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EXERCISE & HEALTH

EXERCISE IS SO IMPORTANT TOO! Today was a beautiful warm and sunny day with very little wind. After lunch I went out for a 3 mile walk; the first since Christmas. It has either been too windy, icy or cold... continue reading

NATURAL HELP FOR PARKINSON’S

Natural helps for “PARKINSON’S DISEASE” Melvin went for his 2nd annual visit to the neurologist in December and the specialist saw little change in his Parkinson’s symptoms. He didn’t prescribe any meds either so we were pleased knowing that it... continue reading

CINNAMON & OUR HEALTH

CINNAMON AND OUR HEALTH I have used cinnamon in buns, cookies and apple pie as long as I can remember. We love the taste and have never thought beyond that. If I could get cinnamon in bulk cheaper, I went... continue reading

STARTING & ENDING A RASPBERRY PATCH

THANKSGIVING BLESSINGS! Seeing we had our Thanksgiving dinner with our children last weekend, we made moment by moment plans on what to do this past weekend. I cooked a ham instead of turkey and made a pumpkin dessert instead of... continue reading

CELERY

CHOPPED CELERY I have learned to appreciate the flavor that celery adds to pots of soup, casseroles, stews or many other recipes. There was a time when I would buy and sprinkle celery salt, garlic salt or onion salt into... continue reading

LEEKS

LEEKS ARE NUTRITIOUS & SO DELICIOUS! I have had leeks in our garden for 4 years now and they have become a staple in our kitchen. They are so quick and easy to use, but they also give meals or... continue reading

APPLES, APPLES & MORE APPLES!

September 21, 2014 What do you do when there are so many apples on the tree? Well you make pies & filling, and sauce and rollups and juice and then you just make more until you they are all gone!... continue reading

LET’S CELEBRATE . . . A NEW WEBSITE!

Last year we celebrated my 70th birthday, our 50th wedding anniversary, the 100th anniversary of Clover Lodge and then the 25th anniversary of Winnie’s Winning Ways. A busy year, but lots of fun! In 1988 Winning Ways became my way... continue reading