Monday, February 28, 2011

Good To Know!

Click on the title (I think) and you'll be taken to a page that has some 'good to know' info for those of us who care about how our produce was grown, tend to buy organic and definitely want to avoid genetically altered foods.  :)

If that didn't work, go here;

It looks like I'm on track to re-name my blog the 'once a month blog'.  Sorry. Life has been very very busy.

Hopefully I will have some time to post some photos of the few sketches I've been able to do this year.

I did just spend a wonderful few days in New York, NY, someplace I'd never been before.  Perhaps a post about that adventure will come forth soon as well.  But our son is starting 'tech week' (long dress rehearsals before the start of a theater performance) for the musical 'Little Shop of Horrors' and then production over the next two weeks, so don't count on anything right away.  :)

I am alive and well, though.  In case anyone was wondering.

Grace to you!


  1. Haven't clicked over yet, but what a timely post. Last night some ladies and I went to Macaroni Grill... one of them ordered a dish that was to come with fresh vegetables. The waiter informed us that there were no fresh vegetables due to a freeze in Mexico; we live in Oregon! Oy vey!

  2. Wow, Heather! Makes one wonder how quickly our food supply could be interrupted in some kind of crisis or act of nature. I know that most of the lettuce for all of the USA is grown here in AZ, and our recent cold snap have severely damaged the crop, and so lettuce is supposed to go up quite a bit. Fascinating, and makes me wish I had a nice little green house to keep our family in fresh veggies, just in case! :)