Has this week gone by fast or what? Can you believe it
is going to be Wednesday again. It is time for Wednesday
Words for Weight Loss hosted by Patrice from Everyday
I really enjoy her questions each week. Thank you Patrice
for doing this when I know how very busy you are right now on
Now on to the questions for this week.
How about heaven? I made an
apple pie tonight for dinner and as I stood there staring at it I was thinking about
adding it to the bottom of the pie crust and putting the apples on top. I didn't I just
thought about it. I think it should have it's own food group. I mean what doesn't
go good with cream cheese.
Since I am in a state of denial right now about the scale I have tried to keep
off of it. I get so introspective when I know how much I weigh. My son wrote
a poem for me once about the scale. " Scale, scale on the floor, please tell me
I don't weigh more." I was joking about that today the Evil Queens from Walt
Disney wouldn't have a magic mirror but scales. When I am not afraid of it
I weigh every Friday morning.
I should and I have some hanging in my pantry. I forget most of the time though.
When I know I am going to be in the kitchen a long time, I do put one on just
to save my clothes. Then after the holiday or special occasion all of the picture have
me in a apron because I forgot to take it off.
Yes, I love working in the garden.
Tell us about your garden(s).
My garden this year is going to be 7000 square feet.
We have the drip lines all laid out in it and it is almost ready for spring planting. We have
a piece of property that has sandy, river bottom land. It has excellent drainage. In the early
1900s the family who owned it were truck farmers. When my grandparents and parents lived
here we raised cattle. My field of dreams where my garden is now was once the pasture
for the cows. I plant all kinds of vegetables and of course sun flowers. We also grow fruit
and almonds and walnuts. I also grow boysenberries but we took the strawberries out
as just about on every street corner in the spring I can buy them from little strawberry
farms. I also grow different kinds of gourds.
Well of course, I have hugged my husband, and the kids
and the dog and a couple of chickens and of course Hobo kitty. I have hugged her lots
but that is for a whole post.
I hope you all have a lovely Wednesday. Thank you Patrice for some really great
questions this week.