Month: June 2018

No Longer Stumped

Last year, a storm took down a major part of a large, Snow Crabapple tree in our yard. Later, the remaining part of the tree was cut down, leaving a large stump. Lately, I have been pondering what I could do with the leftover… Continue Reading “No Longer Stumped”

A-Tisket, A-Tasket, Here’s How to Plant a Basket

When thrift shopping, I keep my eyes open for wicker or twig baskets, that would be suitable for summer planting. I found three that would make wonderful planters.  Two for my parents to use on their deck and one for the front of our… Continue Reading “A-Tisket, A-Tasket, Here’s How to Plant a Basket”

Greenhouse Date

Yesterday, my husband and I went on our third annual date to the Blue View Greenhouse.  On our first outing, he brought his camera along and asked the owners if they would mind if he took pictures while I shopped. They did not and… Continue Reading “Greenhouse Date”

To Bake or to Garden (Calzones)

I was torned last night between wanting to get out in the garden and weed (now that we finally had rain) or make something wonderful for supper. Inspiration came when I realized I that I had the perfect trifecta of meats in the refrigerator… Continue Reading “To Bake or to Garden (Calzones)”

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