Its spring and May is around the corner and at my house early May means hunting for Morels. These are wild mushrooms and the places that we go to find them are apparently an age old Jordan secret. The thing about Morels is that they are hard to find, in the beginning, you search and search and pay particular attention to the sandy patches where they love to grow. Then all at once you find one, and then another and suddenly they are everywhere you look. I am not sure what this phenomenon is called but it is like you suddenly are looking at the same area with a different lens and it is one that makes Morels easy to spot.
Wayne Wight was re-connected with his natural family several years ago. Although they live out of town he now frequently connects with them via e-mail or an occasional FaceTime call.
Wayne and his sister Ruth have really enjoyed FaceTiming, and as a result, Wayne is now supported to FaceTime with his sister Ruth on a weekly basis, as well as email his sister Bernice, and the rest of his family.
To beat the winter blahs this year Krista took the initiative to set up a cooking night, at the President's Choice Cooking School. She invited her friends to join her for this evening of fun, laughs and cooking. On the menu were pizzas, chocolate lava cookies, and fruit skewers, all with help from Chef Elaine McCarthy. As you can see from the pictures, this was a festive time!