The weather is warm (perhaps a little too warm the last few days) and the garden is growing!
In the excitement of planting the vegetable garden I forgot about planting the borage seeds…so they went in a little late. But they’ve come up now! There they are, […]
Adding her own touches to her cousin’s art
Modelling behaviour is a tenant in teaching our children. Household chores, caring for animals, respecting others, making music…and making art. Mausi’s papa’s cousin is staying with us for a bit this summer, and his hands are rarely still. With […]
With friends coming round for dinner last Saturday we decided we wanted to try something new. My parents had made delicious beer can chicken in the oven for a family celebration back in the spring. With lovely and moist meat, roasting the chickens with hot steamy beer on the inside seemed […]
One can never have too many hats. It’s true, one really cannot. Especially if you are very small, spend a great deal of time outdoors, and are prone to activities that result in hats badly in need of a wash.
Mausi still wears the hat I made her […]
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