One of the most cherished times of my childhood is the months I spent with my great grandmother in West Virginia. We hung laundry on the line, made daily pies, and sang hymns. … Read More A 1950’s Woman
Cleaning Day and what I found: A nice surprise that warmed my heart… Read More The Gift that Keeps on Giving
With all of the flurry of activity during the busy holidays, I would never be able to do one fraction of the things we do if I had not planned ahead.… Read More Magical Memories
There are dozens of things to do during this down time in Quarantine! Be Creative! Be that fun mom who lets the kids get dirty and make things! … Read More Boredom To Delight: The Troll Village
This past Sunday, my husband invited two new families from our church home with us for the afternoon. I rushed home, searching through the pantry… I had 3 cans of Tuna Fish on hand, and flour tortillas. With very basic ingredients, we were able to feed 3 families a delicious, casual meal of tuna roll ups, soup and salad, with Tasty Cakes for Dessert.… Read More Hospitality: How to Cut the Costs of Entertaining
I love the Fourth of July. Our family celebrates it in much the same ways as any other family in the country: A picnic, a dip in the pool, a campfire with roasted (burnt)marshmallows, and finally, fireworks. But we also celebrate the MEANING of the day. … Read More Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue
Back in those days, we memorized a verse for each letter of the alphabet. We still remember those essential scriptures now!… Read More Light tomorrow with today!
I am His, and I will look for Him in the sunrise and the sunset, and everything that happens in between!… Read More Delight
Grandmother Vivianne loved Red Cardinals, and so I have a small collection to remember her by. … Read More Red Hot Love
May is the month I catch up with my sister and nieces, gabbing and frolicking in the water and lazing around poolside while all of our children swim. Bring on the Summer… I am ready!
… Read More Farewell to May…