Monthly Archives: March 2012
You will need 2 1/4 cups of (organic) unbleached all-purpose flour and 3 (farm-fresh) eggs, lightly beaten. That’s it.
Ever since I finished The Hunger Games at the end of January I have been itching to get my hands on a copy of Catching Fire, the second book of the blockbuster trilogy by Suzanne Collins. I began reading with … Continue reading
“Poetry is created from passion of the heart.” Valorie Baker
Hidden from the world, but only for a short season,
Chosen to take this bumpy road with no shoes, for a reason. Continue reading
I was recently challenged by a new friend Margaret Alexander of The Story Addict to dare to look back. She shared and engaging story of her First Day in America on her blog, then extended an invitation to a few others to share something they’d written many years ago. I accepted. Continue reading
I am registered for Balticon, the Maryland Regional Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention which will be held May 25-28. I am very excited! I hope to see you there. Here’s the link if you want to check it out…Balticon. Continue reading
I hear dogs barking at each other through the trees, guarding territory, or perhaps exchanging good squirrel chasing stories. The music of a hundred song birds surrounds me as they call to each other, and warn each other, or maybe they’re warning me. A flock of hens clucks softly, their calm conversations punctuated every now and then by the full-throated crow of a rooster reminding us that he’s in charge. Continue reading
If you want to see some real foodies in action you NEED to check out this website. Health Grub is a gourmet healthy meal DELIVERY service in San Diego, California. That’s right, all of you lucky residents in the San Diego area can get gourmet gluten-free meals made from scratch and delivered to your door! They have a beautiful website and even if you don’t live in San Diego you can follow their blog and learn all about Healthy Living. It makes me want to move to California!
A recent acquaintance and fellow writer Andi Cumbo of www.andilit.com posed this question in her blog post The 5 things that Blogging Gives Me as a Writer. I know I will neither express myself as eloquently, nor as concisely, as Andi, but I thought that answering this question, for myself and for you, would help to define the purpose of my blog.
I was hoping to have some pictures of a new calf for you today since two of our cows should be giving birth any minute now, but we’re still waiting. Instead I have several pictures to share of our beautiful weekend at home. We seem to be experiencing a very early spring, which has actually been more like summer, and we are taking advantage of the lovely weather.