I prefer to use a rice wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar as it is less acidic on the taste.
chill and serve
Kathy's Beet ,walnut and feta salad
1 can chopped beets drained
1 bunch green onions chopped
1/4 c walnuts
1/4 c feta
1 bunch parsley chopped
splash of vinegar and oil
dash of salt and pepper
toss, chill and serve
Cucumber Salad 1 English cucumber peeled,halved and sliced into half moons 1/2 onion sliced in half moons 1/2 tsp dill and dill and celery seed mixed 1/2 bunch parsley or dill chopped salt and pepper 1/2 c vinegar ( I like to use a mint lemongrass vinegar or a honey ginger)
My parents got me a new singer sewing machine for my birthday. I have made a few items pictured here. I didn't have any patterns , so I think I did pretty good for being a newbie and starting from scratch. I have some great fabric I want to make a maxi dress with but I don't have the confidence level to do that one just yet.
I happened to see a lady I generally see in passing around town having an estate sale. I stopped in and found this great bag. It is in perfect condition and still has the original lock and key. What a great retro find. I also picked up a cheese dome made from the top of a gallon wine jug. I love it and it goes great with the boats motif. I also found several pieces of pressed depression era glass and cute art deco cordial glasses.
The lady Elaine who was having the sale is 93 years old. She has lived in that house since she was 21. Her granddaughter lives several hours away and is the only living family she has, so she is moving there to live with her. Up til last summer I would see Elaine on her riding mower , mowing the acre her house sets on.
There were lots of women at the conference. I chose to go to the one locally to save on hotel, parking and gas. I am glad I didn't spend the extra money to go to Dallas. Truthfully I did not not enjoy the career conference at all. The most enjoyable part was the 3 vendors they had onsite. I bought all the MK pins you see on my jacket, a great leopard purse, and MK gift certificates for my customers.
My reasons for not liking the conference are: 1. The chairs were attached and each seat was directly in front of the other, so I couldn't see. 2. When a guest speaker was up they were not projected on the giant video screen so I never even saw them. 3. The basic feel of the conference was cold. 4. I didn't learn anything that I haven't already learned in a weekly meeting. 5. If anything the career conference demotivated me and I felt like I got suckered out of 90$ ( I did receive cosmetics in my welcome packet which I will sell in my stock.)
Many people say seminar is much better, but I don't foresee myself spending over 800$ to attend it.
I like my Mary Kay just how it is with local weekly meetings and instruction.