One of my goals is to get more organized. I moved down to Oregon sometime at the end of May last year and I still feel like I haven’t unpacked completely.
This dish is so refreshingly delightful I’ve made it last two nights for dinner and again for lunch today. I tend to fixate on something and eat it for days.
I realized that in my post about organizing our office, I left out one very crucial thing. Photos! Who doesn’t love a before and after and in between action?
We started planning our garden for spring the other night and as I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, we have decided to grow our garden to where we can live off.
I just finished painting the trim in the office. Whoa! That was quite the task! It looks 110% better and I am daydreaming what the whole house will look like.
My mom and step-dad where recently down on the farm visiting for days and while doing so, my mom and I managed to get in the kitchen and make a bunch of jars.
This week’s Feature Friday is a blog about a woman who was able to rise above the devastation and heart breaks life can throw your way and and make lemonade.
Many people have heard of electric dog fences but may not understand exactly what they are and what they do. An electric dog fence is called an invisible fence