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Mid-spring Walkabout

the last of the daffodils, the last of the hyacinth

Daffodils, Lilacs and Hostas – Oh My!

It must be April! The daffodils have already been blooming like mad in an early spring frenzy. The one pictured here is a late-comer (if you can imagine a daffodil being late on the first of April. But isn’t he a beauty, all white and dapper with his pale yellow collar…     His name […]

s’More Apples

teeny tiny itty-bitty micro mini squishy marshmallows

Just a plain breakfast, please

I just love this Southern man to pieces – he wants sweet tea at every meal.

Veteran’s Day 11/11/11

Marriage Ceremonies for our Vets

Keeping my coffee hot…

I like my coffee hot. Not mostly hot, or a little bit hot, or fairly hot. Steaming, piping, right-from-the-pot hot.

Recipe for Annette’s Wedding Breakfast

Chapelure is just French for ‘bread crumbs’. To the best of my knowledge, nobody else calls their oven-baked French toast ‘bread crumbs’, so if you’re offered chapelure anyplace besides Timberwolf Creek… well… you might want to get more information!

October’s Bright Blue Weather

When springs run low, and on the brooks,
In idle golden freighting,
Bright leaves sink noiseless in the hush
Of woods, for winter waiting

Bridesmaid goes to Prom

It’s a pretty special day for this wedding fairygodmother.  Four years ago, we married a charming couple.  The bride was attended by her young teenaged daughter, who was behaving like a young teenaged daughter.  As a distraction, we offered to do a photo shoot of her alone.  Turned out that we all had a lot […]

Lily du Jour

This gorgeous day lily is called Moonlit Snow. Larry gave me this plant for Mother’s Day about eleventy bazillion years ago. Ok, more than ten years, anyway. I planted it right out front, and it has propagated and grown into a healthy lily that produces these enormous blooms. Today, there are about a dozen greeting […]

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