I would much rather bake, make or dig in the dirt than clean my house.
Various things to do, read and eat.
In case you missed it, my favorite Riverkeeper was on the local news over the weekend talking about his organization’s new initiative. You can find out more info on being a James River Hero at their website.
Lesa is having an apron pattern giveaway. One can never have enough aprons. I’m thinking about making one to garden in.
Want a quick and easy dinner? Look no further. Peanut Sauce that is quick, easy and good with just about anything. We like it with rice noodles and any combination of nuts, veggies, tofu, and shrimp.
Have you read Frecklewonder’s guide to thrifting? Parts 1, 2 and 3. She knows her thrifting. I was in her neck of the woods this weekend and when we passed the Goodwill, Edie was feeling it. I wasn’t, but considering all the times my gal has put up with my thrifting, I thought I’d play along and we stopped in. She scored. Two dresses, a new blouse for the upcoming chorus concert and the sweetest little denim jacket with pink trim. Never ignore the call of the thrifts.
I’m currently on a dry German Riesling kick for those you wondering what wine I’m drinking these days. I’ve yet to fall head over heels with one label, but generally, if it says it’s dry and it’s on sale for less than $10, I’ll give it a try. I think a longer post on this might be coming if anyone is interested.
The cotton candy picture has absolutely nothing to do with anything. No, I did not eat both of those, I shared part of one with Edie at her school’s Spring Fair Friday night. There really is nothing better than freshly spun cotton candy. It’s a certain kind of happy.