The flaky pastry bursting with cream of a cream horn brings a smile to my face. So when you don’t have the metal cones to make wrap with pastry to make horns, make up a deconstructed version of this dessert like I did instead. Enjoy!
All throughout my pregnancy I craved lemons and sourness. Now I have to be careful about eating lemons, tomatoes and citrus because my son likes to spit up if I eat those. Right now I just need to enjoy photos of lemons…I get to share them with you!
The transition between land and sky is gentle and a bit bouncy (and quieter than expected) when in a hot air balloon! Over a year ago we took a hot air ballon ride above Napa Valley, and here are a few images: Continue reading
My husband and I are learning how to dream together (we have been married less than two years). Continue reading
Four days after our son was born a friend brought us a quiche — the cheese and egg melted in my mouth and was so comforting! Yesterday I got to take a meal to a family who just had their fourth boy, and I whipped up this quiche– to pass on comfort during a big time of transition.
Here’s a few Napa images for you! This morning at a Mom’s gathering, a potted one of these flowers was sitting on the table. Memories of these photos slid through my mind, but I couldn’t remember where I had taken the photos until I saw them here! Continue reading
Here are more springtime images that I shot last spring… I’m starting to see buds around here in the midwestern United States again!! Have a joyful Sunday.