Herb and Garlic Roasted Spaghetti Squash. Simple. Healthy. Amazingly Delicious! I thought I was going to make something a bit more extravagant when I decided to roast some spaghetti squash by simply drizzling with olive oil, sprinkling with coarse ground pepper and salt, and topping with some garlic cloves and fresh herbs. But when it […] … Continue reading Herb and Garlic Roasted Spaghetti Squash — the creative life in between
Look at all these fun photos! I took them today in Balboa Park, where the 2017 Community Christmas Center’s “Christmas on the Prado” is being held, even as I type this. I caught the very beginning of the annual family-friendly event. Various activities and musical entertainment on the stage of the Spreckels Organ Pavilion emphasize […] … Continue reading Fun photos of 2017 Christmas on the Prado! — Cool San Diego Sights!
via Grace — Pearl St. Gallery
Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed. ~Walt Whitman
I think my last hike might have been this past June when I hiked the Lake Calavera South Trail in Carlsbad. The old body just isn’t what it used to be. In the map below, you can see all sorts of dotted lines representing trails. If only I had discovered Calavera 40 years ago! Lake […] … Continue reading Out & About—One of only three in Southern California — Russel Ray Photos
When I was young and living with my wise old grandmother in Kingsville, Texas, I looked forward to the days when the Fall and Spring catalogs arrived from Sears. We also received the Montgomery Ward catalogs, but there was nothing like the catalogs from Sears. Dreamland…. Of course, catalog offerings changed over the years, and […] … Continue reading Halls of History—The woman belongs in the home…. — Russel Ray Photos
A few weeks ago I spend 4 lovely days in Trier, Germany with the love of my life, my husband of 13 years. Trier is great city full of ancient history dating back to before Christ, and at the same time modern facilities and a vibrant city center. I LOVED the city and I can […] … Continue reading Romans, Religion, Riesling and yarn in Trier — It’s all in a Nutshell