viernes, 17 de diciembre de 2010

This Moment. Llegó el Jamón !!!

{this moment} - A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. If you're inspired to do the same, join in over at SouleMama.



Feliz Fin de Semana !!!




32 comentarios:

  1. Que buena pinta tiene!!! como os vais a ponerrrr!!

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  2. that's a big ham, all ready for Christmas I imagine!

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  3. Ay mujer,que rico se ve éso, y mira ayer me agarró el panettone de AnnaCo. sin desayunar, ahora tu jamón :S
    Me encanta tu ritual de los Viernes.

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  4. I think your man was really happy when the jamon arrived! You can see it on his face :). I thought I didn't understand you well, but then I saw the pictures! I need the address so I can order it too :)
    My moment is a tree full of hearts in Vienna, I was very impressed by it, it was beautiful! http://thefairysapprentice.blogspot.com/2010/12/this-moment-moment-i-want-to-pause_17.html

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  5. This is hilarious! I love how your husband took pictures with the ham! So did it taste good?

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  6. WoW. Seriously, this is one piece of ham?
    So funny ;D

    Thanks for sharing.
    xoxo

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  7. jamon!! :)

    This brought a smile to my face!

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  8. classic!! yeah, he's a bit proud of that ham :-) LOL
    have a great weekend
    xxxCate

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  9. ja,ja,ja qué ilusión le ha hecho a tu marido.
    Ese jamón tiene muy buena pinta, guardanos un poquito.

    Bss

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  10. In my country we call someone who is a "ham" is someone who likes to be funny. I was thinking that your husband was a ham with his ham. hee-hee!
    Yes, gingerbread houses are a before Christmas tradition that you can do any time before Christmas. The boys always have so much fun making them that they don't want to eat them!
    I have really enjoyed getting to know you, my blog friend!

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  11. oh my word! look at that. my husband would love it, to bad i am vegetarian!

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  12. I agree with Phyllis - el jamón es tu esposo! ;)

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  14. That is one crazy ham! I love that he's so excited about it. Great moment!

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  15. Brujis cuando puedas me explicas como es esto de "this moments"

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  16. wow....is that like prosciutto??
    He look excited!! hehe
    Xx

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  17. Que Jamon!!!! Me gusta la foto con las jarras :)

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  18. Looks good! Your husband looks so happy!

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  19. The gingerbread houses are made of gingerbread cookies held together by something called "Royal Icing" (I have the recipe here: http://householdways.blogspot.com/2010/12/royal-icing-using-egg-whites-for-royal.html )
    It dries very hard. I think your English is just fine. Much better than my Spanish!

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  20. ¡Muy grande!, las tazas y el jamón. Falta el MP4 para seguir escuchando a Federico.

    Lo que me he podido reír, madre mía.

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  21. ¡Qué rico! No me puedo creer que no te guste el jamón serrano (o ibérico, que ese tiene un pintón).

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  22. wowowowowowowow!! jamon para un ejercito!!!! que envidia, tia!!! y que cara feliz tiene el papy! :))

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  23. Looks SO yummy. I love how you captured the whole experience in your montage.

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  24. Wow! Your husband looks so proud. Too cute :)

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