Welcome to the round up of posts that you might have missed during the week here on Smorgasbord.
It seems to take longer each year to get back to normal after the holidays. Almost the middle of January and at least spring always appears to be around the corner once we get into this part of the year. Nothing startling happening around the house as we are waiting for dry weather to get in stones for drainage and topsoil to finish the piece where the new fence has been erected. We have adopted a much more relaxed approach to these jobs now, as nothing we do or say is going to make the weather more amenable to our needs!
Never mind, there is plenty of warmth and friendship online to enjoy and we could have it a great deal worse. As the fires in Australia continue, we can only be grateful for days of rain and the ability to live safely. The devastation and loss of life and wildlife is something that will take decades to fully recover from and it must be a huge worry for relatives of families in the areas under attack.
As always my thanks to the regular contributors and to you for dropping in and supporting us with your comments and sharing of posts.
This week William shares the music of the legendary Count Basie – 1904 – 1984
In the final post of this series Carol Taylor and I team up to share the symptoms of a deficiency of Phosphorus and the foods you need to include in your diet regularly.
This month Silvia Todesco shows us how to make authentic pesto sauce, and essential ingredient in pasta sauces.
My review for Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney
Two more stories from this collection…
For the first Tuesday in the month for Colleen’s Tuesday Poetry Challenge 159 it is poet’s choice. I have selected a Butterfly Cinquain…
Here is part one of an alternative shopping list that your body might write if it was capable. It does try to tell you that it is missing elements that it needs which is when you are sick. This list contains the top sources for the nutrients our bodies need to be healthy.
Thank you for all your support and wishing you a great week ahead. Look forward to seeing you here again.. thanks Sally.