From the Inside Flap
May 14: The View is All Good From Here
It's beginning to look a lot likespring! The front lawn is shaping up beautifully after our unusually coldwinter. I've been busy planting everything from perennials to petunias. I loveto see the color popping out everywhere! So much to do to keep thingsship-shape and it's not only landscaping and gardening. Let's see...
The new kitchen is finished (more onthat soon!). Catering is picking up too. We're doing BBQ tomorrow at theAmerican Legion Hall in Harbor Falls--remember that North Carolina style, vinegar-basedsauce recipe I shared a few weeks ago? Yes, that one. I'll be trying it out onthe guys. Last week I hosted Sara Fischer's wedding reception, cake and all.And in two weeks I'll be participating in the Donuts & Dads breakfast eventover at Harbor Falls Elementary. Yes, the donuts will be homemade and I'menlisting the help of my cousin Sydney Hart, who owns Sugar High Bakery, to make this happen. We are expecting lots of dads.
But I'm really most excited about mycookbook. An agent is interested and I'm literally on pins and needles inanticipation. Me?! Suzie Hart. A cookbook author. Ohmygoodness! I do have to say that all of my blog readers havehelped with that. The agent seemed impressed with my subscribers. Thank you!
Sweet Hart Inn has officially been opensix months now and I can't be more pleased with how business is taking off.Last week all of the rooms were full and this weekend I'm expecting a mystery guestwho has booked a room indefinitely. Wow! I wonder what that is all about?
So yes, life is good. I'm recoveringfrom that rough patch I had last year, before I decided to make lemonade out oflemons and chase my dreams. Sweet Hart Inn is mine and I'm not looking back!
Remember--thesweet tea is always cold, blueberry muffins are on the buffet, and the porch isperfect for sitting. The Blue Ridge Mountains are calling. Come escape for awhile! Whether you choose a front porch rocker or an Adirondack chair on theback deck--the view is all good from here.
Until next time, Suzie