being fearless at 60

Championing Living, Loving and Laughing

joinaltruist:

Giving Tuesday.

Nice one.
Fearless60.

joinaltruist:

Giving Tuesday.

Nice one. Fearless60.

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picked before them pesky ants.Everything from the store cupboard broad beans from winter in freezer.Plus soya mince yay! Receipe & hopefully dinner sorted.

number One’s son peaches ready.Where’s the step ladder?

throughstormyseas:

Love this!

throughstormyseas:

Love this!

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amazing almonds are splitting.Harvest time soon yay!

“Be fearless. Have the courage to take risks. Go where there are no guarantees. Get out of your comfort zone even if it means being uncomfortable. The road less traveled is sometimes fraught with barricades bumps and uncharted terrain. But it is on that road where your character is truly tested And have the courage to accept that you’re not perfect nothing is and no one is — and that’s OK.”

—   

Katie Couric (via observando)

Sums up my 60 tested years.
Chuffed for it is written.
Fearless60.

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I am so enjoying all the splendid tumblr summer photos of holidays,beautiful vegetables,recipes,art work,smiling children,quotes,places of the world,positive chats,the list goes on.....

Little and big things making my world go round thank you fellow tumblers have a good week ahead,keep tumbling and most of all keep well:

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sosaecaetano:


Garden Quiche
(Adapted from a recipe in the seriously gorgeous The Forest Feast cookbook, by Erin Gleeson.)
Ingredients:
- a sheet of frozen puff pastry, lightly defrosted
- 6 eggs
- 1/4 cup of cream
- a small bunch of garden veggies (I included a small onion, 6 small peppers, 2 small zucchinis, 4 mini eggplants, 1 jalapeno, and a handful of mini tomatoes cut in pieces.)
Directions:
1. Rough chop and saute the garden veggies in some olive oil for about 10-minutes. (Exclude the tomatoes from this step.)
2. Place puff pastry sheet into greased 8x8 baking dish.
3. Evenly spread sauteed veggies over the puff pastry.
4. Mix eggs and cream, then pour gently over the sauteed veggies.
5. Slice tomatoes (if including) and arrange them over eggs/veggies.
6. Pop into a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes.


Toptastic photo & reciepe.
Sure to try using up them tomatoes.Fearless60.

sosaecaetano:

Garden Quiche

(Adapted from a recipe in the seriously gorgeous The Forest Feast cookbook, by Erin Gleeson.)

Ingredients:

- a sheet of frozen puff pastry, lightly defrosted

- 6 eggs

- 1/4 cup of cream

- a small bunch of garden veggies (I included a small onion, 6 small peppers, 2 small zucchinis, 4 mini eggplants, 1 jalapeno, and a handful of mini tomatoes cut in pieces.)

Directions:

1. Rough chop and saute the garden veggies in some olive oil for about 10-minutes. (Exclude the tomatoes from this step.)

2. Place puff pastry sheet into greased 8x8 baking dish.

3. Evenly spread sauteed veggies over the puff pastry.

4. Mix eggs and cream, then pour gently over the sauteed veggies.

5. Slice tomatoes (if including) and arrange them over eggs/veggies.

6. Pop into a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes.

Toptastic photo & reciepe. Sure to try using up them tomatoes.Fearless60.

Went out to check out those pesky invading ants & came back with these reddy ripeness.