When nature makes our winter garden decorations more spectacular!
Are you fascinated with Halloween? Do you want to know about its origins and history in general? Did you decorate your house? Are you having fun on Halloween? If your answer is yes, minimum twice, please click “continue reading.”
One of the joys of the Christmas season is re-discovering our treasured Christmas ornaments that are so meaningful for us. Here is a selection of some of those favorites.
“Do you want one?” a student asked me. Not really knowing what she was offering or what I was going to do with it once I had it, I quickly said, “Yes, sure.” I wanted to be polite. It was my first year of teaching at Seattle Preparatory School in Seattle, WA.
Many of us have numerous recipes hand-written in notebooks or on recipe cards, clippings from newspapers and magazines in a folder or drawer waiting be tried, recipes saved on our computer or bookmarked online. Some of us take pride in organizing them better than others, and some of us don’t care too much about this because if a recipe is needed, we can simply search the web.
I like simplicity in everything, including Christmas decorating. Too many lights, too many artificial things displayed, and too much glitter – it’s just too much for me. I believe, less can be more.