This is one of our recent grocery shopping trips’ hauls. Note all the produce.. pears, baby carrots, bell peppers, apples, lettuce, spinach, grape tomatoes, asparagus, avocado… probably some more that’s hidden in there. So delicious! I can’t wait until our garden is giving us enough produce to replace a significant part of our usual grocery

May 16 2009
Category: Day-to-day. Zora

Outdoors, Zora will find a spot of shade to lay in, even if it’s only 70 degrees out. The sun is just too much for her to bear. If she hears the hose turn on to water the plants, she acts like she’s dying of thirst, but daren’t step out into the sun-warmed grass. It’s

His job: My job:

I love zucchinis. I think I could have 10 zucchini plants all producing and feel like it wasn’t quite enough. Last year there were so many zucchini recipes I wanted to try, but never got a chance to because we didn’t have enough, and then this sucker, a squash bug (or an army of them)

That’s the term I googled when I discovered them… aphids. Ugh. See, I noticed the bottom leaves turning brown… And at first I thought it was because they don’t get enough sunlight. Which… maybe they do, maybe they don’t, but it’s something I’m semi-concerned about. But when I looked closer I saw tiny green bugs

At the Threefoot Arts Festival in November 2008, I discovered some great artists, including¬† Charles Crossley, Robert Holleman, and Windham’s Woodworks who all returned for the Spring show this April. But this time there were a couple new artists worth mentioning! First of all… gorgeous day, good crowd, and lots of booths. There was a

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