While at the library the other day I decided to check-out the book "At Home on Ladybug Farm" by Donna Ball. This is her blog http://www.donnaball.net/ for which it's fun to know there are other Ladybug Farm books to read. I think I may become a Ladybug Farm lover/fan :)
One of my sister's is on chat with me tonight and told me about this author who has good books too...http://www.murdershebaked.com/books.htm
I have enjoyed Mignon F. Ballard's books and the first one I read was "The Angel and the Jabberwocky Murders" which got me into reading the other ones that go along with it.
I like when books include recipes also. I love to read!! It takes me away from the worries and stress that life can toss my way at times.
Thanks for stopping by. It's been awhile since I've done any blogging.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Blue sky and sunshine!
.Sunshine straight through our window, on our way back home...
We live in Canyon County...
This is what makes the air stink!! The Sugar Beet Factory, in Nampa... pewey!!!.
Our tree lined street...
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Sunday, December 4, 2011
I wish I had more time to blog. I just want to share quickly the beautiful sunset we had out our front door one evening and also pix of the yummy crockpot apple crumble/crisp I made. I will go through my older FB posts and find the source of where I found the recipe and I'll edit this post with the link to give credit to the blogger.
The picture isn't as wonderful as the real thing, but you can see enough to know how beautiful it was....
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Yay!!! Our garden is growing...woot woot!!These sunflowers are the "mystery plant in the first garden box we weren't sure for awhile what the plant was, ha ha:) Some little birdie must have dropped some seeds in that spot from a neighbor because it's a totally different sunflower than the ones we planted.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Took out the old cabinet that was in the basement. Lots of work to do, just taking it one day at a time.
Friday, July 22, 2011
we should have plenty of tomatoes!! This next pic is our mysterious plant.... (Update 8-3) The mysterious plant is a sunflower variety the birds must have planted. It's a totally different sunflower than the ones I've planted.
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