Of Interest – "The Pioneer Woman" – 6/16/12
I’ve decided that once a week I’m going to start sharing my favorite blogs that I follow from other bloggers. There are a number of incredibly wonderful blogs out there and they provide a wealth of information. You’ll find a pattern in all the blogs I follow in that they are very visually stimulating. I find there has to be as much if not more photos in the blog to pacify my optical needs! Whenever possible I sign up to have the blog posts emailed to me so I don’t have to go hunt and check for the updates. It makes it so convenient to stay in touch!
6/16/12 – “The Pioneer Woman”
I really am not even sure where to begin when describing “The Pioneer Woman” blog. Yes I know it says “Woman” in the title but don’t let that totally turn off all the men out there. I find that on this blog page there are so many interesting and diverse topics covered there is plenty enough there to intrigue men. This blog focuses upon rural life, and getting back in touch with the basic and simple things in life. Good, wholesome cooking like grandma used to make. The decorating of her house inside and out that just welcomes and comforts you! Vegetable gardening. Ree and her husband are currently rehabbing a big old beautiful building. I’m not quite sure what the ultimate purpose of the building will be. Possibly a shop to sell some of her goodies. Ree refers to her husband as “Marlboro Man”. Pioneer Woman even appears on the Food Network. She recently published a new cookbook. Some of her scrumptious recipes with wonderful pictures appear of the blog. I can go on and on. But if you visit her site you will see for yourself. Here is one of her posts from May…
This is the back side of the house where I live with my beloved and our four little pookie bears. The siding on the left—the more weathered gray wood—has been on the house for ages and ages, pretty much since my husband was a little pookie bear himself.
Then we decided we don’t need to replace the old gray siding on our house. It’s perfectly good siding even if it has lost its luster.
I’m so glad we had this talk