It’s Thanksgiving weekend, here in Canada.
🌼I have much to be grateful for.🌼
This holiday just makes me think about those people (past and present) and things, even more than usual.😊
I think it’s a great idea to start the day, with a gratitude list. I try to do that, every day. Sets a positive tone for the rest of the day too.
🌹What are you most grateful for?🌹
I thought this was SO cute and such a fun way to start October! From one of my long time followed blogs, Bugburry Pond.
These scones are my favorite way to use up leftover mashed potatoes.
So yummy and delish!😊
I made a batch this past week to go with soup for supper. No leftovers after that.😉
This has been a popular recipe download for years, here at Veggies….
Hope you enjoy some (sweet or savory) real soon.
These scones are absolutely delicious, melt-in-your-mouth good!!!😊
I have now tried them as a vegan-friendly version, after being inspired by a post on the popular mainstream cooking blog: Pinoy Cookthat featured this recipe and some gorgeous photos too….
I have included options for making them sweet or savory, vegan or not. I hope you will enjoy them too. I look forward to hearing about your results. PS Please excuse the less than pristine albeit clean, oldie but goodie…. pizza pan in my ‘action shot’ it actually looks worse in the photo than it is !.
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I’ve done a lot of knitting and crocheting over the years.
Shawls, blankets, sweaters, gloves,hats…..
I’ve loved every minute of these creative pursuits.
But there is nothing quite like making REAL socks for the first time, for the ultimate knit satisfaction!😊
Unfortunately, many novice knitters in particular are very intimidated by the steps involved in making that first sock.
That’s where a really good how-to sock guide, book, site or video can be invaluable.
Unfortunately, one of my favorite how- to sock guides by Sandra Harris, is NO longer available at Amazon.😔
But there ARE plenty of resources out there for the wannabe sock knitter. It is a lifelong knitting skill SO worth learning.
RAVELRY is a great place to start.
Sign up is free and easy, if you’re not already a member. A fun and worthwhile place to visit, with a multitude of resources, for knitters at all levels.
And with 🎄 Christmas 🎄 only weeks away, this is a great time to start thinking about those perfect handmade 🎁🎁.
Socks Made With ❤ Are SO Special!
One of the many things I ❤ about autumn, the harvest fruits and vegetables at their peak, and all the yummy recipes to use them in.
Apples are way up on that list!😊
The recipe (see page two) for:
Apple–Sour Cream, Crumb Pie
is one of my🍎 favorites that I hope you enjoy soon.
I’m making one of these oh so rich and yummy pies, later today.
Definitely good but definitely NOT for a dieting day!!😏
Has anyone else been experiencing really BAD customer service from Amazon recently?
I use the Amazon Canada site but I’m beginning to wonder if this is a company wide issue.
Delivery dates are hardly ever accurate and the representatives I’ve been emailing with recently about a variety of issues leave much to be desired. They don’t even answer the actual questions I’m asking, just some ” copy and paste” usually unrelated to the actual problems.
Even their Executive Office is slipping. That used to be a final resort that worked but even they seem to be just going through the motions now, and not serving their customers as they should.
Right now, I’m having an ongoing issue with a reseller order I placed for a laptop. I am not exaggerating, so far I have written at least 15 emails about this, LONG detailed emails, and still not resolved.
I ended up ordering another laptop from HP directly. Got a great bundle deal, including a new printer and no hassle!!
If Amazon doesn’t wise up soon, I am not going to order anything but e-books from them. THAT they can’t screw up (or so I’m hoping).
Please let me know if you are also noting a big slide in Amazon’s customer service. They aren’t the only game in town.