I don’t always like to do the same thing while I’m riding my spin bike. I’ve made a list before of things I find interesting to do during this stationary exercise, but the one time I had tried to crochet it had only gone well for about 10 minutes. After that, I had ended up […]
What we do at home.
I put together a youtube video to give you a visual and audio explanation of seed starting basics. Below it, I will outline supplies and procedure for reference. Soil A good quality potting soil is recommended. It doesn’t have to be specifically “formulated” for seed starting, just not too chunky. Anything that I have purchased […]
Rich, I have never liked taking bites out of a whole apple, but I do like good, crisp apples. Therefore, I find creative ways to cut them. This recipe is one way to make them “more acceptable” for a more regular meal and easier to fit in the mouth. I find it is a refreshing […]
This article about native plants versus exotic ones reminded me about the ongoing discussion of what is best to plant in any environment. Are “native” plants best or most environmentally responsible? What qualifies as a “native” plant? It encompasses the idea of plant diversity and even challenges the idea of what it means to “garden.” […]
I don’t remember when I first purchased some creamed honey. I’m pretty sure it is not something I got as a child, though. It would have been too expensive. And I’m pretty sure I bought it as an adult because it had the word “creamed” in the description. I thought there was some […]