Spring Days


I love the idea of a eucalyptus wreath.  The one above was made with faux eucalyptus and a few sprigs of real eucalyptus to have the fragrance.  I also love the arch mirror.


I also love the idea of building a green house out of old windows.  And I love the idea of little flat rocks for garden paths.



The above wine was awarded one of the best in the world Rose wine.  It only costs $8.99 at Aldi’s and Trader Joe’s.  What a nice refreshing wine to try for summer.


I would love to have a little waterfall like the above and have gold-fish in the little pond with the rocks around it.  I love the lily pads as an extra special touch.


I also love the idea of a fire pit with Adirondack chairs around it.  I love the flat rocks making a kind of circle patio.


Lemon Cheesecake is like a must bake for Spring.  I pinned a recipe on my desserts board on my Pinterest that sounded really good.


I got a pasta bowl at T J Max that is my favorite dish.  I like the colors and the sunflowers on it.  I made a Greek salad using Ina Gartens recipe and it was perfect for that dish.


Then today I made a Bean Soup and the dish worked perfect as a dish for that soup.  I made up my own recipe using Paula Dean’s seasoning and some thyme.  I found a low sodium chicken broth at the Food Co-op that I really like.  I had rainbow carots, celery and onions to start the soup and then added Canellini beans and power greens.  It made a nice lunch for a kind of chilly Spring day.


I love a picket fence and a trellis gate idea like the above.  It’s just classic and never goes out of style.


I love the tea party idea that I saw for little Pistachio Bundt Cakes with Lemon Curd.  I put the recipe on my Pinterest tea ideas board.


I like how they decorate the window at the Taftsville store.


The Farmers Markets start opening this week.  I can’t wait to start going to them.

I haven’t been posting in my blog lately.  I kind of got writers block.  But am going to start enjoying my blog again.


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