“There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.” ~Walt Streightiff I remember acorns from my childhood very clearly. There was a huge oak tree in our yard in Charlotte when I was a little girl, and I used to pick its acorns up to play with them.… Continue reading Candy acorns, children, and remembering to look.
Do you have one of those adorably finicky kids (or spouses) whom you have to practically beg to eat vegetables? You do it because you love them, want them to be healthy, get lots of nutrients in their bodies, and fight cancer and heart disease. However, most of the time, this kind of finicky… Continue reading Mama Steph’s Pizza Beans
Generations~ You are like the stem Of a young beech-tree, Straight and swaying, Breaking out in golden leaves. Your walk is like the blowing of a beech-tree On a hill. Your voice is like leaves Softly struck upon by a South wind. Your shadow is no shadow, but a scattered sunshine; And at night you… Continue reading Beech Trees and Peanut Butter Cookies