I live in the year 2012. I have 1700 sq ft in the main part of my home. I have a basement and a garage. I have outbuildings. I have succeeded in filling them up with stuff. It’s my fault. I didn’t throw away the pens that didn’t work. They
FOR TODAYOutside my window…it is dark and cold. I am thankful…for life. I am glad to be given another day. I am glad to have six children and a wonderful husband. I am thankful for a healthy dose of perspective when things don’t always go the way we planned. From
I wanted to show you one of our summer projects. It is a passive solar heater based on the principle that hot air rises and cold air sinks. We built it with a 4 x 8 sheet of plywood for the back. It has two holes on the top for
Wow! What a special day! This is my 100th post! How shall I celebrate? I know! I’ll catch a cold and tell you how I’m treating it lol!Obviously, getting up at 4:00am a few days in a row has worn me down and I find myself with a cold and
I have a great desire to own a dehydrator. I have researched and found what I feel is the best balance between low wattage and full features. I definitely want to dehydrate liquids, so I must be able to get leather trays. The only problem is paying for it lol.
It’s that time of year again! Our first kid arrived today. Doug found him a few minutes after birth. We got him up on his feet and nursing and he is doing quite well. His name is Magnum PI, in honor of Tom Selleck. Good job, Peach! You’re a good
I have always been drawn to the simple life. My mom made our own clothes and toys, and my dad grew a big garden and hunted venison to help with food. Now, with a home of my own and 5+ kids to care for, my heart is seeking the simpler