This Valentine’s Day I tackled a cooking endeavor I’ve never tried on my own, without my mum peering over or, heck, doing it all: the prime rib. Instead of fighting a million other people on a Friday night, we opted to have a nice, quiet meal and a bottle of wine at home. And myContinue reading “prime rib for lovers.”
Handmade cards are the best. Sean gets it and this is the best card I’ve ever received.
My guy says he loves my knitted socks, and every time I see him, he’s wearing a pair. I feel like if he were just playing nice and gentle with my feelings, he’d enjoy them in the moment and then tuck them into a drawer somewhere. But his knitted socks look worn, and that’s aContinue reading “vday socks.”
I’ve got two of these in my house; one at my back door entryway, hanging from the pillars, and of course, one in the doorway of my bedroom. Valentine’s Day is never really about romance; it’s all about fun little garlands and the color red and candy.
My guy is flying in from Phoenix for a winter trip to Boston. When its winter and cold, there’s nothing better than beers and bar snacks at home. So homemade chex mix it is, because its easy and tastes great with ale.
It’s important you treat everyone you love to something special on Valentine’s Day. But I’m a firm believer it should be something unique and handmade, rather than some over the top grand gesture. A meal at home, a hand drawn card, oh, and perhaps, some peanut butter and bacon dog biscuits for your beloved canine.Continue reading “vday for doggies.”
Piles of crochet hearts to be turned into a Valentine’s Day Heart Garland. I’ve been making tons of these–for my own home, for friends. They are easy, a hit, and have reinvigorated me toward crochet
Some delicious broccoli soup, homemade on my snow day yesterday. Boston is gorgeous post snow. And here’s another one of those toasty pot holders. I’ve made quite a few now. They are so easy and gratifying. There’s nothing better than handmade kitchen towels.