This is our last day of the “30 Day Photo Challenge.” I have really enjoyed this challenge and I’m going to miss it! And I will miss the daily contact with the guest bloggers. For today, I just took a walk through the yard and took a picture of everything that I saw that was red! Such beautiful weather we've been having!
I also added a picture of the mum in our front flower bed for September Sundays. The mum made a bigger change over the month than the others and it is BEAUTIFUL today! It has grown so large and the flowers are so abundant. We have enjoyed watching it this month!
This is the last day of “Your Tree” – a picture taken of the same tree every Sunday for the month of September. However, our trees haven’t changed much during this month! I may have to continue this experiment through October!
this morning, my husband drove our little family to a nearby town, about ten miles away, to one of our favorite coffee shops. rain was gently falling from the sky, and it was cool and cloudy. baby fell asleep. i embraced the silence and held my husband's hand. we went through the drive through and came right back home. baby woke, needing fed and changed. cookies were made, laundry started, and dishes done. baby fed again, and asleep again. ahhhh, finally able to finish my now-luke-warm-latte... Stephanie
I am one happy lady. A is taking a culinary class this semester and so tonight we were treated to a meal – prepared and served by A and his friend T. The recipe they used came from A’s class.
Not only did we get delicious food – They cleaned up after themselves!!
Stroganoff Sandwiches (recipe from A’s class) 3/4 Lb ground beef 2 green onions, chipped 1/2 C sour cream 1/2 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 tsp. Garlic Powder 1/2 Loaf French Bread, cut in half horizontal butter or margarine 1 Tomato, sliced 1/2 green pepper, cut into rings 2/3 C shredded Marble Jack Cheese In skillet cook meat and onion until meat is browned, drain fat. Stir in sour cream, Worcestershire sauce, and garlic powder. Heat through; do not boil. Meanwhile, cut bread into half lengthwise. Place halves, spread lightly with butter or margarine, cut side up on baking sheet. Broil on low for 2-3 minutes. Watch your bread so it doesn’t burn. Spread hot meat mixture on one piece of toasted bread. Halve tomato slices and green pepper rings. Arrange tomato and green pepper alternately atop meat mixture. Broil for 5 minutes. Sprinkle with cheese; and broil about 2 minutes longer. Slice to serve. Makes 4 servings.
the leaves are turning colors. i especially love the red hues. it will soon be time for the temperatures to drop and bonfires to break out, complete with hot dogs and smores. time to hear many conversations about football and the countdown for Christmas shopping, neither of which i speak of much. time to decide on Halloween costumes and Thanksgiving menu/plans. the leaves are turning colors.
Yesterday and today we spent many hours doing our job. Going from one garage sale to another. We were all over town. We did not see any trees changing colors. It's still early here. But at the farm store the other day we saw some beautiful cabbages with all of their beautiful colors.