“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Twelve Years And Still Tears

For those that were lost, and the memories that will change us forever, keep us strong in our hearts and souls.

Let there always be a few tears in our eyes when we remember.

1 comment:

Kittie Howard said...

Amen. Such a sad, sad day!

It's probably more because I leaned more toward catching posts as they popped on my screen, but for some odd reason thought your blog had closed. Sorry, my bad!! I must admit, I read your previous posts with a certain nostalgia. I so enjoyed your photos, how beautiful your farm was during the various seasons and felt motivated when I read about all you did. Remember Brees? He must be a great-grandfather by now! But you did what you had to do and are now in another beautiful part of the country. New adventures await!

We spent July and August in Europe (Italy and France). I could sooooo relate to your photos and everything you wrote. The closest I can come to the tomatoes used in Italian sauces is at Whole Foods. I believe they're under the Cento label -- but be sure and look for San Marzano Tomatoes on the front label. (Pomi makes a sauce as well from them.) Anyway, the taste is pretty much salt free and sugar free, the real thing. Please google these tomatoes as to why they're great -- too much for here.

I'll check out what the new owners are doing later . . .