Sunday afternoon, while I was testing out my new mixer, my youngest headed outside to enjoy the snow in the sunny weather. So while the dough was rising, I went out to take some pictures. Snow is such a rare treat in our neck of the woods.
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This week, my daughter had her first dissection lab in Biology. Do you see her excitement? “Mooom!” “The Worm.” Dum dum DUM!!!!! She was really not happy about having to TOUCH the worm, and feel for its little bristles. But once she got over the initial horror…..on with the dissection. This would be a dissected … Read More about Biology: The Worm
After leaving the Old Bluff church on Friday, we headed north to check on a cache at another place that has a little history, and beautiful views. Rhodes Pond The neatest part of this place, is the Cypress Trees that are just everywhere. Some history: "Rhodes Pond was built in the 1700s by a dam … Read More about Rhodes Pond – Falcon, North Carolina
History is all around. Sometimes you have to look for it, sometimes you just have to look. Yesterday, when the kiddos got done with their schoolwork, we headed out to enjoy the wonderful, sunny 60-degree weather. Our mission of the day was to check on our geocaches and find a few new ones…and enjoy the … Read More about History All Around Us
In this part of North Carolina, you don’t really see Spanish Moss. We are just too far north for it I guess. But in this one place, it is everywhere. This is in an historic cemetery in downtown Fayetteville, NC. I just find this stuff so beautiful and surreal. Another thing you will find in … Read More about Spanish Moss
Yesterday was quite a day. It started out as any other Thanksgiving. We got up, got the turkey in the oven, did the prep-work for the side dishes. A couple of hours later, we saw our neighbors out back looking for something. Their toddler had opened the door, and their young black dog had escaped. … Read More about A Very Thanks-Giving Tale