FLOWERS AND FLOURS (Bread with Cassava and Almond Flour)

Happy Sunday Readers –  As I prep for a bit of a June Blog Fast – (one more post coming after this one)  I have to share this FLOURS and FLOWERS post — First, the flours.  Cassava-root flour mixed equally with finely-ground almond flour makes for some tasty bread items.  Easy Biscuit Recipe INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup of … More FLOWERS AND FLOURS (Bread with Cassava and Almond Flour)

A Wild and Simple Kinda Sunday (#OWS & Lens-Artists #48)

Happy Sunday Readers –  The lens-artists theme this week (here) is “Wild” – and here are a few photos to connect to the theme: Sweater of many colors- a little wild…. colors and fringe –  this is her art. Must’ve been a wild n’ crazy night: Now check out this WILD price for a set … More A Wild and Simple Kinda Sunday (#OWS & Lens-Artists #48)

Changing Seasons May 2019 (Garden Delight and 2 Emily Dickinson Fame Poems)

 Hello Everyone  May 2019 went by so fast. The word that comes to mind for this month is “garden delight”  – because my time in the garden was especially sweet after the last two years of not having much garden time – long story – M-but this year – alive and fresh: hands in dirt – photographs … More Changing Seasons May 2019 (Garden Delight and 2 Emily Dickinson Fame Poems)

Thursday Doors (Glass Doors – and 2 Misc – from the archives)

Hello Readers – next month, June 2019, I am going to try and use up photos from Prirohouse archives. Still thinking about the best way to do that  – but archive sharing also starts today. To join in with Norm’s Door Crew again this week, I have doors pulled from dusty digital folders.  First – … More Thursday Doors (Glass Doors – and 2 Misc – from the archives)

Wednesday Weekly Smile – (Flowers & DIRT CURE Book Part 1)

After visiting with my blog friend Trent, and seeing his weekly smile challenge, I thought about what has made me smile every day for the last ten days. This colorful bouquet of flowers: __ This pink carnation broke off (but it was not missed at all – the bunch was pretty full)  The carnation sure … More Wednesday Weekly Smile – (Flowers & DIRT CURE Book Part 1)

Two-for-Tuesday: Trashed Transportation & Preserved Chairs (A TIME FOR EVERYTHING)

Hello readers – It is #twosday and today I have TWO Photos of items at the end of their life cycle:  There is a time to recycle or crush and throw away: HOWEVER…. There is also A TIME TO KEEP. A time to extend the life —  preserve items – cherish them.  Like these chairs for Pull Up A … More Two-for-Tuesday: Trashed Transportation & Preserved Chairs (A TIME FOR EVERYTHING)

Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth (Lens-Artists 47, #OWS, Sunday Trees)

The theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge (here) relates to five elements: Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth Amy invites us to “interpret metal, wood, water, fire, and earth with your favorite photos to express ‘the only home we’ve ever known’. Feel free to choose one, two… or all five elements.” My take:    Combining Sunday … More Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth (Lens-Artists 47, #OWS, Sunday Trees)

FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Emily Dickinson Bee Poem & Hope is Thing with Feathers)

Happy Friday Readers, For those who need a splash of color – this flower photo is for you. For those that need a little lift, Emily Dickinson’s Hope is the Thing with Feathers poem is for you.  There are many things to extract from this next poem, but my top takeaway is that IF hope … More FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Emily Dickinson Bee Poem & Hope is Thing with Feathers)

Garage Doors from The Fan Neighborhood (Dickinson Poems AFRAID and I’M NOBODY)

  Happy Thursday Everyone. Joining Norm 2.0 and the Door Crew with GARAGE DOORS from The Fan neighborhood in Richmond, VA. My top three Garage doors from The Fan: The Fan neighborhood has the name because of the “triangular-fan shape” streets make from Belvidere to Boulevard. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Go … More Garage Doors from The Fan Neighborhood (Dickinson Poems AFRAID and I’M NOBODY)

Two-for-Tuesday: ART, GARDEN, SIGNS (Dickinson’s poem- Summer has Two Beginnings)

Hello readers – It is #twosday – so here are some pairs: and please note –  this is a  little  “hodge podge” – today we have FIVE pairs and one Dickinson poem for Two-for-Tuesday: — Two Types of Art:        Two Abstract Photos: Two Signs:    Two Comics: __   Two Garden Shots:  These … More Two-for-Tuesday: ART, GARDEN, SIGNS (Dickinson’s poem- Summer has Two Beginnings)