Hello friends, pull up a chair for a visit. Our chickens are in full production. We have eggs coming out of our ears. If you happen to drop by you will leave with a dozen eggs. :-) I have 2 porcelain egg holders for the fridge which I keep full, and also had to get three 2-dozen egg holders for the fridge.
We moved our old wooden bread box to our caravan galley and installed the one I got from Sally and Dallas in it's place. I like it! I've been buying red small kitchen appliances when we need a new one and so this fits in like it was meant to be here.
Our little galley kitchen, it's small but works.
Our DIL Kristi helped Dallas move all the things she wanted to keep out of Sally's house and it has sold. Dallas gave Kristi a few more things to give to me. Sally's sister was a talented artist who specialized in painted eggs. We sold them in the Vista House Gallery for years. Here are a few that Sally kept and now belong to me. Look at this Easter one!
A close up of the Fimo clay bunnies she made for this one.
This one has a Great Blue Heron on it, see the iridescent feathers?
This one is amazing, Mt. Hood behind a wildflower meadow with Oregon's State Bird, the Meadowlark atop a stump.
And look at this adorable Santa, what a cute face!
This is even painted on the back with a sack full of gifts.
Yesterday we re-potted the Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum) that I brought home from my sister's memorial service. I hope it grows and flourishes here in our home.
I ordered some new sourdough starter from King Arthur and it's doing very well. I lost the one I had from my brother, so this will work for us for now. I can't wait to make some sourdough flapjacks/pancakes soon. They really are the best pancakes ever.
I'm off to swim soon, Gracie will meet me in the pool. I missed two weeks of lap swimming due to family matters so I really need to get back "in the swim of things". Have a super week.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)