This was a reminder for people to wear masks during the pandemic.
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 »
I was impressed by all the great paintings and art in this gallery. My favorite is the amusing picture of the tiger cubs.
I was visiting my nephew and came across this dinosaur near McDonald’s. McDino anyone?
Legend states that when the foxglove bows its head, it means the faerie folk are out walking. It is considered lucky to have a foxglove growing from seed in your garden. Do not transplant it for it might mask a faerie home. Foxgloves are used in the medicine world to strengthen and stimulate your heart.
I try to stay out of politics. Everyone has their own opinion and I hate to get involved in arguments over such trivial nonsense, but I decided to share John Brennan’s remark from Sunday’s paper. Trump is known for his Twitter comments, but Mr. Brennan’s comeback I found awesome. Some people might not agree with…Read more »
This squirrel I have dubbed Mittens. He is bigger than the other squirrels that frequent my backyard and his paws and inner coat are white. He’s smart too. He figured out how to get into the birdfeeders even with gadgets supposed to stop squirrels. The other squirrels couldn’t figure out how to get up there.…Read more »
My husband had placed a towel over the doggie door yesterday and I was showing my little dog that he can still go out it, by pushing on the towel. The dog backed up. I saw something hanging from the edge of the towel and pulled it off, thinking it was a piece of fabric.…Read more »
When most people hear May Day, they may think of the famous distress call or even making a basket of flowers. Did you know that May Day or May 1st was actually the national moving day started by the Dutch in New York? The custom sprang from a city ordinance which required anyone who was…Read more »