Taking Care of Mom

Wednesday, July 27 Today was a Pennsylvania day. My mother and brother live in Pennsylvania. More accurately, my brother lives in Pennsylvania and our mother lives with him. When mom first thought about moving to Pennsylvania, I had offered for her to stay in Maryland and live with me but it’s hard to separate aContinue reading “Taking Care of Mom”

Tuesday, July 26th

Tuesday, July 26th Today was much cooler than it has been lately and Jason encouraged me to go outside and enjoy my garden. So, I gave myself permission and I did just that! Give yourself permission In this fast paced world we live in, it’s important to give ourselves permission to just BE…to sit still…toContinue reading “Tuesday, July 26th”

A Dastardly Bee

Sunday, July 24th Today was going so well and I was accomplishing so much and then I was stung on my foot! Well, we think I was stung. I never actually saw the culprit but Jason thought it looked like a bee sting. Even now, some 8 hours later, it hurts so bad! I usuallyContinue reading “A Dastardly Bee”

Buttercup’s Monthly Doctor Appointment

Now that Buttercup has become an elderly bunny, she sees her veterinarian, Dr. Haskin, about once per month. I really can not say enough good things about Dr. Haskin and her team! You can find them at https://happierathomevet.com/ I could bring Buttercup less often to see Dr. Haskin but lately Buttercup needs a dental aboutContinue reading “Buttercup’s Monthly Doctor Appointment”

An Extra Busy Tuesday

Last Tuesday was super busy. I woke up extra early and headed to Pennsylvania to drop some things off to my brother and help our mother a bit. Our mother is elderly and lives with my brother. She can not do much for herself anymore and my brother does a great job of taking careContinue reading “An Extra Busy Tuesday”

Tidying the Kitchen Pantry

Today’s forecast is rain, so it’s a good day to reorganize the kitchen pantry. Despite the fact that the pantry was built along with the rest of the house, by the same company that built the house, the pantry has a very sparse, beginner-DIY look to it. On one half of the pantry, the shelvesContinue reading “Tidying the Kitchen Pantry”

A Garden Center, a Homeless Man and a Sunburn

A Garden Center, a Homeless Man and a Sunburn. Those 3 things do not sound like they go together, but they did for me on Friday. Where to start… This year, I told myself that I wasn’t going to buy any flowers. I would stick with the flowers that came back up from last yearContinue reading “A Garden Center, a Homeless Man and a Sunburn”

How to Fold a Fitted Sheet

Many people have difficulty folding fitted sheets because they just don’t know how to begin. I have been folding fitted sheets since I was quite young and if you know how to do it, you are halfway there! With a little practice, you’ll be folding your fitted sheets like a pro! The true first stepContinue reading “How to Fold a Fitted Sheet”

Today’s Main Goal

Today’s main goal is to fold and put away sheets and coverlets …or atleast fold them. It’s another beautiful day and it’s very difficult for me to be inside on a nice day. My heart is just constantly pulling me towards the outdoors and my gardens. Maybe it’s because I wasn’t really allowed to goContinue reading “Today’s Main Goal”

Low FODMAP Chicken Provençal

I’m always looking for new and delicious chicken recipes! As a teenager, I collected cookbooks and my favorite cookbook, along side of my vintage 1940s baking cookbook that had belonged to my grandmother, was 365 Ways to Cook Chicken! Now a days, I’m much busier than I was back then, so the recipes can notContinue reading “Low FODMAP Chicken Provençal”

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