It’s Father’s Day, Y’all (that’s an ironic ‘Y’all’ as I am not from the south). So, I guess that means once a year we have to get off our high horses and pretend that the men in our lives are deserving of our praise and appreciation. Insert: massive eye roll.
We are back at it! The garden!! We had so much fun planning, growing, harvesting and sharing our garden with everyone last year we couldn’t wait to get going this year. We were even able to salvage a lot of seeds from last years vegetables to replant this year.
It’s memorial day weekend so I thought I’d give a quick update on what we have set up for the summer. In this post, I’m going to be sharing photos I’ve taken on my phone over the last 4 weeks during planting and prep and then some I took this past weekend to show everything a little more “at home”. Continue reading
It’s finally spring….kind of!
We’ve had a rough go of it so far this spring. With odd late snow storms, cold lingering into April…it felt as if spring would never come. But it did!
Easter is upon us a bit earlier than usual and if you’re like me and always looking for a fresh new take on the usual suspects around the holidays– then this carrot cake is for you.
Ok so- all the ingredients I actually put in this stir fry would make the title way too long, but you get the gist of it. Did I grab your attention?? Ok, here we go- Continue reading
It’s pretty amazing how much can change in a year. I’m looking back and photos from this awkward week between Christmas and New Years and really seeing how fast it all goes by. One of the things I look at is what was most popular on the blog this last year. The most visited post was, oddly enough my last one, Potato Corn Chowder with Crusty Homemade Bread. And while a good majority of readers come from the U.S., I was surprised to see Canada, Brazil, Australia even South Korean readers (amongst many others). So hello world! We are ready for you!
It’s fall y’all!
Funny story- I once went to TJ Maxx and found a candle that said “it’s fall y’all” on it. I got so excited but it fell out of my cart and smashed on the floor. I then awkwardly stood around the end of the aisle looking for someone who worked there because of the broken glass and I felt bad I broke merchandise in my excitement. When I finally found someone and alerted them to the glass and offered to pay, they didn’t seem to care (ok cool I’ll spend my $5 on more random stuff) and just walked away unphased. The sad part is that this was 2 years ago and I still think about that adorablely graphic “it’s fall y’all! on a perfect fall scented candle that I have never come across again. R.I.P- my basic chick candle bliss.