Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Food

I was feeling very under the weather the start f the week, I'm better now thankfully to getting rest and juicing my way out of it.
Here is my breakfast juice
the ingredients:
Blueberries,Tomatoes,Orange,Lemon,Lime,Ginger,Carrot,Two kinds of Apples and a green onion 
The juice and the left over
 Look at this color!!!! So BEAUTIFUL! and it's a natural color from Mother Nature!
Lunch:
Salad Bowl 
Ingredients:
Lettuce,Carrot,Apple,Radish, Broccoli,  Tomato,Yellow Pepper, Green Onion, small bit of cheese
 I do bake my own tortilla bowls...so good!
Remember to "Eat the Rainbow" in fruits and veggies daily!



Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Climbing

He loves the bath...
he figured out how to get in it by himself today!

Friday, February 7, 2014

Juice and Covers

we woke up this morning feeling "crummy" so I thought we'd better do a juice cleanse for breakfast...
This recipe I find works really well, drink it as soon as you start feeling "icky"
 Especially the dreaded cold...
I made two drinks so I split everything in half:
1 Orange
1 Red Apple, 1 Green Apple
Half a Lemon
1 Carrot, 2 Green Onions
6 Cherry Tomato
2 Slices of Ginger, 1 Garlic Clove
 YUM!! it tastes great and within 5 minutes your going to have your sinus's draining so get some tissue!

And...
 I'm making the last batch of cushion covers. So get them while you can!

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Happy 13th!

Happy 13th Birthday to my lovely daughter!

 from mischievous to
to helper
from an Angel
to a zombie
to the lovely young lady she's becoming,

Thank you for being who you are!
We love you!

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Come to the Magnolia Frame Shop for my artist reception
this Saturday, Feb 8th from 5pm-8pm 
Wine and
hors d'oeuvres will be served!
Located at
3207 W. McGraw
Seattle, WA 98199

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Garden

I am really wanting to start back in my garden, I was at Home Depot buying paint and while the nice guy was mixing my colors, I checked out the garden section, not much out there right now but they were having a 50% off sale....
So I bought 9 White and Pink Erica Heathers
1 Japanese Pieris (Scarlett O' Hara)
and 1 Leyland's Cyprus
 I'm not going to plant them until spring when the soil is softer and after the last freeze.
Here's the side garden with the Heathers around in their pots...
My goal is to fill in the space with a lot of Evergreen plants so the yard always has color and lots of green, spring will bring back the Elephant Ears, ornamental grasses and the Hellebore's, which in fact are coming up with blooms now.
I did clean up the giant "Snow Drift" Clematis along the front fence, I raised it up again as it gives our deck and front entrance privacy.
It has the most gorgeous white flowers and they're the best thing you'll ever smell....(besides baking bread)
On the far right is our ginormous Western Red Cedar, I'm going to do a "Native" garden under it, not much will grow under Cedars so I'll be sticking with a variety of local ferns. I would like some Devil's Club so far I've only seen it in the woods and not at Nurseries... maybe I can find a spot to dig some up...
All for now! 
(hurry up Spring!)