I enjoy mysteries and the more forensic talk, the better. As much as I find it interesting and riveting, my weak tummy would prevent me from ever pursuing a career in forensics. So the next best thing is to read and enjoy the science and of course, the “whodunit!”
At some point during the busyness of the holidays you’ll want nothing more than to relax and spend time with family. Turn off the mobile devices, stay home, and just enjoy the sounds, comfort and joy of the season with your family.
Like food on your plate, you eat with your eyes first. For me, the same for packaging. You might not think this is true but have you ever been to a Christmas party gift exchange? Everyone vies for the best wrapped gift or the most unusual packaging. It’s like they can’t wait to see what’s inside.
I love reading and my favorites include romantic suspense and culinary mysteries. The problem with the latter is that so many of those recipes sound absolutely delicious. I can’t wait to try them.
Take this, add that, and that – embellish and viola – you have a beautiful winter wreath to grace your front door or entry!
I have to be honest and say this isn’t a book I would have picked out for myself. It was part of a Christmas gift for my hubby and I from a good friend who knows how much I love to read. With that being said, once I started reading, it was hard to put this book down.
I love jigsaw puzzles. But honestly when I work them, I end up with headaches because I just can’t seem to stop trying to find the right pieces! It’s a love – hate relationship.
The latest Kinkade puzzle I put together is called “The Mountain Chapel” and has 1000 pieces. I have another box sitting waiting for me and my fingers are twitching to get started.
You can pick up jigsaw puzzles from various places but here’s a great one you can get from Joann’s.
The Mission: Capturing pictures of the Blood Moon
The Date: October 8, 2014
The Time: Early dark-thirty
The Pay off: Time with my sweetie, a good cup of coffee and getting to see this event first hand!
One of my favorite hobbies is reading. I can get lost in a book and have a hard time putting it down!
Many of you probably know how much I love herbs. They’re not only easy plants to work with, but they’re ornamental and functional in that you can cook with them. I think that’s just about the best deal around!