Thursday, June 2, 2011


It is hard to believe how hot it has been when the evenings are so fresh and cool. On evenings like tonight I think we will eat outside forevermore.

We did enjoy eating our dinner on the deck this evening. Stir-fried chinese cabbage with mushrooms, onions, garlic, miso paste and soy sauce. Oh, and bacon.

The biggest treat was having Christine here from Austin. Baby sister come to lend a hand as we continue working on preparing the farm to sell and preparing our stuff to move.

She oohed and aahed as the frog symphony orchestra tuned up to perform our dinner music.

She exclaimed in delight at the fireflies that decorated our ridge and driveway and willow tree.

She swept out Rachel's cabin and we put fresh sheets on the bed.

I am so thankful to have sisters. Miss them both. Glad to have one of them here for a long weekend.

1 comment:

Linda K said...

Hi Ginger. I just stumbled upon your lively blog. With your every word, I feel as if I'm there in your world experiencing all that you're describing. It's great! Your farm will miss you, no doubt! As will all who know you and enjoy your wares. I wish you and your family all the best on your move and look foward to your blogs from Texas. BTW, I go to church at COTHS and have met you a time or two, as well as at the farmers market. You will truly leave a void here in Roanoke. Love to you and yours.....Linda Kirkwood