Author Archives: jenny
i’ve mentioned kathleen norris before, but can i just say again that I LOVE HER! she always seems to give voice to things i can not and i’ve found her to be a great friend these last several months. the … Continue reading
hello friends! you can take my hiatus from garden updating as a good sign that the chipmunks have won. yes. they did. here are a few beautiful red juliette tomatoes peaking through the vines: and, then they got eaten. by … Continue reading
so i’m not too excited about the state of the basil i grew from seed…it is super dinky. and with the disappointment of the strawberries, i decided to supplement my basil. i bought the “live basil” from price chopper’s produce … Continue reading
bad news everybody. there are no strawberries. and by that i mean, there are NO strawberries…except for one stubby deformed one. do you remember all the pretty blooms on the FORTY EIGHT strawberry plants i lovingly put into the earth? … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, I read a book by Kathleen Norris called “The Cloisture Walk.” It was awesome. She is a married (well now widowed) Protestant woman who spends several months at a time living in a Benedictine monastery. … Continue reading
smoked gouda and spinach stuffed chicken. easy and delicious. and the spinach was extra yummy since it came from the backyard!