Last week was Jacob's debut as a guest photographer for my Friday posts. Here is his contribution this week. I hope you like it.
As you can see, he's still on a Spongebob kick, which I think was reinforced by all the pineapple I've been buying lately (He does live in a pineapple under the sea).
The two of us spent our afternoon, celebrating our long awaited snow day (I'll give you the details this weekend). As part of our wintery fun, we decided to set up his photo shoot outside. He picked out everything in the photo and carefully positioned each item on our front steps.
Check it out. It's Spongebob and Patrick in the crabby patty getaway car, being chased by some other character on a motorcycle, in front of a pineapple house in a snow covered dessert, complete with a rock formation and the cactus he made at school. Oh no, it looks as though the cactus is in danger of being burnt up by the campfire. I guess I need to teach him a few things about fire safety.
But, back to the pineapple. It became part of last night's dinner (as usual, I'll tell you more about it tomorrow), as well as being added to my breakfast this a.m. As you know, I've taken a break from the donuts for a while in exchange for more green smoothies.
Today's smoothie is a tribute to all those donut Fridays of the past. I made it out of ingredients from Ani Phyo's donut hole recipes, including almonds, pecans, coconut, bananas, pineapple (I told you it would be in there) and dates, as well as the traditional greens, etc. And, to make it more like a "coffee" and donuts kind of morning, I substituted Java Teeccino in place of plain water. Definitely an interesting combination. Cheers!