One of the first things every girl should learn how to do: The Princess Wave Little Emory learned this new trick from her Aunt Jamey, after noticing how she was watching her hands. Here is Uncle Dan holding her, as we are all laughing at her gentle slow wave from side to side….the people at [...]
At the break of dawn two car loads of Maryville Ravelers headed to Atlanta for the Stitches South event….had a great time shopping and seeing friends from Atlanta….we returned with boatloads of yarn, patterns and ideas for new projects.
Walking out the ramp to see the great outdoors for the first time …. The chicken coop has two chicken doors, this one is to the little yard at the entry and the side door takes them to their large yard with a movable electric poultry fence. This fence hopefully will keep them in and [...]
Movin’ on up….the girls were packed up and moved out to the chicken coop. They squealed, they squawked, then settled in. The chicks are 8 weeks old now and working on pecking order as to who will be Queen. The girls coming over to Dan for a snack. Everybody wanted to “roost” when I sat down! There are [...]
Garden gazebo at the La Playa Hotel in Carmel – where we were married 21 years ago!
Emory’s first Easter at Cousin Geri & Joe’s Keeping with the peep theme – Joe’s Peep Mojitos Geri’s Peep Cupcakes…
For some reason I did not have any requests to make my Easter Jello Peep Salad again this year for the holiday buffet. Wonder why?? So I wanted to share the recipe anyway (and remind the family that Peeps keep forever…so the peep salad may appear again). Jello Peep Salad Jello – Large size any light [...]