Well, I decided to give in and give him something he really, really wanted — even if it meant a lot of work. What did he want? Watch and see!
Archives for December 2017
7 Things I have learned in the first year I’ve spent volunteering at the county animal shelter, and some of the crazy questions people ask.
Today I shared what it is that I have been working on for the Etsy shop (they will be going in at the end of the week.) And for the Wednesday coffee chat…story time.
I am loving all of the cards that are coming in from Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois and more! Let’s bring back the Christmas Cards!
Store bought frozen hash brown potatoes combined with eggs, cheese and a handful of ingredients make for a fantastic breakfast that you can prepare ahead of time and bake in the morning.
This week I headed to the salon. It was time for a change. Then I was invited to a local fashion show. Finally, it was back to the homestead to get some work done.
I’ve been asked by several folks recently about the chickens. In particular, how am I still getting eggs, and what am I feeding them? Today I took a few minutes to talk about it.
Everyone loves homemade treats during the holidays, and here’s some ideas for you to cook up the love this year. First of all, fudge is a classic holiday treat that is given each year. Why not mix things up a little with a fudge that is different from all the rest? I have two fudge…
Well we had an interesting day. Something unexpected happened to say the least, and Duke (and Jack) saved the day!
In this post, I am sharing a list of every recipe that I have shared, every November since I launched this website. Discover some new-to-you recipes or rediscover some old favorites! Let’s take a look back and see what was shared. 2010 How to Make Hard-Boiled Eggs 2011 Sweet Potato Casserole 2012Simple Broiled Halibut Portuguese Sweet…