Earth Day Education

We were busy last week promoting Earth Day. We donated 31 Herb Growers (basil, dill, chives, cilantro) to the Grasshopper and Cricket’s preschool classes. We also donated 104 Wildflower seed bombs to Mrs. McCoy’s sixth grade science class. This is what it is all about…giving back and teaching our young peeps! For those of you that […]

Herb Growers, The Perfect Gift

It is Spring and it is time to think about gifts that are Spring like. These are Natural Herb Growers with a chalk label. You can write the herb or a name with chalk, chalk crayons or chalk markers. They are $8.95 plus tax and shipping if you are not local. It includes pot and […]

Easter Tradition

Growing up in my family, our Easter tradition was to make an Easter nest out of fresh flowers, preferably wildflowers.  I’m assuming it is a German tradition, but I will have to get back to you on that.  It was fun! We would go out the Saturday before Easter and make our little Easter nest […]

T. Hee Gifts now has an urban garden

As if T. Hee Gifts was not already wonderful, they now have an urban garden.  If you are not familiar with T. Hee you should be!  Here is the low down. Located in Lake Highlands and Lakewood Amazing kid’s gifts and toys Seasonal gifts Personalized cups, stationery, luggage, etc. Candles, lotions, soaps and stuff Cards, […]

Herb Growers In Action

I have shown you lots of pictures of Herb Growers, but I haven’t really shown you the steps and what all is included.  Here is a little slide show to give you a better understanding of what is included and the steps. Before you watch please do not judge my slide show and/or video making […]

Easter Ideas – Herb Growers, All-in-one Herb Kit

Easter is right around the corner.  I know…I can’t believe it either, but it is.  I’m sure you will be running around at the last minute looking for stuff to fill your basket.  At least, I know I will. Over the next few weeks I will be sending out Easter basket ideas to help you […]

The Tulips Are Coming

   It is beginning to warm up so get outdoors and enjoy the nice weather, while it lasts.  We went to the arboretum on Saturday and even with the cruddy weather it was still beautiful.  The daffodils are in full bloom and the tulips are right behind them. We are huge fans of tulips since […]

My Favorite Party Stuff

We celebrated our daughter’s Second Birthday this weekend, with our families, and it was perfect.  Here are  the local places that helped make it happen, all of which are now on my favorite list. CAKE!  Every party needs a cake, cookies or cupcakes.  Since we decided to do a small family party I chose to […]

The chicken spaghetti you don’t know

I am part of a produce co-op and sometimes I can’t keep up with it so tonight I took a different spin on chicken spaghetti.  I’m trying to use what we have. The prep time is about 15 months (chop chicken and vegetables).  You can eat immediately, but it is better if you can give […]

When all else fails, just try something

I was sharing this story with some friends over cocktails recently and had them laughing hysterically.  It was either too many cocktails, we don’t get out much or truly funny. A few months ago Katherine woke up in the middle of the night.  In usual form, I pick her up, hug her and check her […]