My holiday beverage recipes are easy and traditional, having been passed down for decades.
When I say EASY cookies, I mean EASY. Seriously. The hard part is cutting the bars.
Did you receive a holiday cactus as a gift or purchase one for yourself? Here's the skinny on how to take care of it and keep it going until next year.
Don't you just love Redbud trees. Me too.
Today as I was responding to a comment made by a fellow hubber I accidentally deleted my message about the Findhorn Garden, only to look up from my writing to see the founder of the garden on television.
As the result of a paranormal investigation of The Helper, I experienced phenomena which could either be explained as coincidence or an actual visitation. You decide.
With the arrival of an exceptionally warm spring here on the east coast our gardens are growing very quickly and that means we need to get busy.
Have you ever gone to the library or bookstore searching for an answer and the exact book you need shows up right in front of you?
Do you still have toads, bees and butterlies?
I imagine these are the things I would say and do if I knew it was my final spring on earth.
A mild winter here on the Delmarva Peninsula means an early spring. Get your garden gloves on and get to work.
Did you know that only Irish Catholics wear green on St. Patrick's Day?
Decades before Ancient Aliens and UFO Files appeared on television, a teenage me and a favorite aunt, who had seen a UFO in the 50's, asked a Ouija Board this question. The answer may surprise you.
Chickweed Tea was recently showcased on The Dr. Oz Show as a diet aid.
Preserve autumn leaves using this easy technique.
The Peninsula Pacemaker was a little regional magazine that was distributed all over the Delmarva Peninsula beginning in the 70's.
If you enjoy houseplants, perhaps you would like to try your hand at planting a little terrarium. You don't have to purchase any plants, as many little tiny plants such as ferns can be found while walking through a wooded area. A terrarium is easy to create using a few readily available items found...
May in The Mid-Atlantic Garden is a guide to what to do during the month of May in your vegetable or flower gardens.
Strawberries are a versatile fruit that almost everyone enjoys. Strawberry Shortcake and Strawberry Pretzel Salad are my favorite recipes in which strawberries play a starring role.
Pasta to die for! It is so delicious you won't be able to stop eating it.
Replace plain marshmallows with Kraft FunMallows in your Watergate salad. It makes a pretty holiday sidedish. The Watergate Hotel was where the 70's "Watergate" scandal took place and eventually led to President Nixon's resignation.
Bar-B-Cue, Barbecue, not matter how you spell it, or whether you use beef or pork, there is simply nothing better than biting into a tender, gooey, sandwhich dripping with sauce and coleslaw! Grape jelly stars in this easy recipe for either pork or beef ribs.
Get your Mary Kay Cosmetics business off the ground with this easy to follow technique.
Follow the antics of a few hummingbirds as they struggle for control of the little red feeder in my backyard.
Garden tips for Mid-Atlantic gardeners for the month of September.
Have you noticed there are fewer butterflies and honey bees? Learn which plants attract bees, butterflies and moths.
Absolutely, positively the easiest way to plan a vegetable garden ever, using just a hose and a rake.
Discover how to use non-dairy coffee creamer in more than just your morning cup of coffee.
If you enjoy those meatballs made with grape jelly, you will probably like baked beans with the same jelly/chili sauce mixture.
This coleslaw is served at firehouse dinners all over the Delmarva Peninsula.
Learn how easy it is to combine your sales skills and love of shopping into an exciting, fun, and eventually lucrative job simply by establishing relationships with the shop owners you visit anyway.
This hub answers the question: What is a hunch?
Learn how Carl Jung, Aldus Huxley, and the number 23 are behind an extraordinary series of coincidences that have followed me for decades.