Not long ago, we had to make a quick trip to Fort Stockton to pick up a part for our truck at the Ford dealership. Food in Fort Stockton has been hit and miss for us and we weren’t thrilled … Continue reading Tacos OJ in Fort Stockton is now on my go-to list
Our home is too quiet. My sister and her family made the trek from south of Houston across Texas to spend the long weekend with us in Fort Davis, and left early in the week to head back home. We … Continue reading The Big Bend is a holiday destination for so many
I grew up in a house where Thanksgiving dinner at random times throughout the year was not uncommon. My mom loved preparing Thanksgiving dinner. From all the sides to a big ol’ turkey, she loved baking it, serving it and … Continue reading Turkey & Noodle Soup… a great use for leftover turkey
In Fort Davis recently, we’ve had some seriously foggy weather… some might say it has been, “thick as pea soup,” an old phrase coined by Londoners in the 1800s for their foggy weather conditions. In our home, there has been … Continue reading Pea-soupy weather calls for split pea soup on the stove
“What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson The other day, my husband and I were cleaning up a portion of our brick-paved patio where weeds somehow managed to appear. We … Continue reading Dandelion – a plant whose virtues have been discovered in my yard
Last June, I decided I was going to grow basil and cilantro plants from seeds, in a sunny window in the kitchen. I knew that I was a little late getting started on herb gardening, but figured that maybe Mother … Continue reading Indoor herb gardening during our West Texas fall and winter
Tomorrow night is the annual Fort Davis Lions Club Enchilada Supper. This event is the Fort Davis Lions Club’s biggest fundraiser of the year, raising money to support our mission of providing eye care for those in need, giving scholarships … Continue reading Did somebody say “enchilada supper”? Yes, I did!