Can you believe the weather here in Middle Tennessee? It was warm enough again on Sunday (yesterday) to open the windows for a while. If it weren’t for the powerful morning winds, I probably would have had breakfast and coffee on the porch or deck every day this week. I’m concerned, however, that this might mean a lengthy, hot summer. We will see.
I’ve made baking powder biscuits, and the honey is on the table. So are the bourbon peach preserves I made last summer. Grab a mug and pour yourself a cup of coffee and let’s talk.
I will be so glad when Friday’s inauguration is over. Continue reading “CONVERSATIONS OVER COFFEE”
I found this “poster” on Pinterest one day and traced it back to “A Merry Life.”
If you are like me, projecting what I will accomplish when the year is over is a daunting task. Life has so many curve balls it can throw at us – both good and bad.
True, I have some ideas of what I would like to accomplish. For example, when we moved into our house, I knew that at some point I would need to paint the guest room – neon lime green with hot pink sheer curtains is just not something I wanted to subject any guest to. Continue reading “TUESDAY TIDBITS”
I dusted off the camera bag and took the two cameras to Northern Illinois for the holidays. Result: no pictures. I had wanted to take pictures, but I was sucked into the vortex of enjoying time with my family and friends.
I love photography and I am once again joining the throng of people who participate in the WordPress’s Weekly Photo Challenge. This week’s challenge focuses on names.
As Romeo states, “What’s in a name?” Continue reading “PHOTO THERAPY”