Archive for November, 2014
Our Great Pyrenees pup is five weeks old. He will be moving to his new home with Dr. Bradford on December 13th.Â This pup has a big future, including visits to the Lake Place in Northern Minnesota.
Good friends made for a Happy Thanksgiving day. Thanks for coming, Pastor Sam, and for bringing your beautiful family.
It was so fun gathering white pine needles for my tinctures with my son John.Â Happy! Happy! Happy!
While in Indiana, visiting my son, we went out for a Root beer float.Â This photo was put on face book and some of my face book friends seem to think it is a glass of beer that I am holding. For clarification, it is Root beer with a scoop of vanilla ice cream floating […]
From my front window–winter is beautiful at sunset.
Here we are at the Como Conservatory in Minneapolis — trying to pretend it isn’t bitter cold out side. It is a temporary fix on winter!
My kitchen is full of bottles and jars.Â Today, I am working onÂ tinctures and herbal oils and learning as I go.Â All the herbs were gathered six weeks ago and are now ready for the straining and bottling process. So far, I have been able to “test” the Plantain tincture. It worked wonders on […]
This is the kind of day and demands Hot Chocolate!Â Just saying.
A blanket of snow covers my garden. The season of rest has arrived. The land will be still and quiet; the winter will be long and hard. My harvest has been good. I am grateful. The works of the Lord are great, studied by all who have pleasure in them. Psalm 111:2
The day is gray and cold and windy. It is perfect for making hot, spicy chilli, and Jalapeno corn bread! There are some things that I learned in Texas that make this day in Minnesota Happy! Happy! Happy!