Book Review: The Dead Key by D. M. Pulley

Today I am reviewing The Dead Key by D. M. Pulley for TLC Book Tours. As always, I am provided with a copy of the book in return for my honest review ....more

Potpourri: A Story, A Book & An Egg Cup

A little story for you: The only clock we have in our bedroom is the digital clock on the cable box. Don usually puts a framed photo of us on our wedding day in front of the clock so he can’t see it at night. On...more

The Big Corral Fizzle & The Egg Cup Finale

I don’t want to dwell on this, but, as I write this, there is a dusting of snow on the ground. I can’t go there. Besides, it’s going up to 53° so it will be gone shortly ....more

Egg Cups: Sunday Edition

Just two more egg cup posts – we’ll finish our tour tomorrow. This annual tour has been a bit of an enabler; I spotted an egg cup I’ve always wanted on Etsy and it is now on its way to my mailbox. No, you guys are the enablers…that’s it ....more

The Tour: Egg Cups, Part Four

The wonderful thing about doing these annual egg cup posts is that I am forced (in a good way) to look at them again, do a little more research if necessary, and what do you know? I fall in love with them all over again. Let’s face it, it’s easy to take a collection for granted ....more

Egg Cups, Part Three

And the egg cups keep...more

Egg Cups, Part Two (and Mallomars)

Mallomars, our favorite cookie, are seasonal....more

Scout, The River, Geese & Egg Cups 2015, Part One.

I woke up early this morning. Calculating when Scout will need to be let outside has become a part of the fabric of our days. We keep a chart on the chalkboard, right by the kitchen door ....more

Around the House

Around the house – as seen yesterday afternoon: McCoy and Bakelite Listening Scout kicks up a rug Stacks of china A heart from Judy Roseville My adorable nephew, Little Z Vintage linen Pretty flowers Meredith and me...more

A Bird in the Bedroom

Spring, as you know, is taking its sweet time hitting these parts. There’s still snow on the ground, though less and less each day. The birds that overwinter here are in evidence...more