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last week…

Last week was a great one. … it rained.  Yes! It rained for two days.  It felt so good. … and the weekend was also really hot.  95 on Saturday.  95F for a late weekend in September? Seems a little too … Continue reading

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making elderflower fizz

  The first meal we had at our friends Mac and Ros’s home, they served the kids Elderflower Fizz.  Oh my.  What a treat!  We had never had it before, and we were hooked. We picked elder flowers from their … Continue reading

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last weeks in our garden

It’s funny because during the past years, I’ve turned into the helper of these wonderful gardeners I live with.  And to tell you the truth, this year is so little what I have done to help with it, compared to … Continue reading

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this week in my kitchen :: blog hop

I’m back playing along with Heather from Beauty That Moves this week again, sharing photos of our kitchen.  I know I’ve missed photographing most of the meals this week, but I’ll get back in the swing of things.  I know I will. Summer … Continue reading

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the forgotten early spring photos

Early in the spring I took photos.  With colors, the rain, the sunshine, the warmth, the cool air, all seems to sprout at once after our winters.   And spring came and is gone.  Now, onto summer.

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a garden tour

The garden has been done mostly by Siena and Mark.  They’ve started the plants from seeds, Siena watered them every day without forgetting.  Set up the greenhouse back in March, and have kept their plants growing. They had lots of plants.  Siena … Continue reading

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The poppies I have in the front yard are so beautiful.  They come up quietly in the early spring, and all of a sudden they open, with its paper-like petals, filled with color, and the dark filaments. So so beautiful. … Continue reading

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