Sometimes I feel like the world of decorating has finally caught up with my own eclectic style. Pinterest and other online sites now share and extol the random and budget friendly decor I learned from my grandmother. She never bought… Read More ›
The grossest thing I eat (and enjoy)
We all have that one dish that makes others wonder just WHY we would put THAT in our mouth. I have a wonderful American friend of Japanese lineage, that is very careful who sits next to her when she eats… Read More ›
Use up the yarn, holiday bunny
Every year I like to make something crafty for holiday gift giving. It’s something small I stick in with the large box of candy that I give all the neighbors. Also I like to donate to a few of my… Read More ›
Happy Thanksgiving, and has anyone seen little Charles?
I just think wearing a turkey costume in a field is not the wisest move. Enjoy this vintage card, and your family, this Thanksgiving! Related articles Execupundit Ten Commandments For Thanksgiving (futurelawyer.typepad.com) Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!! (boonetowneseamsta.com) Thanksgiving Fashion (madisonmuse.com)
Friday Flick: Thanks for Serving
My relative from Maryland in his uniform. Civil War, we aren’t sure if he’s the one we have a few letters from or not, so unsure of his name. (any suggestions what the ribbon means?) WWI, have cigar, will travel!… Read More ›
The newest thing in American fast food seems to be pretzel bread! Wendy’s has a new burger featuring a bun of pretzel, and Sonic has a pretzel hot dog bun. The bun is of course soft pretzel in nature, but… Read More ›
Secret of a happy marriage? Marry someone with a mom that is as bad a cook as you are.
My husband grew up around horses. He spent many years showing horses, and those of you that love and own horses know they are a labor of love, but labor none the less. He and his family spent much of… Read More ›
Edgar Allen Poe’s Baltimore
My daughter Aynsley and I recently went to visit my mother for a few days. She lives in Ellicott City Maryland. My daughter had only a few requests, and one was to see the Edgar Allen Poe house and grave… Read More ›