Monthly Archives: August 2011

Six Degrees of Yellow

I’ve been working on my personal “Pin it to Real Life” challenge, and since that is far more interesting than the strep throat that everyone here is suffering from, I’ll show you something I actually finished! I came across this … Continue reading

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Year of Soulemama: Some Sewing + Eating

I know it’s only month one, but we are so very much enjoying our “Year of Soulemama” as we follow along with the months in her new book, The Rhythm of Family: Discovering a Sense of Wonder through the Seasons.  … Continue reading

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How to Grind Your Own Flour

Grinding your own flour!  It is so much easier than you think – and so many good reasons to do it. I am blogging over at Good Life Eats today!   Click here to read my article.

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An End of Summer Tradition (maybe)

If you do something two years in a row is it a tradition?  If so, then we enjoyed our second annual end of summer horseback riding tradition over the weekend.  Horses are so much fun.  The girls want one of … Continue reading

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If it’s broken: Fix It

I hate the term “broken home.”  So you have a broken marriage, and you already feel like a failure of great proportions, but if you have kids you have to be able to carry this too: you broke your home.  … Continue reading

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A Friday Moment

Feeling quiet today, but trying to remember all that I have to be grateful for.  Joining Soulemama and remembering a moment from the week.  I wish you all the happiness that a late summer weekend should bring. {this moment} – … Continue reading

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Pin it to Real Life

A Note to My Readers:  I want to thank everyone who comes here – I consider everyone of you an important part of my “community” and I am so thankful for the world wide web that makes such a unique … Continue reading

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