Hello everyone 🌞
There will probably not be many posts from me for awhile- I’m just busy with home and garden and family.
And when I’m not busy, I often rest or do things that I forget to take photos of and then blog.
Above is when I took 5 grands to a local splash pad and they all left their shoes in a pile while they played in the water.
A fun activity the last couple days was working on this Americana puzzle with my oldest grand. He is 12 and really likes puzzles.
This was a $1 puzzle from the Dollar Tree and just as much fun as expensive puzzles.
There have just not been many yard sales in our area.
I went to one neighborhood sale that in the past had dozens of sales but this year there were less than 10.
And one home had all their cast offs piled in the front yard and were FREE
This FREE tall metal trash can is dusty but the inside was spotless and never seemed to of been used- my husband wanted it to put in his workshop.
I also got a box of kid jigsaw puzzles and a case of diamectous earth- all of the above things were FREE.
I paid for these things below but not much
A company called The Fruit Truck was in our town and we got a case of Georgia peaches
They were so good! We ate some, shared some, froze some and put the rest in the freezer after we peeled and sliced them.
My baked carrots aren’t really a recipe but a method
I peel and slice and about 2 pounds of carrots.
Put them in a baking dish.
Add salt and pepper, a few pats of butter and a teaspoon or 2 of sugar (I don’t add water)
Cover the dish with a lid or foil.
Bake at 350-400 for 45 minutes or so.
I usually make these when I’m making another baked dish and they bake along just fine beside a chicken or meatloaf or whatever.
Kay- hope your farmer husband likes them
Hope you are all having a nice summer
❤️ Rhonda 🇺🇸