Monthly Archives: October 2010
One of the perks of living on the Southern Plains is the fact that we can actually see the horizon — which means we are able to enjoy breath-taking displays at sunrise and sunset. Heck, we even have restaurants here in … Continue reading
outside . . . The winds are sweeping down the plains today, according to our ‘weather wizards’ it’s blowing in cooler weather cooking/eating . . . eating left-over chili made this past weekend (‘Crock Pot Chili’ from The Southern Plate blog) creating … Continue reading
Paper, pencils, pens, crayons, glue sticks and scissors — and, lots of imagination. Supplies to help fill an hour or two — creating fall decorations (and memories) with two little munchkins. The flying ghost family are Joe’s — the cock-eyed … Continue reading
A cracked tooth is making soft foods (and serious drugs) necessary this week — so far I’ve enjoyed lots of oatmeal, soups and puddings — but I’m longing for popcorn. Wonder if Starbucks make a popcorn flavored coffee ?? Or … Continue reading
While ‘de-cluttering’ a couple of weeks ago – I ran across this cookbook. The pages are splattered and filled with notes/comments. And, even though I only actually use it a couple of times a year – it’s a ‘keeper’. Below … Continue reading
My current lunch-time stitching project. There’s just something about counting those little cross-stitches — it’s a little oasis of calm in my workday.