My Week on Wednesday… March 26

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Welcome to this week’s edition of My Week on Wednesday… where I take a few minutes to share some of the things I did, and learned throughout the week. And some of the blogs I visited and articles I read.

The heading picture changes with the seasons… and this week we passed the Spring Equinox and have now, officially, entered springtime.

I don’t know about where you are, but around here there are very few signs of Spring. There are a few snowdrops peering out of the snow and mud and last year’s leaves… and if you look closely in the gardens, you can see fresh, green shoots that will become the crocuses and daffodils. Someday. But, mostly, it seems that this year March came in like a lion… and fully intends to go out like a polar bear!

My Week on Wednesday / Kids on a LogIt’s still snowing!

My Week on Wednesday / Snowflakes  The snow has melted off the places the sun hits!

My Week on Wednesday / Fetch!

 

But it’s still deep in the shady abandoned orchard.

My Week on Wednesday / Abandoned Orchard

Turkey tracks!

My Week on Wednesday / Turkey tracks

 

I think the dog will miss winter. Or at least the snow.

I’m not sure anyone else will! 🙂

My Week on Wednesday / Rolling in the snow

 

You know what. It might be cold and crappy… but I am still going to post links to gardening post that I found enjoyable. The Pantry Paratus shares a great article with links to all kinds of stuff you might need to know to make your garden grow — from raised beds, to a do-it-yourself compost bin, to the most basic gardening 101. And Yearning & Learning shares a post on how to grow tomatoes using trellises. Really, you can grow them right over your head and then reach up and pick one. Neat! 🙂

I also found a great post on winter pruning from Several Gardens Farm which I could totally use. It seems I lack the ability to correctly prune a tree. I believe it comes from my let-it-grow-the-way-Mother-Nature intended sort of personality. Though I agree completely that this idea is not really good for trees at all. Of course, I also found a post about getting in tune with weeds which suits my personality just a bit better!

On to things that sound tasty: Peanut Butter Beans. 🙂

And Avocado Chocolate Cookies. I really want to make these, but someone keeps eating up all my avocados before I have the chance! And Lemon Berry Granola. We usually eat eggs for breakfast in the mornings… which is an excellent and healthful thing to do. But I just like cereal, so I’m going to try this! And Immune Boosting Jello. Believe it or not, I have never made jello–of the healthful variety. I make gummies for the kids sometimes, but never just a bowl full of jiggling jello. This seems wrong somehow.

And Mint Chip Irish Cream Ice Cream. Yes. It’s exactly what you think it is: ice cream you won’t have to share with the kids. 😉

I also have two recipes that I happen to know are good: Easy, Quick, and Frugal Beans & Rice, and Turkish Rice Pudding. I guess I must have been on something of a rice kick lately!

And, finally, two posts that I believe are truly important. The first is on how to get started with Natural Cleaners. Please stop using chemical-laden store-bought cleaners! They are bad for you, bad for the environment, expensive, and come in wasteful packaging!

The second is from Real Food Forager and discusses natural prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. You just need to read this one because most of what you think you know about Alzheimer’s is wrong… and, as it turns out, limiting you risk isn’t actually all that hard!

Quote of the week:

"No one has the right to poison the people for his private profit." ~ Theodore Roosevelt

I am so glad you could join me for My Week on Wednesdays. Tell me, what did you do this week? I’d love to hear!

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Have a wonderful week!

 

 

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One Response to My Week on Wednesday… March 26

  1. Thanks for mentioning my article on Alzheimer’s!

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