I love to make these windchimes. Here are two of my wind chimes that hang on my back patio. This windchime is the larger one and has silver serving pieces: spatula, spoon, fork, a candle lopper and salad tongs.
This is the smaller one. The base is made from an old silver candy dish and has a great collection of silver forks and spoons. So, gather up your old silverware and make a lovely keepsake for a friend. Enjoy!
My wheelbarrow planter. Another $5 find from a garage sale in CA.
My Tried and True Recipes group
Arthur and Maxine--hearts of my heart. Oldest grandchildren.
Sheridan and Trevor--my sweet hearts. Youngest grandchildren.
Sheridan and Trevor--sweet little boys
This lovely lady is my little Grandma from KY, and is my Dad's mother. She had a very positive influence over my life. She was very religious and very kind. She liked to cook.
Dad and the double rainbow
Dad in the RV in Las Vegas.
My Mom and Dad when they were young. She was 21 and he was 22 in this photo.
Here is me ! I loved sailors. I was a war baby, and there were lots of them around. If I saw one, I would start singing "Bell bottom trousers, coats of navy blue." It attracted a lot of sailors who would then gather around my mother and I. This did not please Dad.
Phoebe is 3 years old and a black cockapoo. She has unique white eyebrows, and is a very comical dog. She loves to dance in the kitchen. She will go outside and bring Chantilly in if I ask her to.
Chantilly is 15 years old and acts like a puppy. She is the queen, and doesn't let you forget it. She is a white cockapoo. We call them the Oreo kids. Dogs leave paw prints on our hearts. May I always be the kind of person my dogs think I am!
Home Sweet Home
Come on inside and sit a spell
Where the cooking happens
Cookbooks--This is only half of my collection of over 400. I love to sit in here and ponder over recipes with a cup of hazelnut chocolate coffee close by.