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Shine On Harvest Moon
I have a lot I want to accomplish and never enough hours in the day. We pickled lots of jalapenos, to keep us in Taco Tuesdays, this year. The peppers on our deck were highly productive! The ones at our community garden … Continue reading
Posted in Can I get a Whoop Whoop, Canning, Cooking, Crazy Mom Friday Finishes, Gardening, Linkys, Quilting, Sewing Tagged Blue Underground Studio, canning, fresh, gardening, local, Marcia Derse, quilting, salsa, sewing 8 Comments
A no/slow progress week
We all have them. Don’t we? You do, don’t you??? Surely it’s not just me, but sometimes it seems like it, LOL! Thank you everyone who entered my first giveaway and gave me so many great movie suggestions! I picked … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Canning, Cooking, Giveaway, hand quilting, Linkys, Quilting, Sewing, WIP, WIP Tagged agony and the ecstasy, blogging, books, Bubble quilt, canning, coat of many colors, elm creek quilts, Honeycomb quilt, movies, Out of this World quilt, quilting, reading, salsa, sewing, unnamed wall hanging, untitled wall hanging 8 Comments
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While both our girls were here canning with me, on this day, it is strange that there are no pictures of them… I’m guessing they had their PJs on already! I am so glad I passed…
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Cottage, Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Nature, Recipes Tagged canning, cooking, maraschino cherries, nature, photgraphy, preserving Leave a comment
Strawberry jelly toast for dessert tonight!
My favorite. On biscuits. On ice cream. On pancakes. But best of all, on a spoon. According to my Facebook friends freezer jam wins both the taste test and the ease factor. One thing I love about freezer jam is that … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Cottage, Eating Tagged canning, freezer jam, preserving, strawberry, surejell 6 Comments
In one of my past lives..
I am sure I was a pioneer. I may have even lived in a little house on the prairie. Oh, how I had a special connection to that book, as a child. They could do and make anything and were … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Cooking, Eating, Favorite Things, Gardening, Reading Tagged canning, farmer's market, Little House on the Prairie 3 Comments