Back when I lived and worked in the city, I used to take vacations. Real, get away from it all vacations. Not to say that we don’t go places with the kids. We do! And I love it! It’s just a different dynamic from when it was just my husband and I, I had an… Continue reading How I Caught a Scot
Boy, have I got something to show you! I have been using a newfangled watering system for my seedlings, and I’m sure you’ll find the technology as amazing as I do. Look! Ain’t she a beauty?! Now let’s see it in action! SHA-ZAM! Perfect placement of water every time! And, the best part is that… Continue reading Newfangled Seedling Watering System
A fairly recent passion of mine is fruit trees. Ironically, it was my husband that initially suggested we plant fruit trees in our yard. We built our home and for the first two years our yard was treeless. It was “high-time” to plant some trees, and of course my husband and I had different ideas… Continue reading Oh Fruit! Part One,the Tools.
I have a child that likes to talk non-stop. This is a fairly unusual experience for me. Growing up, none of my family members talked continuously. My other children do not talk all the time. And it seems like none of my friends children or family members children talk (constantly) like she does. She talks… Continue reading A Talker
Back when I lived in the city, the mall was 5 minutes from my house. I have to admit I loved living close to the mall, and one could frequently find me there. Now that I live in the country, however, same said mall is a half hour away and my trips there are infrequent… Continue reading Orange Smoothie Recipe
I have something really exciting to show you! Look what happened! My lovely green babies are starting to appear! Hello there! I see you peeking out at me! In a few months, you’ll be all grown up and enjoying the sunshine and gentle breezes in the garden. The pictures above are of my pepper plants.… Continue reading A Bit O’Green
My grandma was a fantastic guitar player, and she loved to sing. She used to play and sing at the local taverns in the small town where she lived. I’m not joking! It’s how she met her second husband! Imagine a smoky bar (’cause you could still smoke in bars back then and they were… Continue reading A Song For You