My favorite breakfast: toast with avocado
Here are some of our family favorites that will quench your thirst. An added bonus: they are easy to make, and they have a lot less sugar than store-bought choices.
Today, I checked on the pea plants and found NOTHING
I’m the person who would rather curl up with a book (and some cookies), than get on the treadmill. My doctors have told me that exercise is my medicine, and I need it every day.
Over the years, I’ve tried different cleaning products. Now, I find basics are best.
It is possible to be happy eating only protein and produce after 2 p.m. It just takes some planning.
I’ve got basil growing in the front, along with rose bushes. Why not? Basil looks good all season long.
I wasn’t going to risk our health, or contribute to the planet’s declining health, by resorting to weed treatments.
Looks like something from Star Wars, right?
We were just finishing a hike on a portion of the Buckeye Trail.
Are you wondering why sugar snap peas are labeled “stringless,” when it seems like all you get is strings after cooking them?
It’s not the peas. It’s you. (Sorry!)
The long wait for spring was answered by a beautiful burst of plant life.
Daffodils were my favorite flowers when I was a little girl. I couldn’t imagine anything…
The cold spring set bloom time back a bit, so we are just enjoying the last of the daffodils and forsythia.
Why are we so ready to challenge anyone who volunteers to share their experience?