a terracotta church from Mexico in my Esperanza garden
It’s not always about finding things or treasures, although I enjoy that too.
For me, it s about finding that treasure of an idea- that writing here at White Spray Paint provides me.
I found one a while back that I hope my daughters take to heart. It is important.
Here is Dear Daughters: Listen to the Yearning.
And to that, I found some emotions yesterday that were reminiscent of a younger age-
Remember that expression?
There is no DIY message here for that, other than keeping a tight
rein and working hard around the house and realizing that sometimes the little girl in me surfaces.
And living in South Texas as I do, Mexican food is available everywhere , and it is done well.
However, if you are looking for a go to simple chicken recipe to try at home, check out Jean’s
Chicken Verde Casserole from Delightful Repast.
Plus the translation of the recipe’s title in Spanish is priceless.
Her blog is an amazing resource for the home cook.
And with spring time coming, we all want to dress the part.
There is nothing cuter than a hot colored Mexican top paired with white cropped jeans and turquoise
Check mine out here.
And you must stop by and read Nancy’s blog Always in a Southern State of Mind.
You can begin with her recent post Powder Puff, but kick your shoes off- you are going to be there a while.
She has that great turn of phrase all wrapped up in humor that I love- plus she is an amazing designer.
And to the kindest blogger around- Theresa at They Call Me Ganky.
Theresa has always stayed true to her sweet message in her posts which is that it is about family and the belief
that ‘today is going to be a good day’. She ends every comment on your blog with ‘Hugs’.
Who doesn’t need that?
Thank you Theresa.