Make your own Blueberry Balsamic Jam. Homemade Blueberry Jam is easy. I am not an expert canner. I married into a family of real experts and was very intimidated. My terrific sister-in-law gave me some lessons and now I can manage the very basics. When I was growing up my mother kept bees. Every month we … Continue reading Make Your Own Blueberry Balsamic Jam – Delicious!
Howard Restore a Finish Review This review is entirely my own opinion. I received no compensation of any kind. I am in the process of selling my house. I hope I am almost done! When you are selling you have to make your hose look its best by removing all evidence that you live there, … Continue reading Howard Restore a Finish Review. Refresh your woodwork!
I LOVE jewelry! but sometimes it doesn't cut it. It is also not easy or wise to travel with jewelry. Enter my collection of scarves. I also LOVE scarves. I am fortunate to have been given some beautiful ones and inherited a few very unique ones. When we travel we tend to have basic, solid … Continue reading How to wear scarves – silk, cotton, and velvet
I didn't know about tuna salad growing up. I don't recall ever seeing a can of tuna in our house. My parents liked canned salmon. At McGill Tuna salad sandwiches and chicken salad sandwiches were pretty standard fare in the cafeterias. I didn't particularly like either. I realized later its because they put celery in them. I … Continue reading Keto Friendly Tuna Salad with a Twist
I had hoped to be sharing finished items for my fall wardrobe, but things have gotten in the way. Instead, I thought I'd share one of my favorite things to do: Daydreaming with fabric and patterns. One of the places I visit, if I can when I visit the Chicago area is Vogue fabrics. This … Continue reading Fall Wardrobe Planning – in the sewing room.