“That time of year thou mayst in me behold When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang Upon those boughs which shake against the cold, Bare ruined choirs, where late the sweet birds sang. In me thou see’st the twilight of such day… As after sunset fadeth in the west; Which by and by… Read More Old Time Classic Poetry
We set around the kitchen fire,
an’ has the mostest fun!… Read More Talkin’ with the Children in Autumn, Vintage Literature
My husband claims he has never met anyone who gets so much joy from changing a couple of coffee cups and items around on a few shelves.
I think he secretly loves it that I get so excited, though, because he made the shelves for me, and he is a Big Coffee Drinker! He and I gather here very early every morning to pour a few cups and chat before getting dressed and ready to face the day.
… Read More Let Summer Begin: The Coffee Bar
Some days I feel incredibly blessed, and then other times I get quite discouraged. That’s when I turn to my scriptures… the ones I have framed, and the memorized… Read More Let Faithfulness Never Leave
How much time do I have left?
… Read More Long enough to make a difference…
Originally posted on gardeningB:
I love peanut butter—spooned straight out of the jar, on bread, in a pie, in sauce, and in a shake! The ingredients are non-hydrogenated peanut butter, very ripe bananas, fresh figs and soy milk. You can use a nut milk or dairy if you prefer. © 2015 Beatriz Portela and gardeningB.com.…
At the looks of my raised garden today, I will have bright red, juicy tomatoes all the way up to Thanksgiving.… Read More “Special Pasta Sauce” (for those Surplus Tomatoes, and Project # 38 of the 40)
George Washington said, “Labor to keep alive in your breast that spark of celestial fire called a Conscience.” I try to be very careful in all I think and do, but sometimes I get off track and I become down on myself, feeling shame and guilt for things that really are not appropriate to me. … Read More That Spark of Celestial Fire called a Conscience
I do tend to get overwhelmed with things sometimes.
I am working on patience. One step at a time. … Read More The Grand Teacher