and ready for my trip to Ireland tomorrow! But these aren't the ones I'm taking with me! My travel bags are modern, relatively light weight, expandable and roll along on four wheels. The suitcases in the photo represent travel luggage from various decades of the previous century. They were picked up at various antique shops, thrift stores … Continue reading My Bags Are Packed…
Happy Valentine's Day to you.
Many years ago, when I was a poor, struggling student, I bought my first bone china teacup and saucer at a sidewalk sale. I did feel some guilt about spending the $2 to purchase it, because I was living on a $10 a week budget. (I did say this was many years ago.) A summer or two … Continue reading A Teacup’s Tale
Lemons are such a versatile fruit. They can be used for cleaning, personal care, and savoury food. (Think lemon pie, and lemon chicken.) Because lemons are so useful, I stock up whenever they are advertised as a special. The secret to keeping them fresh for weeks is to refrigerate them in a zip-lock bag. I wanted to make lemon curd … Continue reading Afternoon Tea, Part 2