Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Way It Is

Near 100 degree days
continues.

First time in a long time baking one of my favorite breads - Zucchini and I think what makes it special
is I add a small can of crushed pineapple.  Posted recipe in the past, I am ashamed I never kept a list
of where so many recipes were posted.


Help promised to arrive at 7:00 did not.  This is the way it is but never in the past.

Inside, but much I want to do outside.  Want to prepare pots for turnip green seeds,
At the market they are such a large size and I like them small.  I do not need to be outside
in this kind of weather - but want too....

I miss my garden :(


An orchid I bought a year ago, tag said Paph.Raisin Pie
Just googled information.  I noticed the unusual bloom when I purchased.  Now hoping it will bloom again.  Doing everything correctly.

5 comments:

Candace said...

The zucchini bread looks so delicious, alas all my zucchini have been infested by squash bugs this year and although I seem to be finally rid of them the plants just sit and don't thrive. I hear from others the same trouble.
It is so hot here, near or above 100 every day for over a week and still in the 90's near midnight. so unlike normal. I am thankful that we have little humidity or I would surely melt!
One can only hang on for cooler weather.

My Journey To Mindfulness said...

Candace, This recipe is the best, use to grow zucchini but not now, best price at Aldi's with
3 large for a little over a dollar and each one is enough for recipe, used one
and will chop and freeze the other 2. Your weather the same as here, love being outside but now getting much done inside. Thank you always for visiting :)

Marcie said...

Your zucchini bread looks delicious. The pineapple sounds like a good "secret" ingredient. I have zucchini producing vigorously, so may have to try this!

Your orchid is beautiful! Have ever tried to grow one!

Pienosole said...

Hope the temperatures have dropped a bit. Yes, your orchids are beautiful.

My Journey To Mindfulness said...

Marcie, thank you
Pienosole, 100 degree days continue :(