Today’s Recipe and Location: Huevos Ree-os
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
I think this is like a southwest egg dish. I like breakfast for dinner and this recipe could probably pass for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. I seem to like my spicier food in the evening.
Random Reflections - The Glorious Garden
Sweetheart rose bush “Cecile Brunner”
|The foliage is so glossy that it almost looks fake.|
|The bush takes my breath in the |
mid summer when it spreads out.
I love this rose bush. I found out about this bush from my best friend, Donna Dowd. She has wonderful sweetheart bushes on her front walkway, which I always admired. I did learn that they came from France in the 1800s. This bush can be shaped or it can spread out wide if it likes its location. The flowers are a soft pink color. Of course, I love this bush because pink is my favorite color. It is already October, and we’ve had a few frosts, and yet the bush is still blooming.
I did learn that you prune the bush in the spring. I have always done that in the fall, so I am glad that I researched this plant. My bush is the middle of he backyard in full sun. The ground has great drainage, which is a real plus. I strongly recommend this bush. It is a whole lot easier to grow than long stem roses.
Irksome Ideas and Images
I am irked at the cost of garbage stickers for Aurora. My can is usually about half full and I have to spend over $2.50 for the blasted sticker. I have been very fortunate, because Joe and Nicole have allowed me to put my half full garbage in their can. I wish everyone was lucky enough to have such thoughtful neighbors.