My daughter, Giselle, was once asked, “Why is your mother baking muffins at midnight?” Giselle shrugged her shoulders, and answered, “I dunno. She just always bakes at that time.” Maybe it’s because I worked midnights for decades that I still get a burst of energy at that time. Or maybe I’m simply craving muffins!… Continue reading Life is Lumpy!
Month: November 2021
Thousand Word Thursdays #213
Hopeful: a blossom appearing on a strawberry plant in mid-November! Copyright © 2021 Rita Jacques
Thousand Word Thursdays #212
Slim pickings but there are still a few blooms in the garden. Treasuring them! Copyright © 2021 Rita Jacques
Thousand Word Thursdays #211
Today’s photos aren’t outstanding by any stretch of the imagination, but there’s a special sentiment behind my pics. In early spring, my 94-year-old mother asked if I was planting anything new this year. I told Mom I was, indeed. I had started Canary Bird Vine seeds indoors with the hope they would survive the transition… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #211