The Pekingese dogs were sacred in ancient China and could only be owned by royalty. Bella seems to somehow know that.
Fred and I ate at an Ethiopian restaurant, The Red Sea, in Charlotte on Monday night. My son has traveled throughout all of Africa and has told us he enjoyed eating in Ethiopia. This is the closest Fred and I will probably ever come to tasting a bit of Ethiopian and Eritrean culture.
Sticking with it led to success for artist
Kel Hodel was born and raised in Kentucky. Upon graduation from high school in 1988, Kel decided to join the US Army.
Most of the weather sure has been nice — comfortable, and a little rain, which we needed. The lawns look so green since that rain storm. The trees look so beautiful. And you know what else I like about this time of the year? The livestock grazing, and lazing about. I love to watch them on the hot days when they all head for the shade of the trees. They’re so cute.
Cooking with homegrown herbs is more popular than ever! Can you identify this herb? It’s green, used in salads and has the unique flavor reminiscent of kiwi with a lemony zing? It’s sorrel! Rich in potassium and vitamins A, B1 and C, sorrel has been part of healthful diets and botanic medicine for thousands of years.