What could be more delicate than a butterfly? Organic Whole Wheat Farfalle is the butterfly of pasta forms, winging its graceful way across plates of marinara or pesto sauce, or joining brightly colored summer vegetables in a cold salad for the picnic table. Our Whole Wheat Farfalle are made of organic semolina from the sunny […]
What do you get for your teenage girl’s Easter basket once she has gotten too old for egg hunting? Well, she probably still loves her candy—I know that I do—but it is fun to add several more grown up gifts to her basket, too. These Easter basket gift ideas are super affordable and are fun, […]
Hello Stampin’ Friends ~ I did not get my “alternative” project finished yet, however I do have a super cute card that we made at Cindy and Sarah’s stamping party (one of the Make -n- Takes. It’s super simple and perfect for your friend. I’m using the Beauty Abounds stamp set and nothing says spring […]
By David Turner. Who would have guessed, on the first day of February, when snow appeared for a few hours, that by the end of that same month we would enjoy summer conditions with temperatures reaching 20ºC most afternoons?
North of Half Moon Bay to North of Clarence (16.53 miles/26.61 kms) Woke up this morning and the tent was wet from the light rain last night. Luckily I had thought of it last night and covered the Wheelie with the poncho. As always, after a rain it takes me longer to wipe the tent […]
Natal lies just 30 km from the north-eastern part of South America at Cape Sao Roque, and so is the closest part of the continent to Africa and Europe. It was first visited by Portuguese navigators in 1501, but no settlement was established until the building of the Forte dos Reis Magos (the Fort of […]
This blog is a personal reflection on New Zealand society, on schools, classes and students, and on random topics in general. The opinions expressed here do not reflect those of the owner of this blog and should not be construed as truthful representations of anything resembling reality. While every attempt has been made to ascertain […]
Thursday, March 21 – Charlotte, North Carolina “So do you understand the direction I wanted to go with this now?” The production manager asks Chase after they got done filming a series of scenes together. “I understand the idea, but still am interested to see how this comes together,” Chase openly admits. “I openly will […]
Down The TBR Hole #24
I hope you are all having a lovely start of the weekend. I love doing these posts, and this time I am so excited to share a little piece of my world along with the 10 titles of the week. Let’s begin:
Photo Credit: Eric Ray Davidson Golden Hour by Kacey Musgraves is a country pop album released back in 2018 with a very interesting character to it. Calling the album Golden Hour is an understatement to the aura that it projects on to the listener. This album features strings, multiple vocal synths and tons of reverb. […]
Another year, another fabric collage milestone. Last March I launched the Fabric Collage Master Class Manual. This was my attempt to distill as much as possible of what I knew about fabric collage into one online learning resource. I used text, photos and especially video to lead users through the fabric collage process. For this […]
The March spread for my 2019 bullet journal. Insects!