I haven’t been visiting this space as much as I would like. You know how it is…life gets in the way, you get busy and start making excuses for why it’s okay that you haven’t posted on your blog. Things like – no one will miss if I don’t write something – people aren’t interested – nobody reads it anyway – it’s just another recipe. However, that’s not why I blog – I blog to document my world, my life, my loves, all the cool things I find on this vast well of information. I blog for me.
So here is a pinch of my documentation as of late..
These look yummy! Don’t they? Of course I would have to adjust the vegetables rolled in the steak because I am married to the pickiest guy on the planet. Still, I think it might work so I’m going to give it a whirl.
Check out the recipe here.
And what about these, huh? Simple. Simple. Simple. I like simple.
Then a brand new kitchen to cook it all in.
I look at lots of pictures of kitchens and pin a lot of kitchens and I gotta say this is, by far, my favoritest kitchen EVER.
Get a look into this brilliant designer and see this kitchen bigger and better here.
Have a wonderful and safe Holiday weekend!
I came across an article on narrow houses, some of which are only 7 feet 10 inches wide, and of course that got me thinking… What in the world would encourage anyone to live in some of the narrowest of homes?
Apparently, many different reasons – from avoiding property taxes based on the width of your home, wanting to avoid traffic using the alley next to your house to just plain artistic and architectural expression. These homes reinvent the old adage “Home sweet Home.”
Architect Charles Deaton described his inspiration for the house: “On Genesee Mountain I found a high point of land where I could stand and feel the great reaches of the Earth. I wanted the shape of it to sing an unencumbered song.”