Removing the pits from small black cherries, one by one, the thought came to me that there are those who think I don’t work. The reality is that I produce luxury products for a very select clientele, sometimes only the number of two.
I painted this watercolour to be used to make the labels for my jam. I only need three of them.
Then I prepared a dish to take to the end of the year meal for our choir.
Eggs from our chickens, salad, herbs and flowers from the garden.
Sometimes it’s not a bad thing be a bit negligent in the garden. A chard plant went to seed last spring and I didn’t remove it until this spring which has resulted in hundreds of chard seedlings. Since I need the space for beans, I weeded the area, separating the chard-weeds from the weed-weeds and brought them in for dinner. Lightly wilted with butter melted into them, delicious!
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Just waiting for those pods to get bumpy. Aren’t they cute? My sister gave them to me and I keep them on hand for installing art exhibits. This time they clipped some wire for holding together a structure to protect and support sweet peas. Whenever my husband sees them, he seems to look at […]
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“When sitting the brother sees the flower wilting and the rust coming out, he feels his bone bending; then into his head the hoe comes to till the garden that never fades. The brother that is clear-sighted goes out of his own head, goes up into My Hand. His head becomes gold […]