Thursday, May 25, 2017

“Preserving was almost a mania with Mrs. Bergson. . . When there was nothing to preserve, she began to pickle.”

~ Willa Cather, Death Comes for the Archbishop

It’s like that for Mrs. Hoye too.

Yesterday, Gerry scored more asparagus at the green grocer that came from one of the nearby farms so I’m making pickles today. This will be the first year for these so I’m looking forward to it–the making and, later, the eating.

My canning shelves are looking pretty bare right now so it will be good to finally be putting a few full jars back. I have to inventory what’s left and make up a new list to keep track of what I preserve this year–so exciting!

Let canning season commence!

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I added a few kitchen photos to my Etsy shop yesterday.

Welcome and thank you for stopping by. I post early every morning: a quote that speaks to me, one of my photos, and a few words about . . . well . . . whatever is on my mind at that particular time.
  1. Your energy and enthusiasm is palpable all the way here to Virginia. Enjoy!!

    1. It was a perfectly delightful way to spend a morning, Mary Jo.

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