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Spring Makes My Heart Want To Sing!

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Spring is creeping in. The trees are still rather bare but it’s coming … the burst of the next season. I see buds. Bright pink, green, and yellow flashes of color are all around. And after the hard winter we’ve had the change in the weather makes me want to sing. I’m not the only […]

Brussels Sprouts

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When I was growing up eating my vegetables was no fun. I was great at pushing the cooked carrots around on my plate or “accidentally” dropping green beans on the floor for the dog. Looking back I can see I was served a lot of canned veggies and I do not mean canned Amish style […]

Spring?

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Last week on the first day of spring, it snowed six inches here in New York. I got out and shoveled my driveway for the umpteenth time this season. Will this winter never end? The Amish community lives with the rhythms of the seasons. They know times of planting and harvest. They are in tune […]

Tasty Breakfast Sandwich

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It’s hard in the winter to eat lots of fresh veggies and fruits. If you are like me you had vowed to eat a more healthy diet this year. Here it is March, how are you doing so far? I’ll confess I love sugary treats to start my day, coffee cake, French toast, pancakes. Yum, […]

Lemon Honey Ahhhh

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The snow is piling up here in New York. I was even housebound for a day recently. After coming in from shoveling I made my self a cup of tea to warm up. And I reached for my honey jar. Back in 2013 this post, Soothed, appeared here on Not Quite Amish Living. It was […]

Mail Some Love

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Yesterday was Valentine’s Day. Now it’s too late to send out your “I love yous.” That’s silly, of course not! Today—right now— is the perfect time to remember someone. Greeting cards of love can go out any and every day of the year. I enjoy surprising others with a note of snail mail. (I’ve written […]

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