And here is the basket of Petunias my girls brought me on May Day. They have grown to amazing proportion. Cyndi told me they would if I fed them well.
Thanks honey girl!
They are sitting on a bistro chair. Can you see it? Neither can I.
I hope you aren't getting bored with my lily's. They are new to me and I'm like a little kid with a new toy. This is one of the Day Lily's my sweet Sister Bonnie Jean gave me. I didn't expect them to bloom till next year since I just planted them about a month ago, but just look at this! The color is gorgeous and it is huge. I don't know it's name yet but will be doing some research to try to find out soon as I have a litle time.
Brown Sugar Peanut Butter Stovetop Cookies
(recipe from my daughter Cyndi January 1977)
2 Cups Brown Sugar
1/2 cup margerine or butter
1/2 cup milk
Stir and boil one minute
Remove from heat and immediately add
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup peanut butter
stir to incorporate then add
2 cups quick oats
1/2 cup flaked coconut. (optional)
1/2 cup chopped nuts (optional)
Mix then drop by spoonfulls onto waxed paper. Let them set till cool if you can wait that long, otherwise eat it from the pan but don't get burned.
Note: You can use one cup oatmeal and a cup and a half of corn*flakes, rice *krispies or what ever you have instead of the second cup of oatmeal.
I pray your temps are tolerable, your cupboards are full and the well don't run dry.