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Hey there! I hope everyone is having a great Sunday so far.  I’ve been busy busy today hiking, grocery shopping and making nummy food.  Yesterday was a pretty busy day too, getting yard work done and having date night with Joe.  We went to a really great restaurant last night and had tapas and craft […]

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  Mentoring days are always so much fun.  Last week, M and I tried the paint bubble craft I’ve been seeing all over Pinterest.  I didn’t do a blog post about it because it did not work out as well as Pinterest claimed.  Theoretically, it should have: add paint to bubbles, blow paint tinted bubbles […]

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I hope everyone had a great weekend! I know I did.  Unfortunately, now I’m not feeling so great.  Everyone around me has been sick for months, and I thought I escaped it this year.  Guess not.  Hopefully though, my Echinacea tea and “no” chicken noodle soup will nip this in the bud.  In the meantime, […]

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More time has lapsed between blog posts than I’d like, but it’s been a busy few days! I got my spring seeds planted, spray painted my doorknobs from Habitat for Humanity and started a new art project that I’ve come to realize won’t be finished for a while. I’m hoping to complete the doorknob project […]

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As you know, I got 5 pounds of parsnips from my Bountiful Baskets distribution on Saturday.  As promised, I tried one of the recipes I found on food.com.  I have to say, I’m surprised at how delicious roasted parsnips are! After making them last night, it took all of five minutes for me and the […]

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For those of you who know, Bountiful Baskets is an organization that buys produce in bulk and distributes to it’s members for a small fee.  I’ve tried it a couple times over the years and always ended up straying.  But the price is right and the produce is usually local and seasonal, so I thought […]

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