I didn’t have a particular plan, but the moment had presented itself and I knew that the time was right to take everything out of the garden tool shed. Okay, in all honesty, the moment was happening because I had hired the help of a young man for the day and he had finished the […]
What we do at home.
I’m sure many of you sing made-up songs while you rock children or grandchildren to sleep. When I had Cori Lou for the day yesterday, she had just been playing in puddles with her GoPa, so that is what I sang about softly as we cuddled. I didn’t plan on making the song part […]
The goal, in my mind, is to be creative without unnecessarily revamping everything each year. Decide which factors are most important to you. Such as: Beauty? And if so, organizational or free flowing? Maximum productivity? Then, you will have to work hard on exact spacing and timing. Fun hobby? What makes it fun? I wrote […]
Sunday, May 10, 2015: I just spent the day in action motivated from reading the book Weedless Gardening, by Lee Reich. When I saw the title on another gardening blog I read sometimes (northwest edible life), I almost rolled my eyes and went on to other things. However, the title got me just enough so […]
Rich, it all started with me raiding my dad’s freezer. With his supervision, of course. He had a 3 pound package of beef, already cubed for stew into about one inch pieces. It is important to note that while it may have said “stew meat,” it was definitely high quality, because it was tender and […]