She threw those pumpkins back into the compost pile, but recently found another pumpkin vine in front of the house, only this time the pumpkins were white!
Rechelle's was to be the first blog in tomorrow's FMS, but the above photo is a clue why I couldn't wait one more day to point you to it!
I haven't yet had the "pleasure" of building a house in the country, but Rechelle's Construction Diary echoes the experiences, good and bad, of friends and relatives who have. (Click each title for the full post.)
There are dragons on the roof of this Atchison, KS home!
More beautiful old homes in Atchison
~ Mary Carol Garrity's House in Atchison KS
~ Historic Janssen Place, Hyde Park, Kansas City MO
[Also see the KC Tribune's article about Janssen Place]
I discovered Rechelle via her other blog, My Sister's Farmhouse Library. When I googled Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, There's a New Miss Marple In Town caught my eye, and here we are.
Later I learned, like me, Rechelle was deeply moved by Frank McCourt's book Angela's Ashes. Read her post on his passing in July.
We have (at least) one other thing in common: Mary Ann Shaffer and niece Annie Burrows' book, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.
While my post with video and recipe for the fictional pie is confined to TGLAPPPS, Rechelle's includes her childhood favorite, Jean Webster's Daddy Long Legs.
The My Sister's Farmhouse blogs have something for everyone, so you might want to pack a lunch before clicking the above links!
Happy TGIF! Have a fabulous weekend!