Every year as Father’s Day rolls around, more and more people are not necessarily celebrating, as their father’s are no longer with them. I use this day to remember my father, grandfather, father-in-law and my husband, the father of my children. I hope you do the same.Continue reading “Happy Father’s Day, June 19, 2022”
It’s rhubarb season here and my plants are growing like crazy. Last week I posted a recipe for Rhubarb Custard Bars. This morning, I made Rhubarb Cookies. The recipe originally came from The Farmer’s Amanac, but it is no longer on their site. Fortunately, I had tweaked the recipe a bit and saved it. If you have rhubarb, give this a try.Continue reading “What I Baked This Week: Rhubarb Cookies”
At the end of each year, I try to put together a list of “New to Me Authors” I read during the year. It takes forever, so I decided to borrow an idea and a graphic from Lucy at Bookworm Blogger. At the end of each month I will post all the new to me authors from that month. It is now the end of May and I am posting for April & May, so let’s see what new authors I read. I will say, many of these new to me authors were wonderful and some have huge backlists, so my TBR is definitely growing.Continue reading “New to Me Authors: April & May 2022”
It’s rhubarb season here and my plants are growing like crazy. Yesterday, I made one of my favourite rhubarb desserts. It makes a 9X13 pan, so my kids each got a large portion. If you have rhubarb, give this a try.
The recipe comes from Taste of Home, and can be found here: Rhubarb Custard BarsContinue reading “What I Baked This Week: Rhubarb Custard Bars”
May 5th is Cinco de Mayo. It commemorates the Battle of Puebla in 1862. I didn’t really know a lot about how this celebration came to be, just that we ate Mexican food. Well, head over to Jill Dennison’s blog and read about the history and celebrations. https://jilldennison.com/2022/05/05/el-cinco-de-mayo/Continue reading “Happy Cinco de Mayo 💃🪅🇲🇽”
As a Christian, Easter is the most important Holy Day to me. I will be heading off to church, listening to music, reading and sharing my Hallelujahs throughout the day. To those of you who celebrate this meaning of Easter, I wish you a wonderful Easter. He is Risen, Hallelujah!
Easter also signifies new beginnings and the coming of spring. Easter bunnies, eggs, chocolate etc. So to those of you who celebrate this way, Happy Easter to you as well!
However you celebrate today, I wish you a Happy Easter, wonderful time with family, chocolate with no calories and a wonderful dinner. Enjoy today and the rest of the week.