Getting Framed. Re-blogging this from Elizabeth Peterson

I love Getting Framed.. From Sarah: This is a must read for those of you who truly miss your hubbies when they are traveling . I really enjoyed Elizabeth’s story. I have a love /hate time when Danny is forced to travel for the state . Fortunately, he doesn’t have to travel very much any more and…

Reblogged From Blogger: Home Joys Hog Maw Casserole and Making Hog Maw

http://sarah-kasch.blogspot.com/2015/04/hog-maw-casserole-and-making-hog-maw-by.html http://homejoys.blogspot.com/2015/04/hog-maw-casserole.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FsCrHg+%28Home+Joys%29 http://homejoys.blogspot.com/2014/01/makin-hog-maw.html From Sarah:My Great German Grandma lived on a small farm in Wisconsin, My  great grandparents had 9 kids. A Huge white farmhouse. They had an outhouse. Grandpa fetched water with a YOKE. One summer when I was visiting, my great grandma taught me to make hog maw. When we started butchering on…

Animals In And Around Our Neck Of The Woods

Danny and I never tire of seeing the deer in our yard or any of the other wild animals that actually come to visit us at home.. In Our Yard. We have never fed them. They just come. Then there are the animals we see on our rides here at the park.  So many of…

ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST

Originally posted on Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth:
Another one of the bloggers with whom I have been in close communication for more than a year just shut down. I suppose I knew something was happening because he wasn’t posting as often. Nor was he displaying the cleverness and enthusiasm characteristic of his past…

LIKE IT SHOULD BE

Originally posted on Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth:
Everything is as it should be. No matter how strange or bizarre, in the end, it’s right. It does not mean we are happy about the way our book of life is written.  Where is my shelf of bestsellers? My big house on the cliff overlooking…

This Past Week In Our Neck Of The Woods

This will be the first time I have tried to write a post like this with lot’s of pictures and descriptions. We had a rather uneventful week here on Rolling Meadows Ranch (RMR). Or at least I did. Danny worked at the park all week. We are still in the busy season and full of…

Mowed The Yard From Fence To Fence

Feeling pretty good. I AM NOT a morning person. I am a late night ..can’t sleep gal. So when I walked out the door 30 minutes after I got Danny off and started up the lawn mower…I was on a roll. Almost 3 hours later I was cleaning the grass /weeds from the mower. Blowing…

a very well turned leg…

Originally posted on Food, Photography & France:
Among the many things with which I am familiar but, on closer examination, about which I know next to nothing, is the Bible. I undoubtedly absorbed more from Cecil.B,DeMille’s version of Biblical events than I did from the hours of instruction, through which I day dreamed, by raw boned Jesuits who…

Community Pool

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
Have you just published a new post and are dying for some feedback? Did you recently start your blog and could use some layout or design advice from your more seasoned peers? Tap into the wisdom of The Daily Post blogging community and leave your question here in the comments. Others can…

The Dinner Party Collective Begins!

Originally posted on The Dinner Party Collective:
To all, a warm welcome to The Dinner Party Collective! We are a group of 12 dedicated and passionate Food and Wine Bloggers from right around the world who are coming together to collaborate and create what will be an ever-growing series of seasonal menus. In time, there will…

Pimiento Cheese

Originally posted on maren ellingboe:
    On last week’s episode of “Better Call Saul” (which, if you haven’t watched it yet, is great–but watch “Breaking Bad” first), Mike Ehrmentraut calls pimiento cheese “the caviar of the south.” Having just made pimiento cheese for a dinner party, I thought this description very apt–with a similarly salty…