Earlier this week, I spoke with Bill Rose, an expert on water (well, moisture) and heat in walls, foundations and roofs, for a story about possible heavy rains because of Hurricane Isaac.
Amy George, The News-Gazette's director of Market Development and Special Projects, brought some some of her Bacon Apple Cheddar Quiche yesterday for me to try.
One great thing about building a Murphy bed for our spare room is that the space now feels like a bona-fide craft room. It could also do double-duty as a home office, if I ever needed one.
Last night before I went to bed, I realized I'd need a serious pick-me-up in the morning. And then I remembered that I bought steel-cut oatmeal at Beachy's on Saturday and went to work. I love oatmeal.
Blog reader Rebecca Patterson emailed me with this cute gift she made for her grandson's teacher.
This weekend, I'm planning on taking my baking friend and guest-blogger Erin on her first trip to my favorite Amish store, Beachy's Bulk Foods, in rural Arthur.
The cooler temperatures have me suddenly yearning for baked fall flavors.
(Although I admit, I would skip straight to baking Christmas cookies if I thought it would be socially acceptable. But it's not, we have more than a month of summer remaining on the calendar, and I'm digressing.)