Monthly Archives: July 2011

Enjoying the sweet days of summer…

I am a teacher by profession and beginning next Friday I will be back at school teaching music to high school students.  I love to be an educator! I love my students; most of the time.  One of the biggest … Continue reading

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World Community Cook Books

I have two World Community Cook Books that I think everyone would benefit by using.  The books were commissioned by Mennonite Central Committee to promote global understanding.  Simply in Season, (Lind & Hockman-Wert) promotes understanding of how the food choices … Continue reading

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Garden A Plenty!

Garden veggies are in full swing in Southern Indiana.  In my garden, green beans, cabbage, broccoli, zucchini, summer squash and cucumbers are producing rampantly.  The tomatoes and peppers are just ripening a few at a time and okra is just … Continue reading

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Blueberries for the whole year long

Blueberries are such a delight.  They taste great, are really good for you, and are one of the easiest fruits to preserve in order to eat all year long.  Early July is blueberry season in southeast Indiana.  To find out … Continue reading

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4H… a great youth organization

The past two weeks of my life have been focused on helping our youngest son complete participation in the 4H program for the year.  He took 4 goats and 2 quail for exhibition, as well as, recycling science and soybean … Continue reading

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