From the monthly archives:

July 2010

Spiced Peaches

July 30, 2010

I was given a bushel of peaches by my mom and dear step dad.  They had traveled to Terrell, Texas to buy peaches as well as homemade peach ice cream from Ham’s Peach Orchard.  Mom tells about this on her blog post, “Peaches, Peaches and Peaches, Oh My”. Anyway, I decided to make spiced peaches [...]

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The Color Red

July 28, 2010

Well, this week on Alphabet Thursday, our post is about the color red instead of a letter.  That sounds fun.  I can hang. On Monday, my husband and I were driving back from New Mexico and we took a route we have never traveled before.  What a treat!  The country was beautiful and I thought [...]

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Grilled Grandma

July 24, 2010

Well, I was very honored to be interviewed by Lisa over at Grandma’s Briefs .  Here is how she describes her website: Brief (breef) –noun 1. a short and concise statement or written item. 2. an outline, the form of which is determined by set rules, of all the possible arguments and information on one [...]

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My Kitchen is Like a Flea Market

July 21, 2010

Well, some people said goodbye to Alphabet Thursday last week.  Not me!  I couldn’t do without my blogger friends over there.  So, since we can do any letter this week, I am choosing K for Kitchen.  Check out some more great blogs over there….but not until you read mine first…ha. I am sure that some [...]

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Awesome Vintage Images

July 20, 2010
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The Vacation Spot and the Lost Dog

July 19, 2010

Not too long ago, my husband and I loaded up the truck and the dog children to make the trek to the mountain house.  Well, this is not our mountain house in that it belongs to Golfer Pro’s dad but it is beginning to feel like a home away from home.  The dogs have their [...]

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Another Golf Tidbit for British Open Weekend

July 16, 2010

Check out this painting of St. Andrews by Kenney Reed.  Beautiful painting, though the course is really not that pretty, if you ask me.  But it is the oldest golf course of all time and it is cold there so….it is historical and you have to love it.   Now let me get to the [...]

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British Open Golf Specials

July 16, 2010

My husband, Golf Pro/Obsession, wants me to start finding all the golf specials out there for him.  So here is my first.  This is the link: http://www.rockbottomgolf.com/british-open.html .  They have sky caddies for $189 (sounds high to me ) and that is a savings of $260.  Ok, if that interested me, I would say, “Woohoo!”.  [...]

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Z is for Zesty Dill Pickles and a Little Zoology

July 15, 2010

So, it seems silly not to use the word Zoology for Alphabet Thursday, since this week we are supposed to use the letter “Z”.  This is, after all, what my major in college was.  In fact, this morning, I was visited by a couple of zoological babies. I started writing a post about a summer [...]

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Progression of a Painting

July 12, 2010

First let me say thanks to an awesome blogger that mentioned my post about why onions make you cry.  Here is the link to her blog so you can check it out: http://www.jdaniel4smom.com/2010/07/great-posts-i-came-across-this-week.html If you are following my posts, you know that I started a 10 day challenge two weeks ago.  Dang, that went by [...]

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