Sunday Paper Delivery No More

Last Sunday was my final paper delivery. I’ve read the Chron for years. I just can’t bare going out at o-dark thirty to see if the paper was delivered anymore. The Sunday rule has always been to get up as soon as it’s daylight, run out to the front yard and see if the paper is…… Continue reading Sunday Paper Delivery No More

Refrigerator Bread & Butter Pickles

Ahhhh! Cucumbers are in season!!! Been buying them at my small local farmer’s market for $1.50 per pound. Yes, I know they aren’t organic, but I soak ‘em in vegetable wash. I can’t be picky during COVID-19 times. I’m not allowed to pick the cucumbers I want. The vendor picks them for you. I asked…… Continue reading Refrigerator Bread & Butter Pickles

Provençal Tomato and Squash Gratin

I love NY Times recipes! Was looking for a tomato squash recipe and this is a keeper! This makes about 6 servings. I used yellow squash as had 2 from Imperfect box  delivery that needed to be used,  I didn’t have gruyère cheese so used cheddar. Had a red onion already cut and used it.  I used…… Continue reading Provençal Tomato and Squash Gratin

Day 119 Shelter-in-Place & tomorrow is Bastille Day

Can you believe it? Covid 19 isn’t going away, but getting worse! I really wanna go out and goof off, but I’m not. I want to! Can’t even walk the dog as she was attacked by a big ass dog with no leash. I tried to block that damn dog with no luck. Twice to…… Continue reading Day 119 Shelter-in-Place & tomorrow is Bastille Day

Investment Property

“Let’s make no mistake about this: The American Dream starts with the neighborhoods. If we wish to rebuild our cities, we must first rebuild our neighborhoods. And to do that, we must understand that the quality of life is more important than the standard of living. To sit on the front steps–whether it’s a veranda…… Continue reading Investment Property