Growing tomatoes from seed is a great way to try new varieties. It’s easy, too!
I don’t mean to bombard this blog with recipes, but during the winter I cook. A lot. And since I can’t spend much time preparing a meal, my slow cooker is frequently involved. I love the fact I can throw food into a cooker, go about my business and have a nice meal or […]
For the most part, living in the country, out of the city lights and noise, is a wonderful dream come true. It does, however, have some disadvantages. As our area continues to grow by leaps and bounds, the drive to work gets longer and longer. I leave my house before seven and get home around […]
Making honey is no small feat for a bee. Foraging bees must first visit many flowers to collect nectar. Then, it is brought to the hive where a worker bee takes the nectar and places it in one of the openings in the specially prepared comb. Bees then fan the nectar with their wings to remove as much […]
This time of year, the gardens are filling in nicely with a mixture of annuals and perennials. When the summer heat begins to build, I usually devote my garden walks to the early morning or late evening (late evening being my favorite.) During the day though, these plants provide several species of bees, wasps, flies, and […]
*this is a sponsored post In a traditional school, different subjects require different teaching methods. I remember learning math with a big chalkboard and pencils with good erasers. English and reading were done in quiet classrooms or libraries and science was hands-on in a lab permanently encapsulated in its own unique smell. Now, imagine yourself doing classwork in a […]