Joining Soulemama to record one single moment from this week. A moment in time to hold captive and remember. My daughter, home from Germany, and a very dear 91 year old friend.
Though the calendar reads “March”, I know better than to think that winter has had its last fury. Just before sunset last night, a snow squall came through, laying another inch and a half of fluffy snow. The snow fell full and hard. The snow squall left behind a fresh layer of snow and a beautiful sunset.
The calendar reads “March” and all thoughts turn towards sugaring season. Visit Carolina Farmhouse Kitchen to read my guest post this week about how we make make our very own Vermont maple syrup here at Grand View Farm. Please leave a comment and share your own favorite sugaring season or maple syrup story.
I have just received my first box of my very own Gotland wool yarn from the mill and have knit my first swatch. With each row I knit, I fell more in love with this yarn. Gotland sheep come in a range of true natural gray, from light silver to a deep charcoal. This yarn, from my two ewes named … Read More