I found this inside one of my antique cookbooks and thought I’d share it. It starts out about making a cake, but it is really about this woman’s day with her kids. To make a cake, light the oven. Get out utensils and ingredients. Remove blocks and toy autos from table. Grease pan. Crack nuts.…Read more »
Today my family & I went to Ocean Shores for the sandfest and sawdust festival. It was amateur day for sandcastle building. The teacher had an adorable dragon. The chainsaw artists were great too.
Don’t you love this season? The flowers are blooming.
I was impressed by all the great paintings and art in this gallery. My favorite is the amusing picture of the tiger cubs.
Issaquah is country town with intriguing shops and old time theatres. Many people hike the mountain trails or bike ride. I hadn’t been to their zoo in years and decided to visit it. I was impressed with the changes and more animals added for a small zoo. A local artist opened an art gallery on…Read more »
Here is a humorous tidbit I found tucked inside a book. Married Woman’s Cake: 1 pound of love 1 pound perfect trust and confidence pinch of unselfishness sprinkle of interest in all he does mix all with a gill of oil of sympathy flavor with a bright fireside and a lovely kiss bake well all…Read more »
I found this advice in an old cookbook and thought I would share it. It’s called, How to Preserve a Husband. Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young and take only such varieties as have been reared in a good, moral atmosphere. When once decided upon and selected, let that part remain…Read more »