it starts to look yummy, too :)
Gummy Bear cookies. Yum!Looks like fun.Cheers, jj
Hi Jane, Can I play too?! Great photos too...
we have our christmas party this week. looking forward to the sugar...not!!great photo's as always.p.s. not too sure where exactly we are heading to next. We should know by late Feb, early March.
Great! Next time let me know and will be a great helper-cookie eater
Mmmmmm Jummmie photo's!I almost can smell christmas!
Mmm looks like fun! Nice pictures. As regards the photos- if you click on the photo just after you insert it into the post it should give you the option- small medium, large or extra large. I resize photos and insert them onto blogger from my desktop- no flicker steps involved. I never did anything to my settings. But perhaps you are talking bigger then extra large size?
There is definitely Christmas magic in the first photo. xo
We baked gingerbread cookies un Saturday. Love how the house fills up with Christmas with the smell of gingerbread cookies.Your cooking cookies photos are so lively and the kids look like they are truly enjoying themselves.
looks like fun
Yes it's starting to feel a lot like Christmas. Enjoy it.
How fun!Do you teach English to those kids??
i wish i was in your class ... it looks fabulous!
Your students are darling!Besos back at you!Bitter cold here -- it looks and feels like Christmas.
I can never have enough cookies at Christmastime. Those look delicious, and your students seem to have such fun!
your x-mas looks like hands full of all sorts x-massy!!! have great festive holidays.... x
Woow, lovely pictures! I would love to join them...I can't believe Christmas is next week.. Hope you have a great week!!
Looks like great fun! Well, it is, I just did it myself! And the cookies are nearly too lovely to eat! ;o)
Fun! Now I'm hungry for Christmas cookies. :)
Lovely moments !!!!
Hi dear,Glad you are having fun. If you have time come say hi, we are doing a music giveaway :)
like these images very much, especially the first and the fourth for the smiles on the faces that says so much!Thank you for your nice comment, you would be amazed by all the things i cannot do!un beso
awesome photos! makes me hungry for cookies, and making cookies with others:)
Whoaaaaaaa, I'd like to have those kids army at home :D. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Jane' Titut
I love these photos. I feel like I am almost there with you. Happiness!
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