The Pioneer Woman Visits Nashville!

Ever heard of The Pioneer Woman? She’s the newest hit in the blog world. She blogs about her daily life on an Oklahoma ranch – that includes stories about her husband & children… Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving ~ 2011

For flowers that bloom about our feet; For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet; For song of bird, and hum of bee; For all things fair we hear or see, Father in heaven,… Continue reading

Tilly the Turkey

I will not be eating turkey this Thanksgiving. And here’s why…. Meet Tilly. Tilly has called our yard home from a safe distance for most of the summer. Until last month when she… Continue reading

Hollywood Dream Home

Wow! 5,800 sq. ft. of steel & glass sitting high in the Hollywood Hills. Enjoy the pictures… architectural firm – Belzberg Architects ~ (from brunchatsaks.blogspot.com)

Goodbye Summer Evenings!

My mother-in-law is the original Martha Stewart. For dinner recently one warm evening, this is what she served. Wine, olives, an assortment of cheeses, salad, bread & butter & berries with thick cream… Continue reading

Elvis Presley the Cat

Elvis asleep Elvis being awakened Elvis looking a little annoyed Elvis looking a lot annoyed Elvis looking indifferent Elvis giving the evil eye Elvis looking embarrassed Elvis looking scary really scary Elvis has… Continue reading

Mary Travers 1936 ~ September 16, 2009

Mary Travers made up the beautiful blonde part of the Beatnik group Peter, Paul & Mary. As a very little girl, I remember lying on the hardwood floor in front of one of… Continue reading

Woodstock – 40 Years !

Celebrate Woodstock turning 40! Too young to have been there but I do love the music! You know this song originally by Joni Mitchell. But listen to it by Matthews Southern Comfort (not… Continue reading

The Station Inn

I love to travel. I love meeting the people, listening to their accents, eating the food, reading about the history & the cultural of the area. I would love to have summer &… Continue reading

Farmers Market

I love a Farmers Market. Be it one in a church parking lot on Main Street or a cluster of tobacco-chewing part-time farmers with produce in their pick-up trucks in Tiny Town, USA… Continue reading