It is oftentimes disconcerting when God suddenly gives you the desires of your heart. The lurch from fantasy to reality is an upheaval that can leave one dazed and overwhelmed by the responsibility to proceed with what He has given you. But it's so worth it. So much has changed since I last posted: ~ … Continue reading Everything’s Different Now
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Because who needs expensive play stands when you already have shelving? No longer content to shred toilet paper on the floor or sit on the bathroom scale, Willow has learned to climb the towel rack and is very pleased with herself because of it. She has not, however, learned how to climb back down, so … Continue reading Willow Wednesday
It's snowing outside. Seems like every time I'm sure spring has finally arrived winter tries to creep back in. Oh well. Maybe next week. I kicked this week off with a grocery run. Mr. Awesome is having a medical procedure done this week that required picking up a few extras we wouldn't normally buy, so … Continue reading Grocery Haul: Over Budget But Happy
Last week was a busy week full of ups and downs, but praise God, the ups outnumbered the downs. In my last post I mentioned how I had purchased several mangos on sale at Aldi with the intention to use them to cut my teeth on hot water bath canning. My mother had very graciously … Continue reading First Week Canning
So this is what we woke up to this morning: While snow in April isn't exactly unusual, it is disheartening. That said, the weather looks as though it (oh, please Lord Jesus) will be warming up around Wednesday next week, though I've been disappointed by my weather app a couple of times already this year. … Continue reading Grocery Haul + Bits n Pieces
I'm hardly an expert at doing book reviews, so I'll apologize before hand if this post is tedious, overly long, or disappointingly brief. But it's hard not to want to share when you've come across a good book, most especially when that book is free. And so, I'd like to introduce you to a lovely … Continue reading Garden Profits: Big Money in Small Plots by E. L. D. Seymour
On Resurrection Sunday we were about six weeks out from our last frost date... hopefully. With this spring's unwillingness to turn warm, I'm a bit nervous as to when our last frost will actually be. At any rate, I'm still stubbornly ploughing ahead with starting warm weather seeds indoors at the usual time and hoping … Continue reading Monday’s Work