When I was wracking my brain trying to come up with blueberry recipes, I remembered making ice cream in a bag back in my 10th grade biology class. Unfotunately, that may have been the only thing that stuck with me from that class. But, I thought that the recipe was would be perfect to share here. Now, the recipe itself is easy, but you may want to skip arm day … Continue reading No Churn Homemade Maine Blueberry Ice Cream
When we found the blueberry bushes in our yard, my mind immediately started racing. I don’t really care for the texture of most fruits, blueberries included. So I needed to be a little creative in what I made out of them. My first thought was jam. I had already been on a toast and jam kick for a while, so it was perfect. A few months ago, my … Continue reading Blueberry Lemon Freezer Jam
I found some blueberry bushes on our property a few weeks ago. We only have 2 acres. But those two are filled with apple trees, blackberry bushes, a pear tree and several blueberry bushes. Most of which we didn’t know about before we bought the house. A few weeks ago, when we found the blueberries, we had already missed out on the first round to … Continue reading Foraging Our Little Lot of Land
Hi there! My name is Darci and am still fairly new to blogging. I noticed that there aren’t any FB groups dedicated to bloggers in Maine. I thought this would be a great place to first connect, and see if there may be in interested in joining one. If there is, than I’d be very happy to get one going. If you have any … Continue reading A Place For Maine Writers, Bloggers and Photographers
Growing up, I didn’t care much for meatloaf, but it was a staple dish at our house. We were the quintessential downeast Mainer, meat and potatoes kind of family. Now, my house consists of me, my husband and my 28-year-old brother. Most nights the decision as to what to have for dinner falls on my shoulders. It’s my cross to bear. My husband will happily eat most anything. My … Continue reading Turkey Meatloaf with Meme’s Meatloaf Sauce
When you sign on to be a Lularoe Consultant, they ask you to create your “Why”. Your reasoning for signing up with the company. It’s not just about selling clothes, or their amazing leggings. It could be, they are that good. It’s about so much more. They are a company who motivate and inspire people to work hard and achieve their goals. They built their … Continue reading Why Lularoe? Why now? My “Why”.
There are many ways to say “Goodbye”. It can have many different undertones. It can be sad or even happy in some cases, and other things in between. My brother has hit a milestone in recovery from his work accident. After 46 days in the hospital, he has been transferred to rehabilitation in Boston. There, he will get his first prosthetic and soon start walking … Continue reading The Good and Bad in Goodbye