Mother’s Day Memory

I am blessed to have two amazing daughters that know just how to spoil me for Mother’s Day. I arrived to see this beautiful table setting. Mother’s Day Brunch Table We talked for a little while, we discovered my daughter & her husband have a mama bird who made a nest right outside their kitchen [...]

Part 3 – 2021 Garden: “It’s Almost Time”

We have been watering a tiny bit every day. We are so close to putting in our garden. Next weekend, is our target date. Our Experiment...the starts Garden just waiting to be filled Waiting does not come naturally for me. Gardening has taught me faith, hope & patience. #thepatientgardener

A Failed Experience Taught Me To Persevere

Last year I made Easter Bread for Easter. Somehow I managed to make an unleavened bread (I am Catholic) but that’s not what I was going for! haha! I was defeated...realizing the Easter Bread got the best of me. I researched Easter Bread recipes. I ran across this one: Traditional Easter Bread Recipe The ingredients [...]

My Teeny Tiny Vase

Artsy Tiny Vase Door County has some of the most eclectic art pieces. I found this last Autumn. 1 stem, a little water...lasts for a long time. Beautiful sunshiny day! Spring is revealing itself on the tree buds, the newly green grass, buds popping up out of the ground. Everyone have a wonderful Easter weekend.

Road Trip – March 2021

We took a quick trip to get away. Below are a few photos of our time away. There is something about going away...the anticipation of going, the excitement of a new adventure, seeing a new place. There is something about changing the environment that clears “the cobwebs” out of my head as my mom used [...]

Part 1 – 2021 Garden: “The Starts”

As I get older I am discovering the value in every season. Right now it’s springtime. Now is the time to plant starts. The Beginning Springtime buds Seedlings budding! Emerging onion start We are trying an experiment...to create our garden from seed. To literally “start” our garden from seed. Our beans have not emerged yet. [...]

Part 5 – 2020 Garden Journal: “& That’s A Wrap!”

After Labor Day we know we are getting close to the end of the gardening cycle. The last 4 months we began, nurtured and waited in anticipation like new parents for the new growth and buds. We are nearing the time to dismantle the garden. “All good things come to an end” Home grown tomatoes [...]