Anyone ever had it? I was making tuna salad for lunch and saw the can of diced green chiles and thought they might be good in it, so along with them I added onion powder and cumin. It was quite tasty. We all agreed though, that it'd be even better in a quesadilla with green onions!
I made deodorant this morning. I used the recipe from Passionate Homemaking. I won't need to try it until tomorrow morning, and then it'll take a day of activity to see how it works. Oh, I added lemon and lavender essential oils, just to give it a nice fragrance.
Spring is here, but not the frost free time yet. Farmer's Almanac online shows my area frost free after the 21st of this month, so we'll wait until next weekend to plant our seedlings. A friend has also given us several sunflowers to plant and another thing I think he said was a red hyacinth, but I don't recall. This friend is an older gentleman from church that is always working on the grounds there. One day I felt the urge to offer him a dozen eggs each week, so I asked him. He was grateful and I could sense that he longed for more interaction, so I mentioned it to Tony, who had been interested in helping maintain the grounds too. They spent a couple of hours that afternoon hoeing weeds. Tony could tell he was glad to have some help and some company. A day or two later Don shows up with a truckload of tree saplings and trimmings for the goats, and a bag of grapefruit for us. Two days after that he came by asking for goat manure. Obviously we have plenty and shared with him, and I was intrigued once again by God's economy. We simply gave a dozen eggs from our excess, and got a new friend that brings treats for the goats (he even saved a bag of watermelon rinds for them) and plants for us! Don is 82ish and works part time at the hardware store and is always at church doing some kind of physical labor. His motivation is that if people think the outside looks nice, they'll be more likely to try coming inside. Can't argue that. Now we want to pick a night to invite him to dinner to find out more about him and learn from his life experiences. What a treasure we've been given, and all because we're overly blessed with eggs too!