We will be rolling into summer before we know it, and the bounty of summer squash and zucchini will be on it’s way. Curried Summer Squash with Sweet Onions is one of my favorite easy zucchini recipes. I make it year round, as zucchini is one of the few fresh vegetables that is reasonably priced … Read More about Curried Summer Squash with Sweet Onions Recipe
For many of us, spring gardening chores are on our minds. While, the beds have probably already been cleaned out, there is always something to be done, moving, dividing, weeding… the list goes on and on. I love gardening, but sometimes the chores can be daunting. One part of gardening I love, which doesn’t take … Read More about There is More to a Garden than just Plants.
These are two of my favorite daffodils. I also have several other kinds, but these hold a special place in my heart. I actually put the bulbs in shortly after finding out I was pregnant, so this is their third year in my garden. Both have been hardy and are slowly starting to spread. The first is … Read More about Beautiful Unusual Daffodils
There is something special about speckled Easter eggs, they mimic nature, but still have festive flair. Making Speckled eggs for Easter is fun & easy… My daughter helped me with Easter eggs for the first time today. We made simple speckled Easter eggs, with a little clear glitter. The speckle effect is achieved by mixing a … Read More about Making Speckled Easter Eggs
The day your child is diagnosed with autism, everything changes, yet nothing changes. You walk out the door with the same beautiful child you walked in with, but things are different. Your child now has a label. I thought I was prepared. If anyone should have been prepared it was me. My little girl … Read More about The Day your Child is Diagnosed with Autism