Part 6 – 2021 Garden: “Waiting, Waiting…Finally!”

Tomato plant flowering Total experiment this year! I’m not good with unknown variables. These starts began as seeds. Once the seed took, were transplanted a month ago as teeny tiny plants into our garden. I watched them like a hawk as though that would help them grow! Over the last month, we have had rain, [...]

Modified Chicken Lettuce Wraps

I have a recipe for chicken lettuce wraps prepared with a wok. I have made it several times. My daughter told me she prepared her chicken lettuce wraps mixture in her crock pot. That intrigued me. Crock Pot Chicken Lettuce Wraps Today, I modified my recipe and made my crock pot version of chicken lettuce [...]

Part 5 – 2021 Garden: “One Month In…”

It’s been one month since we put in our garden Newly planted garden - mid May 2021 It’s been one month. Originally, I was concerned about how small our starts were. Every morning I would check out our garden. As though my looking at the plants would make them grow! One Month Old Garden - [...]

Part 4 – 2021 Garden: “Finally…it’s Planting Time!”

We patiently waited due to overnight cold to plant our garden. These plants are an experiment, all started from seeds. Something we have not tried before. Two days ago we put it in! 2021 Garden Now it finally truly feels like Spring! Now we wait some more, water, nurture and tend our garden. Our Garden [...]

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.