Today's entry is a just a random mish mosh of things. The picture below is of some towels I received in a cross stitch towel swap a few years ago. I took the picture after reading SouleMama and being reminded of her Corners of my Home project. This is the area above the kitchen sink. Is it wrong to say I'm partial to the Kitchen Closed towel? Or rather the sentiment. Still Life with Crochet---here you see 10 blocks for the Lion Brand 5 Panel Afghan. I don't have the link on this computer and I've already lost this post once, so if hop on over to Lionbrand.com you can find this pattern in the free crochet pattern section. Only four more blocks to go and then the three double crochet panels that should go fast. With any luck it might just have this in the mail to my mom by the end of next week.
Ahh...this is according the DH and myself the greatest candy invention on the face of the earth. The Cherry Cordial Kiss. These are limited edition so when I run across a bag, I buy them. We're talking taking the milk money and buying candy instead. Let's face it, one can always buy milk, but the Cherry Cordial Kiss, it's existence is short lived. Oh yeah, I'm writing Hershey's, begging to please dump the peanut butter kiss and make the Cherry Cordial kiss part of the regular line. I mean, seriously, if you want peanut butter and chocolate, that's what Reese's Cups are for. No one does peanut butter and chocolate better.
DUDE! Yes, below you see my bell pepper dude, freshly clipped from his plant host. Sure I could have centered him on the plate but then you couldn't see the cute Pistoulet chicken and who wouldn't want a little glimpse of him? Bell pepper dude is resting on my chicken bread plate. Just to give you an idea of his size.
Woot! We have some Roma babies. Twins! Discovered them this morning.
Big Boys! I have one pretty big Better Boy tomato and very close to him, to the lower left you can see a tiny Better Boy just freshly sprouted!
Holy Butterfly Bush Batman! The Budlia, it's a bloomin'! The scent is delicate, reminds me of lilacs.
Want to visit a farm? Always wonder what it would be like to dump the city living and move to a farm? Well if that sounds like you, grab a cuppa and head over to inmykitchengarden.com click on the Farmgirlfare.com link to the right and start reading. I tried the Chocolate Emergency Cake today and plan to make the Mexican Monkey Cake tonight. Sorry I don't have links to those posts but on the Farmgirlfare.com site they are in the right hand column under Recent Posts or Previous Posts. I'm also looking forward to trying her Pita recipe.