If there’s one thing I learned at the retreat, it’s that you can’t pigeonhole a needlepointer!
We give our New Year’s Eve progressive dinner in Madison, Indiana 5 stars for great friends and great food!
If you hang stockings as a Christmas tradition, what’s the story behind your family’s treasures? Are they a mix of old and new? Are they handmade? Did you find them in a catalog or fall in love with them at a favorite shop?
I’ve begun to deck the halls, and one of my favorite things is the kitchen Christmas tree.
Check out my #FavoriteFinds for your Christmas List! Shop local this weekend for a chance to win a downtown shopping spree.
Best weaving class I’ve ever taken! OK, the first… but it was terrific!
We’re meeting at the Fairfield Inn again on Thursday, November 11th, 2-4pm. BYO stitching project and join us!
Nothing says “Fall in Indiana” like fried biscuits and apple butter! Ken and I teamed up with our grandson, Seamus, to serve some up for a Sunday breakfast.
Our daughter has a small cabin in Seabeck, Washington, where the waters of Puget Sound’s Hood Canal have become her “backyard garden” yielding amazing Sea to Table delicacies.
Two days on the Olympic Pennisula had us begging for more. Lake Crescent, Hoh Rainforest, and Ruby Beach offered beautiful, often breathtaking scenery, diverse terrain, and perfect hikes for our motley crew of five ranging from 5 to 70 years old.