I rushed home from church at 11:00 this morning to get busy on a double-batch of dinner rolls and a crock-pot sized mound of mashed potatoes (the gravy was made last night). Some friends thought it would be nice to have Thanksgiving early this
A post from five years ago, which came to mind last night when I was met at the door of our church by three-year old Eli, a world-class hugger. Oh, how I adore my short friends! 🙂 The Josh in this post was gone for about three years, but he’s
I woke this morning with a basket full of seeds and a head full of plans for where I’d plant them all. Sunflowers on the west side of my kitchen garden. Corn, peas, zucchini, squash and pickling cucumbers to the left of the greenhouse. Shasta
We’ve had no snow this year, and I can’t begin to tell you how heartbreaking that is for me. But last week, my sweet husband took me up to the mountains. Valentine’s Day was coming, and we needed a few days to ourselves, and he knew
It’s hard to beat the beauty of Seattle Center’s south fountain lawn during Winterfest–especially at night. Thousands upon thousands of white lights encrust the trees surrounding the expanse of grass, making you feel you’ve
We stood at a crossroads. If we walked straight, we could window shop along Seattle’s Fifth Avenue. If we turned right, we could walk down to the waterfront.
Who wants to look through windows when you can walk yourself closer to the water?