So it's like this:
The farm is bustling!
Writing is bustling!!!
We've got adorable, cute kids here on a very regular basis and the thing I find about living in the snowy north is that we have to tackle projects during the 4-5 months of gentler weather...
So that takes time, too. And you know me, I love projects. I love gardening. I love getting dirty!
But that leaves little time for cooking so today you're getting a farm-life montage...
The breaded squash is simple:
Spear summer squash and/or zucchini.
Brush with olive oil.
Coat with Italian seasoned bread crumbs.
About half the breading will fall off.
That doesn't matter. This is a delicious and wonderful way to enjoy a great squash meal!
And then there's this:
This was as dawn was breaking to my back and the July full moon was tipping toward the horizon...
So peaceful and good. And life goes on...
I love egg diversity. If more people understood that every egg, brown, tan, green, blue, white, beige, pink.... was just an egg, I think they'd get a great life lesson, don't you???
And climbing in!!!
Oh, sweet baby!!!!
And then there's this week's lovely surprise from St. Martin's press:
So I keep doing what I love best: Writing sweet books and caring for precious little ones...
And when school is back in session and life calms down, and the weather cools... there'll be more cooking. But for now the grill is on daily, we're grabbing cottage cheese and nectarines for lunch/supper/snacks and eating every veggie we can find.
And how can I possibly complain about that???
Multi-published bestselling author Ruth Logan Herne has more than a million books in print and still pinches herself to make sure this is real... And she's so glad it is! Friend her on facebook, visit her website ruthloganherne.com or hang out with her and other delightful authors and readers here and in Seekerville... www.seekerville.blogspot.com