This weekend we fixed up a little corner in the basement for movie watching, gaming, and listening to CDs.… Read More Ugly to Wonderful: Project #14
This “Weed” is rumored to be an appetite suppressant and a diuretic.
It can be taken as an herbal supplement or included with other ingredients contained in weight loss supplements and detoxifying products.… Read More Dandelion Tea: Project #12 of our 40 in 40 Days
Some may laugh and say Amish bread should not be made in an electric bread machine…
My friend Angela told me it was actually “Sacrilegious” to do so!… Read More Amish Bread Day 11 of the 40 Day Challenge
I made this Calzone by rolling tomato sauce, basil, oregano, mushrooms,
and cheese up in the dough using the recipe above,
and baking at 375 degrees for 35 minutes.… Read More Easy Calzone: Project # 10 of my 40 Day Challenge
My goals were to add more blue in the Hutch, and also to add a bit of summer to the look.
… Read More The Hutch: A Summer Project –Day 6
Not only are we LEARNING about new and unusual vegetables,
we are meeting new people, practicing manners, learning the art of conversation, the value of money, and the wisdom of decision making on the fly. This is confidence building 101.… Read More Developing Healthy Confidence in Children: 40 Day Project, Day 5
Today, my son and I rolled up our sleeves and DID IT! We made our Living Room a place of comfort, purpose, and beauty! … Read More A Comfortable, Beautiful, Clean Living Room: the 40 Days Project (Day 4)
My Son’s favorite subject is Science. We are finished with official Schooling for 5th Grade now, but he loves experimenting so much, I think it to be a shame to let that craving for learning suffer in the summertime. Testing for acidic and base (alkaline) substances. We set out to discover the makeup of… Read More 40 Projects in 40 Days… Project 3 –SCIENCE
This Project was inspired by the reading of the book, “The Hungry Frog,” who falls into a bucket of Milk and swims rapidly to get out. … Read More Practicing Patience… or the Making of Butter on Day 2 of Project 40 Days
The French Country Cottage style will eventually reign in this home, with a flair toward Shabby Chic. But our decorating style is definitely NOT mission, bungalow, or Tudor, so we have our work cut out for us! … Read More Colors: Past, Present, and Future!