The holidays are over but my Christmas tree is still up and I’m loving it.
Who says drawing on the walls is just for kids?
‘Corn-cobbing’ is a word my mom and I made up to describe what’s become an annual activity in recent years: walking harvested corn fields in the fall looking for corn cobs the farmer’s combine missed.
One of the easiest, best-smelling projects ever and the resulting pommanders are great for giving as office or teacher gifts, or hanging around the house as holiday aromatherapy.
I’m hosting a small get-together later today and while I was out walking I came up with this idea for a last-minute centerpiece.
The freshly fallen leaves are beautiful and crunchy now (and swirling in the wind like little sun tornados) but it won’t be long before they’re a globby mess smothering the grass and tracking into the house like slimy leaf pancakes on the bottom of my shoes.