This fence surrounded the entire property. No telling how long it took them to gather and place those stones. It seemed to be at least 2 feet high. I loved the old wagons they placed along the front of the driveway very rustic. I took this driving by and failed to get the actual driveway.
This wooden fence surrounded some farm land, I couldn’t get it all. It seemed to go on around it a long way. I loved the old unpainted look of it.
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Grape vine that grows each year over an old wooden fence where I used to live.
Taken in 2009 ..I loved this fence with all the iris lining it. Springtime in Michigan is in May near Memorial day.
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There is a commercial for Pepsi that is all over the internet. It is very funny..and looks entirely REAL. Some are stating that is was not a real video but a made up one.Not the real Jeff Gordon driving the car. Whether made up or not, it is very entertaining. Is the purpose of a commercial to sell the product?..YES..is the purpose to entertain while selling the product?.. YES.. I think this commercial does both very well. What do you think?? It’s worth watching and seeing for yourself. The reaction of the salesman is priceless and if faked he really deserves credit for being an excellent actor.
SO how do you fix your St. Patrick’s day meal.???
Is it a long
drawn out ordeal of brinning the meat or boiling or baking the meat. SPICED OR NOT SPICED? I used to like the spiced meat..but have gotten used to the un-spiced now. I was shocked to hear from a neighbor that she no longer makes her dinners that she made for 50 years, because the meat is too tough for them to eat..That was so sad to hear. I told her that there are so many ways to fix the dinner. She could not believe that someone boiled the meat. She never had made it that way.
She was baking the meat in the oven and that made it really tough to chew…My mother was born in the south and her mother always boiled the meat and made a boiled dinner out of it.That meat falls apart and loses some of the salt in the water and by adding the cabbage and potatoes it loses more salt…. or does it?? THIS IS THE QUESTION…Does it really lose the salt or is it still there? I say it is there… but not as bad as if the whole thing were baked, with some glaze on it.Whatever you make for your holiday meal..I am sure it will be yummy!!
Here is my recipe for what our local store calls IRISH FLUFF, but there are other names for it too. This is a really sweet dessert you might like to try..
1 (20 ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained
1 (3 ounce) package instant pistachio pudding mix
1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
1/2 (10.5 ounce) package miniature marshmallows
In a large bowl, combine the pineapple and dry pistachio pudding mix. Fold in thawed whipped topping and marshmallows until well mixed. Refrigerate until chilled and serve.
HOPE YOUR WEEKEND IS FULL OF IRISH GOOD LUCK WISHES..