Sunday, September 28, 2014

Here's Another Pictures in a Picture

Pictures in a Picture  (PIP)

Wow! the results are in. You liked the last one so much I decided to give you another one. This one is pictures of some of the Hottest peppers of the world also and a row of vine ripened cherry tomatoes. Grown in my very own Memorial Greenhouse in my backyard. It is also shown. I really like the one of all the Ghost peppers inside the bright yellow collender. Yellow is one of my theme colors of the GH as you can see. I think it represents happiness. Sorta like the Sun commercial in the Jimmy Dean sausage commercials. Don't you agree'? That being said... I hope you all have a fantastic week and may the good Lord bless you.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Picture of a Picture

Hi Folks, long time no see, Well I've been very busy doing a little wallpaper removal and painting plus working full time. I've been also maintaining my property and working in the greenhouse. There has been an invasion of whiteflies in there and they have been driving me up the wall. Tried all sorts of removal tactics and nothing seemed to get a handle on them. I have finally figured it out. By using insecticidal soap I have gotten the upper hand on them. A lot of damage has occurred up to this point. Mainly leaf dropping and stunted growth.                                                             I'm starting to see new life emerging though. At least now I know what to use in the future. It's not easy trying to maintain a greenhouse, but I still love it.

Now, about the PIP. This picture is on the wall in my office. I speaks for itself. A collect of the kinds of peppers I grow plus the picture of the Greenhouse. The picture of the greenhouse has become my signature picture of it. I call it "A Hot August Day" and it was very hot that day in August of 2013. I think it's pretty cool. What do you think?

Thursday, September 4, 2014

New York Cheese Cake 1st

Hello everyone, Just wanted to share this with you. This is a New York Cheese Cake and it is the second one I ever made. The first one was the day before. My friend Mike retired the other day for the company I work for. He would on occasion bring one of these in and share it with us. His wife Bernadette made it. With him being gone I knew we would be missing these so I asked him for the recipe. He happily sent it to me. Having never made one I was a bit skeptical. But like all challenges I face there is the synergy that is created and I usually succeed, I tried to quit smoking my pipe a couple of months ago and failed to do so. That's what I'm talking about. .But with this challenge it was there. I am happy to report that success reigned. They are absolutely devine. Now we know where the next one will come from. Thank-you Mike and Bernadette and God bless you.