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Earlier this week we packed up and headed out towards Marble Falls to do some berry pickin’ at Sweet Berry Farms. I’d never been berry picking before and we had just narrowly missed strawberry season. You see, strawberries don’t last long in the Texas heat. But you know what thrives in this ridiculous heat? Blackberries! […]
Get ready for the zucchini recipes. My garden is in fully swing producing them so I’ll be cooking a lot of them! First up, zucchini bread. I had actually never made zucchini bread before – mainly because I didn’t really grow up eating zucchini. In fact, I don’t think it was until college that I […]
To read more about why I post these stories click here. Esperance Mukasekuru is a successful weaver who lives in Karenge, Rwanda. She buys used bed sheets and bed covers and then skillfully weaves colorful designs into them, increasing their value and thereby allowing her to profit from their resale. Esperance joined HOPE’s Rwandan partner, […]
Can I just say again how much I like Patricia Bravo? This NMS used Filigree Deco Plants in Teal and Goldsmiths Work in Fresh. I think it’s just beautiful. Hmm shoulda ironed the nursing cover before taking that picture… The lifesaving sling… Perfect for those early days… And the later days too! And no set […]
Things are going crazy in my little 4×4 garden. Check this out (and pretend like my grass is mowed): Those tomatoes on the right are taller than I am. The zucchini is starting to take over. In fact, this garden seems to be putting forth many things that are larger than average. Look at this: […]
Monkey man loves his new little splash pool! I have a feeling we are going to be spending a lot of time out on our patio!