|The country road by my house... not a lot of color near the road.|
Yeah, someone on Social Security makes $12,000 too much a year to qualify for my old insurance. Christopher has a friend whose job is to help people apply for Obamacare. She is helping me in a couple of weeks. But even she is not certain I will be covered for my eye specialist.
Anyway, I probably won't be back for a few days. It's rather difficult to blog when one can't see clearly. ;)
Now to much more pleasant thoughts...
This is an interesting study on the Chronicles of Narnia in relation to the Culture of England when it was written and surprisingly how it relates to our Culture now. It is fascinating reading for anyone who loves this series.
Info on Amazon... here. It's a rather small book and a quick read although a tad on the theological side. But not so theological that it made my brain hurt. It gives you a lot to think about.
Frankly, I don't watch The Food Network much these days. But I love The Pioneer Woman and Trisha Yearwood and this program comes on the Saturday morning schedule with them. I would so enjoy spending time in the kitchen in Minnesota!
Hubby's paternal grandparents settled in northern Minnesota from Norway. I hear it gets really cold.
These are the same pumpkin bars which I gave a link to on last Saturday's Pantry Post.
The rosemary is from my garden. I had just washed it so I tucked it among the other washed produce. Have you ever smelled the aroma of warm water on rosemary? Heavenly...
It's not very big but it, too, smelled Heavenly. It is now sitting on the stack of vintage picnic baskets. The Sweet Annie will turn browner but it will still be attractive, and a pretty reminder of one of my favorite events each year.
Scenes of Autumn
|A musician from the Feast...|
|I forgot I had the potpourri with tiny pumpkins...|
|Last of the summer nasturtiums before they were blended with butter...|
|The Friendly Village dishes are a certain sign that summer is behind us...|
Thank you for stopping by, see you soon.