Ants on sunflower Kale worm Yes. I am sharing my kale with worms. Central Indiana is having a terrible drought and a stint of above 100 degree weather. Our well has faithfully provided us with water, a true test to its depth. We are blessed. I’ve noticed how the wild animals in our yard areContinue reading “A bug’s life.”
The first harvest of the season is always the most exciting.
Why is it, the same day I sign up for Weight Watchers Online, again, everyone wants to talk about food? Patti Digh, author of Life is a Verb talks about slowing down and actually enjoying a meal. Life flies by to the speed of three meals a day while we multitask our way toContinue reading “Thank you for this food, Amen.”
So, I ask the waitress for the Déjà’ Blue Martini, dirty.
This weekend as Al and I cleared brush from around the broken fence near the old outhouse, I spotted a slender spear of asparagus in the grass. I knew asparagus grew wild along that fence row, a leftover from someone’s garden of the past, but every spring I seem to miss the day the sproutContinue reading “Treasure Hunt”
Some of my favorite books include scenes where people are eating. The description of food adds such richness to the storytelling and often reveals something about the characters doing the eating. I love the food descriptions in John Grisham’s A Painted House. Not only does Grisham describe the prepared food itself in a way thatContinue reading “Food and Fiction”