Norm’s Thursday Doors Okay, I try to eat healthy. Hell, I DO eat healthier than I have in the past. But now and I then I want something indulgent. Not a sugary cookie from the grocery store bakery, not a … Continue reading The Donut Don #thursdaydoors
For today’s Thursday Doors post for Norm’s weekly prompt I decided to post two doors. Both lead to joy for me but, in fact, are at odds with one another right now. Still, they are worthy of appreciation. And ladies, … Continue reading Battle of the Doors/#Thursdaydoors
What happens in Lincoln
stays in Lincoln! Continue reading Random 12/What Happens in Lincoln…
New Smyrna Beach may not seem like a happening place but it has some great shops, fun night spots, beautiful beaches, wonderful food (ask me about The Garlic ) and lots of local talent. Continue reading Drum Roll Please….
I spent a quiet evening taking a walk and visiting one of our favorite waterside bars. I wasn’t the only one looking for a distraction… This green heron worked much harder for its fish dinner than I did….well, maybe his … Continue reading Acrobat Fishing
Meanwhile, if you love fried chicken but have given up the greasy, ‘not good for your heart’ variety. (God, how I still love my Raising Cane’s now and then), I have great news for you. Continue reading Comfort Food/Recipe
Welcome to Madisonville! Here in this oak lined, slow-paced city in Louisiana is where the annual Wooden Boat Festival is hosted yearly in early Autumn. Although I am a native of Louisiana and have spent a better part of my adult life here, I have only just this weekend had the pleasure of making it to the festival. In my defense, this IS hurricane season; and past thoughts of attending were thwarted by the appearance of sudden storms, cold fronts and any number of “child emergencies”, including, but not limited to, school functions. Now that my husband and I are … Continue reading World of Wooden Boats…the Festival in Madisonville, LA
I live in the South. One thing we do here is grow fig trees. The population could easily be as divided on love of this fruit as it is on fresh tomatoes. One either loves or could care less about … Continue reading Summer of the Fig
Photo used from their website. OMG! I can’t think of enough good things to say about this wonderful Greek restaurant, now reopened near the intersection of Perkins Road and Essen Lane in Baton Rouge. When it was open before, it … Continue reading Z….is for Zorba’s!
Scones….. Just the name conjures up images of steaming delicate sweet biscuits studded with fresh fruits and other delectable treats. Can you tell I like them? You bet I do. And not the cake like over sweetened varieties you get … Continue reading Scone Crazy!