Tuesday, October 25, 2005

I have updated my Links!!!!


This site is under the Great Sites title of my Links column. Also, I removed a link that started having Porn Popups!!! I am keeping my site clean.

Friday, October 21, 2005

Photo by Artist Rhetta Hancock

This Chandelier was quite amazing. I don't have any history as to who created it.

One of my photos that I took of my Weeping Cherry

ART by Artist Rhetta Hancock

I did this piece of Artwork while I was going to school at WKU. It was to help promote the Art Department.

Recent Painting by Artist Rhetta Hancock

Friends of mine, Lillie and Holland wanted me to paint a picture of her Dad who had past away. It is an acrylic painting on stretched canvas.

Recent Drawing by Artist Rhetta Hancock

The Sublett's owned and ran this grocery in Hadley, Kentucky. They are very special friends that I hung around with while we were growing up. They decided they wanted me to draw a picture of it the way it use to be. It was our hangout. The ballfield is located on the left next along with the old school which I won't never forget. That field was a hill. The ball would roll and the player's would too if they fell down. Many memories and friends all good ones. This is a pencil drawing.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Smoothie Shake Recipe

1/2 bag Private Selection Fruit Blend For Smoothies
1- cup orange juice
1- banana
1-cup milk
2-3 Tbs. yogurt

Blend for 10-20 seconds in blender.
Makes two 16 oz. smoothies

For a more indulgent smoothie, substitute Private Selection Vanilla Ice Cream for the yogurt and half of the milk.


Saturday, October 08, 2005

This is Me

More Works by Artist Rhetta Hancock

Works by Artist Rhetta Hancock

The picture with the pitcher and flowers is a pastel drawing the others are acrylic paintings on stretched canvases.

Recipe- Stuffed yellow squash for 2

Here is a recipe that was gave to me.

Recipe- Stuffed yellow squash for 2
2-medium ( 6 oz. each) yellow squash
1/4 - tsp. salt
2 - Tbsp. margarine - divided.
2 - Tbsp. instant minced onions
4 - Ritz crackers crushed

1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Have ready a microwave and oven baking dish.
2. Cut squash in half lengthwise. Place cut side up in microwave dish with thick ends toward the edges. Sprinkle with salt. Add 2 Tbsp. water to dish.
3. Cover with lid. Microwave on high 5 to 7 mins. Rotate dish 1/2 turn once until squash is tender when pierced with a fork. Cool.
4. Scoop the flesh from the squash leaving a thin shell. Add 1 Tbsp. margarin, onion and crackercrumbs to the squash and mash together with a fork until well blended. Stuff into squash shells and arrange in oven dish. Dot with margarine and sprinkle with paprika. Bake 20 to 25 minutes.