Personal accomplishments and tasks too tough for me in the kitchen

Lisa McNeece

With my younger sister Deanna and kids in town, we had Easter dinner at my mother’s house Sunday. We divided the cooking, and at my house Jo Ellen made Green Bean Casserole. I made Pistachio Salad, a rice casserole, deviled eggs and tried a new pie recipe which I thought was fantastic:
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Victory against the pesky Robins this year

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This year, I won the battle with the Robins who really want to raise their families on my front porch.
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Ellie can’t get “RABBITS!” off her mind

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Five-year-old granddaughter Ellie Kathryn and I went to run some errands in town Saturday morning and one was to stop by Bruce Farm Supply to get some Osmocote to feed all these plants I have put out.

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One light, two light, three light, no light

Lisa McNeece

It’s been a long time since Bruce had more than one stop light, officially a “traffic control device.”
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Asparagus stuffed chicken a wonderful recipe find

Lisa McNeece

New recipe cooking at our house last week was one we found from the “ I Wash, You Dry” where Shawn Syphus blogs at iwashyoudry.com.
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Pulling out 30 year old smocked outfits for new grandson

Lisa McNeece

The weather during spring break is always awful– cold and rainy, and this year is no exception.
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Success with the first of many of Sir Antony’s recipes

Lisa McNeece

Several people have commented on how well our eight and five year old granddaughters get along. Ha! That’s not always the case.
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Hoping Jack’s toenails don’t produce more dogs like Ellie suggests

Lisa McNeece

One of the doggy owner chores I hate the most is cutting their toenails. And as our 11-year-old diabetic Yellow Lab Jack gets older, it is more and more of a chore.
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Am I too old to enjoy shopping anymore?

Lisa McNeece

I wonder what age you get when you really don’t enjoy shopping anymore.
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Precious honored at Ole Miss; finally got to see The Pavilion

Lisa McNeece

Precious Pratt Thompson, of Calhoun City, was among breast cancer survivors honored at the Ole Miss women’s basketball game Sunday afternoon.
Precious and Sarah Porter Smith of Oxford were honorary coaches in the game.
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