Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Happy Birthday Bro and Chats on the Farmhouse Porch

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Wishing my brother Len a very Happy 45th Birthday......you are getting old bro! 
Much love.
 
 
Happy Tuesday and welcome to 'Chats on the Farmhouse Porch!'  This is when I join Patrice and the other lovely ladies at Everyday Ruralty, have a cup of coffee and chat the morning away.  Won't you join us?  Remember, my questions are always a week behind the others!
 
QUESTIONS:
 
1.  Do you prefer to drive or be driven?
 
2.  What's your favorite kind of jam, jelly or preserve?
 
3.  Do you have any special plans for this spring or summer?
 
4.  Lots of folks are becoming aware of issues with food.  There are many articles, books, and movies on topics allergies, GMO, pesticide use, bad or no labeling, over processed foods, foods from other countries that may not have high standards and many more topics.  What concerns you the most?  If nothing concerns you, have a cookie and skip to the next question.
 
5.  Do you use nail polish often?  Finger nails, piggies or both?
 
 
Everyday Ruralty
 
ANSWERS:
 
1.  Oh drive, yes drive. 

 2.  Homemade dandelion jelly!  The best!

 3.  Just making a trip to see my son and his girlfriend at my Mom's.  Should be fun!  Other than that....work.
 
4.  I worry about the long term consequences of what is in the food.  I try to eat homemade from scratch or organic as much as possible.
 
5.  Piggies only.  Like Patrice, my fingernails don't last long around here on the homestead.

 
Thanks for joining me today.  Why not pop over and see what the other ladies have to say ..... make sure you say hi to Wendell too!  Have a great Tuesday and remember to give your loved ones a hug!
 

14 comments:

  1. Happy birthday to your brother!

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  2. Piggies here also. Garden dirt and polish just don't mix well. Happy birthday to your brother

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  3. Happy Birthday to your brother! Dandelion jelly - I've never tried it. Do you make your own? I paint only my piggies too :) I wash dishes by hand so my hands are often in water which means the nail polish does not stay on for long.

    Hugs to you!

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    1. Yes Stephanie, I do make my own dandelion jelly. I will have to post it one day this spring.

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  4. Dandellion jelly is all new to me - it must have an amazing, beautiful scent! Happy Birthday to you brother!

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    1. Beautiful scent and color! Thanks Nina.

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  5. Dandelion Jelly? I saw it for sale by the Amish once. You should post a recipe :O) Have a blessed week

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    1. Thanks Sherri! I will post it the spring.

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  6. Dandelion jelly sounds very interesting. I'll have to look up a recipe.

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    1. Oh it is delicious Becky...tastes just like wild honey.

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  7. Dandelion jelly is a new one for me. I will be interested to see your post on it. Have a great week!

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  8. I hope you'll post a photo of your dandelion jelly. That is new to me. I'd love to have a recipe. I certainly don't lack dandelions! Have a good week!

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Debbie

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