A few years back when my three boys were little and we lived down in Anderson County on an acre of beautiful, chicken-poop fortified black dirt, I grew tomatoes. Not just a few tomatoes. My husband put in 40 or more tomato plants, along with corn, various varieties of peppers, purple hull peas, and butterbeans.… Continue reading Save a little summer sun in your freezer: Freezing fresh tomatoes
Today I want to share with you some images of beautiful example of Beaux-Arts architecture in Anderson County, Texas. The Anderson County courthouse, located in the county seat of Palestine, is the fourth that the county has had over the years, replacing the third courthouse which burned down in 1913. I lived in Anderson County… Continue reading Who doesn’t love an old beauty?