The early hours of the morning are my favorite of the entire day. If it’s a week day, they start a little faster and earlier, at 4:30, to be exact. I rise quickly to make breakfast and pack a lunch for my husband before I send him off to work. A weekday breakfast is usually his fruit
There’s nothing like a piece of spiced pumpkin bread on a cool fall or cold winter morning. This recipe comes from my mother-in-law, Grandma Sweetman. Hence the name Grandma’s Pumpkin Bread Recipe. 🙂 For years she would give these as gifts and refuse to give the recipe. If she were here now, she’d probably
Old Fashioned Banana Bread Recipe. How to make good old-fashioned banana bread (known back in the days as a tea loaf and meant to be sliced thin and spread with butter before eating.) The perfect recipe is hard to find. It’s probably one of the questions we hear most often. So here is our favorite
I was explaining to my husband that I’d found the perfect analogy for our relationship. Many people have difficulty understanding the dynamic of our marriage, but the story of the Goose that lays the golden eggs is perfect. Let me explain. Assume that my husband is the farmer and I am the goose.
(click on the image to enlarge) I found this and a ton of other fun 1958 Christmas photos and info here: http://www.lileks.com/misc/xmasmags/1958/6.html I highly recommend a visit there.
Hello ladies! My apologies for being off the radar for a while. The truth is that my life has been evolving to something unexpected and wonderful, and it’s just so busy that this poor blog gets pushed to the background. I’ll try to be more attentive. As some of you know, I’m also an