Monthly Archives: July 2023

Natural Magic

Finding magic is a garden gift In Search Of Gratitude This morning, the sky is grey, the air is full of gentle, misty drizzle and I am grateful. As I walked around town doing errands, I overheard people grousing about … Continue reading

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The right bowl of fruit

For whatever reason I couldn’t load this image before but this is the one I wanted you all to see. Tempting, right?

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Bindweed For Berry Preserving

Peaches and nectarines are fabulous flavor bombs right now Fresh Fruit Season Is Sumptuous This week, the markets are full of fresh, local fruit, including flats of beautiful Tayberries that work beautifully in salads or smoothies. Long and plump, these … Continue reading

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Tomato Time At Last

Midnight Snack tomatoes have little secrete stars The First Tomato Is Just So Delicious After the cold, windy spring, summer got off to a very slow start. In fact, there were a number of false starts before actually summery weather … Continue reading

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