If you are picking peas fresh from your garden (like I did) you can easily prepare them for an easy side dish straight from your freezer! To start out, remove the ends and rinse the peas thoroughly to remove any bugs or dirt. Meanwhile, start a pan of salted water to boil. Once the water…… Continue reading Freezing Peas
Arranging a hymn can be a challenging thing to do. You want to arrange something that sounds nice, but in a way that it doesn’t take away from the hymn. You don’t want it to sound to simple, but you don’t want it to be ‘too much’ or overdone. The listener should be able to listen…… Continue reading Arranging a Hymn In 3 Easy Steps
I snapped this picture early this spring when we were at the creek with my cousin Sarah. The red maple tree in our front yard is beautiful all year round, but especially in the fall! One of the herbs from our garden last year. Susquehanna River, early spring 2016.
June 9th, my family and I went to Long’s Park in Lancaster. It is a beautiful park that we always enjoy going to. There are dozens of ducks swimming in the pond. Squirrels run up and down the trees looking for any small piece of food that you drop. We all had a great day and…… Continue reading Long’s Park, Lancaster