Since being diagnosed with I C (Interstitial Cystitis) we have had to make changes as a family in the way that we eat. I always felt like we ate well but now we have to eat even better. There were basically two routes of treatment for me. Option 1. go the experimental clinical medicine dead… Continue reading Fall Garden
There is never a dull moment on a farm. I would say that our adventures have been greatly reduced with the vacancy of critters. We still have a few. Naturally, we have a Border collie named Sherlock who is head of Ranch Security. He is young but learning fast under the tutelage of his senior… Continue reading “Dillapoo”
Why is it so hard to say good bye? Nope, I am not referring to a crying, loving, or leaving country song. It’s more like a real life reality show without the dramatic music and cliff hanger endings. I've started the process of liberating me from my house. More specifically, it is the collection of… Continue reading It’s Not Good Bye…
How do you describe kindness? Is it when someone brings you a candy treat even though you can't have sugar? I know it's when your son wants to help daddy and he takes a can of spray paint to paints the rims of his truck black while Daddy is at work. Surprise! Daddy! How… Continue reading Kindness
Yes, that is a hen playing hide and seek in my carrots.
I told myself early on, this was no food blogger page. Every now and again I have a favorite recipe that is too good not to share. My daughter has a food blogger page that one day I hope she'll have time to spend on it again. She did so well and is an amazing… Continue reading Raspberry Lemon Scones
This year has been my season of flowers. Each and every spring I get the gardening bug like everyone else. I want to buy those cute little 6 packs of petunias or other ornamental foliage. My trouble is at the end of each shopping trip I find the end of my grocery list, a full… Continue reading Flowers
Each family has their very own favorite set of quirks. I don't mean that meanly either. Quirky parents begat quirky kids. Who grow up and repeat the process. Kind of scary right? I learned recently of a family who puts lemon juice in their Dr. Pepper. I see that eyebrow, raised. To each his own-… Continue reading The love language of Coffee