I learned about this soup at a friend’s house playing Bunco. I’ve made it a few times. It’s so easy and yummy. I plan on making this at Bass Lake. Give it a try! Enjoy!https://sweetandsavorymeals.com/instant-pot-lasagna-soup/
Best job ever! I love being a teacher! I love being a librarian! If you ever hear Eugene Yelchin, please do. He grew up in the Soviet Union/Russia and saw so much as a young lad. He has the gift to tell stories and his talent as an illustrator is incredible.
I read a few years ago Breaking Stalin’s Nose. Add this book to your library. Now I am reading The Assassination of Branwain Spurge, a collaboration with M. T. Anderson
I love the opportunities to meet with authors. This is Meg Fleming. She is a lovely person and I’m glad we got to meet. I’m taking the photo but I’m with my library teacher librarian friends enjoying our time with Meg. Check out her beautiful picture books. Enjoy and keep reading. I’m grateful for the California Young Readers Medal for the opportunity to meet authors and illustrators.
As a teacher librarian, I get to meet authors and illustrators. I love this job. Here I am at the California Young Reader Medal dinner getting author Sara Pennypacker autograph. I love this book, Pax, by her. You had me at “fox”. And there’s going to be a sequel. The decorations graced the dinner tables and were created by young elementary students. If you get a chance to hear Sara Pennypacker speak, go for it. Well worth it. AND READ PAX, you’ll thank me later.
One of the things that I love about being up at Bass Lake is sharing it with my friends. Just a bunch of friends, cooking, baking, laughing and enjoying the fruits of our cooking.
Here is my friend Annie, showing us how to make bread. I wish I had taken a photo of the finish product but it was so good, we ate it. Boy did it smell good. Bass Lake good times, good food and good friends. I am so fortunate to be so blessed. How did I get so lucky?!
It’s snowing at Bass Lake! I traveled up to Bass Lake to see all the snow. It’s amazing. I’m normally not up during snow season. I’m still learning to drive in snow/winter conditions. I’m so lucky my friend Christine, who has lived in snow and knows how to drive in snow, volunteered to drive me up to the snow for the morning. I learned to put chains on tires. Also we were watching live cam Deadwood at top of Oakhurst to keep an eye on snow conditions. Check out the snow and take a thermos of hot chocolate. I just have one question for you? Do you want to build a snowman?
One of my favorite places to eat is at Ducey’s. Upstairs is causal grill dining and downstairs more formal dining. Both great places to eat and enjoy. Upstairs, you can catch a game on TV and have a burger or salad. Downstairs has a lovely yummy menu. Either spot is a win. Go and enjoy.