Everybody knows how to make a tomato pasta. And everybody has their own way of making it. Here is mine. Or one version of it, because of course there are several different ways of eating tomatoes or tomato sauce on pasta. Im not giving a formal recipe, it all comes down to taste and preference.…
Perfect weather all day....in the 60s.Gary planted celery, peppers and basil in our kitchen garden this morning.I saw a recipe for rhubarb muffins and had all the ingredients so I made them. Baking is not my thing.When Gary got home after yoga and lunch we gave them a try. SO GOOD!Lunch was yummy.At 4 Gary drove me and Little Wonder over to Heritage Bell F […]
"Hanz, Sami, Rosie & Blue"Rosie and I had a nice ride down "The Alleyway" last weekend I started this blog on October 25, 2007 to interact with like-minded horse people, to exchange ideas, and hear other people’s opinions on everything concerning the horse. Along the way, I’ve met some really smart people who are dedicated t […]
This stunning castle,Château de Chenonceau, is like a fairy tale. It gracefully straddles the River Cher in the Loire Valley region of France.The corridor that spans across the riverIt was a cloudy day in May, 2016, when I visited Chenonceau, a castle I had heard so much about. I found it to be both gorgeous and fascinating--not only because of its' loc […]
Belle (right) and Daisy. Belle is Glory Bee’s last calf; Daisy is a newcomer. Both of these heifers are awaiting the births of their first calves, hopefully late fall or early winter. I can’t wait for milk again!
Thankful this Thursday for each and every one of you. I have been remiss in the past few weeks with commenting and keeping up with my blogging friends. I seem to be running out of steam....just a bit, so I will be taking a break for a couple of weeks. If you are so inclined, please feel free to link up this Thursday. You are invited to the Inlinkz link […]
In the gardenI tend to drop my thoughtshere and there.To the flowersI whisperthe secrets I keepand the hopesI breathe.I know they are thereto eavesdropfor the angels. I have this lovely little fern that just sprouted on its own, possibly Leatherleaf Fern (Rumohra adiantiformis). I might have to remove some of the paving to give it space to spread. I just LOV […]