Stunning!!! I really would have thought it was Wisteria, but it's Queens Wreath. I've got to
look that up because it's really pretty. I had a Wisteria for many year but, as you probably know, they just take over ever inch of your yard. I had it on an arbor but it got so heavy that it broke it. And it only blooms for a few weeks in the Spring, after that all you have is a lot of green. But the bees and the birds (and stray cats) loved it. Once the arbor broke I had to chop most of it down. It still pops up from the ground every year. This year I thought I would try and stack it and see if I can get control of it. But I love your iron trellis - it makes for a beautiful presentation.
My stove burners get absolutely disgusting. Sealing them up with a tiny bit of pure ammonia makes it possible to just wipe clean with a sponge. #SpringCleaning http://www.thevspotblog.com/2011/07/cleaning...
on Mar 04, 2013
Wow, I learn so much from you ladies. I just did a major kitchen cleaning last week. I live by
myself so I don't have time to clean really, really good every night. I washed all the cabinet doors, the dishwasher, frig, pulled the stove top up and cleaned underneath, counters, mopped the floor and tossed out tons of plastic containers. I also put the stove burner racks into the sink filled with hot, soapy water, but it really didn't help any. They still felt sticky and weren't clean when I took them out. But I'm certainly going to try this method as soon as I can. Thanks, you ladies are so helpful.