Chad and I would like to wish everyone and happy and blessed Thanksgiving! I hope you are spending your weekend like us with lots family, friends and FOOD!
When the year winds down, sometimes it is hard to find the natural beauty. If you look hard enough, it is always there to find. This time of year the beauty lies in the details: a fallen leaf, a hickory nut shell or some dried grass.
Thanksgiving will be here in just a few days so instead of my weekly menu plan, today I am writing about my favorite holiday recipes. These are all tried and true dishes that your family will love. Included are main dishes, side dishes, breads, and all kinds of yummy desserts. If you haven’t made your … More Favorite Holiday Recipes
Have you read any of Philippa Gregory’s books? She writes historical fiction (of course) and is one of my favorite authors. I have just finished “The Taming of The Queen” which is the fourth book in Mr. Gregory’s The Tudor Court series. I have always had a fascination with that time in England’s history and … More The Taming of The Queen-A Book Review
“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.”-Emily Bronte
We are not big fans of cold weather around here, but fall is here and winter is on its way. The best thing about cooler weather (besides the cute sweaters and boots) is homemade soup! This Hamburger Soup recipe is a hearty and healthy meal full of beef and vegetables that is sure to fill … More Hamburger Soup
I sometimes wonder what goes through an animal’s mind when they see us humans going about our day. Do they have the thought process to wonder why we do the things we do or are they just wondering when we are going to feed them again? I know these cows like to eat!
Let me tell you, last week was a total whirlwind for me. Nothing bad happened, but it felt like we were on the go constantly. When Friday night rolled around, all I wanted to do was find my couch and crash. Thankfully, this week should be much quieter and I even have a couple of … More Menu Plan Monday
The book “The Winter Sea” by Susanna Kearsley was recommended to me by Goodreads since I am a huge fan of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series. The two books do have a lot in common. Both deal with the Jacobite risings in Scotland, albeit two different ones. Both are set in Scotland and have a time … More The Winter Sea-A Book Review
1 Chronicles 16:33 Let the trees of the forest sing, let them sing for joy before the Lord, for he comes to judge the earth. Being out in the woods is one of the most peaceful places on earth, in my opinion. I love to stand among the trees and hear their songs, and, yes, … More Let the Trees Sing!