I really like curry and often. My husband not so much. We had some leftover pork chops that we grilled that he wanted no part of. I have been concentrating on my genealogy of late and not on my cooking friends. So, since I am shortly to be going back to a daytime position at… Read More Time for Curry
This is the before: As you can see it at least needs a facelift. Some paint would help. We decided to make it bigger and add some working windows. Now it’s like a clubhouse. Some people never grow up.
Here’s where we’re at. I have not yet dragged out the lawn mower, and here is my longest grass. Its going to rain for the next three days, so I guess I’ll have to hit it with the weed whacker first. I’ve gotten most of the garden cleared and even some of it planted. Ferdinand… Read More Progress Report
It was over 2 years ago that I decided to plant my very first garden. I had just purchased my first house and one of the purposes was to grow some of my own food. I did some studying and planning. I was going to do a container garden because that is one of the… Read More The Great and Mysterious Carrot Caper
They were growing everywhere in my yard, except, of course, in the actual garden beds. I had a genius idea. I thought I should move them where I wanted them. Right? I just wasn’t sure when was the best time to move them. Obviously I couldn’t move them when they were still bulbs. I did… Read More Please Pray for My Daffodils
We got a lot accomplished over the weekend. Ferdinand found more leaves I was hiding and picked them up and bagged them. Good thing we have a super-small yard! I raked the garden area out really well and actually picked up all the debris. I also made a huge dent in clearing the junk between… Read More Yay!
It’s finally time to fire up the bad boy. My husband got all the leaves picked up. I think he was sneaky and hired someone. It was a lot of wet leaves. It’s Spring, right?