Good luck with that! I love rhubarb and strawberries.
Karla do you grow red rubbard? I have looked and planted a couple different types but can't fine the red stalk ones and the green just isn't the same. A farmer in Ohio told me the name of the red years ago and I can't remember and also said I would probably need to order it from a catalog. Haven't done that. I have a green one that has come up the past 2 summers but I didn't cut any. My DH said he is going to pull it up that it is ugly. It is in with my rose bushes. My aunt gave me some couple years ago and I made rubbard/strawberry pie and we sure enjoyed that. Good luck with your garden.
Diana:Then, came on here and Judy is telling us about the project bags at Eleanor Burns and had to order some.
<Grins> Join the crowd Diana, I think we'll about clean Eleanor out.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Eileen:I was a sign language interpreter & worked at Churchville-Chili schools for three years.
Really? That's interesting. My ASL isn't very good even though my sister is deaf. She's 9 years older and was away at school while I was growing up so I wasn't exposed to it much. Besides, in those days the Washington State Deaf school didn't use sign language in the classroom. They thought it would be better for the kids to learn by lip reading and recommended that families not use it either. Thank goodness by the time she was 11 or 12 they changed that policy and required teachers to learn and teach in sign language.
princess is nine today and had a great birthday
gini in north idaho
Great pic. She looks more and more like her grandma with every pic I see.
Nana:She looks more and more like her grandma
I was just thinking the same thing Nana. Great picture gini. She surely looks like a princess.
Hi everyone, hope you are all having a good day. It was a beautiful day here today. Nice to have the windows open and a breeze coming thru. I have a wonderful lilac outside my sewing room window and love to have it open so I can enjoy the fragrence (dont even mind the sneezing). I finished 20 pair of nursing pads for my daughter. The store bought are so expensive and not always very soft. The as I was going through scraps from other project I got an idea to make a carry bag for her to keep a couple of extra pair to take to work. So I made a bag for the clean ones and a pul bag for the used ones so they do not get her purse wet. They are cute and I sure my granddaughters will find a use for the bags when mama is done with them. Also got a few more squares done for the new baby quilt. Four more squares and I will be ready to start putting them together! Well I am going to sit and unwind with my molly (a boxer mix) . She is a rescue dog though I am thinking she rescues me rather than the other way around. She gives such unconditional love and asks for little in return.
God Bless Sharon
Joyce:Karla do you grow red rubbard?
Yes, it is red rhubarb. I'll have to take a look at the tag I stuck in the ground by the plants, maybe it has more than just the name rhubarb on it.
This just figures went drs. today and tonight i'm having eye problems I hope it feels better by morning.
Quilting My Rainbow
Gini, you do indeed have a princess.
Princess is a doll. Oh my, 9 years old. Happy Birthday Princess! Gini is her hair red? It looks like a reddish cast in the picture. Ginny
made up a few of these for myself and to give away. so easy to make and cute... http://dontlooknow.typepad.com/dont_look_now/2008/02/one-of-my-favou.html
called Pointer finger pin cushion.
"I'm just a poor soul who's intentions are good. Oh, Lord, Please don't let me be misunderstood."
These are the 3 I made, in different sizes. here's how to wear...
Princess is beautiful, Gini, she has grandma's smile. Give her a hug from me and wish her a Happy 9th year!