The cabinets for the upstairs space are designed and ready to be made, but we skidded to a slight halt when it came time to select the variety of wood.
Seeing that we’re in the middle of Holy Week, I thought I’d share this photo of me on Easter morning 19 years ago.
I finally watched August: Osage County last weekend. As is the case with most movies these days, I didn’t get a chance to see it in the theater, so as soon as I saw it was available on Pay Per View, I settled in with Marlboro Man and gave it a shot.
This is one of my favorite Easter recipes from my holiday cookbook, so I wanted to share it with you here!
By BooMama. A couple of weeks ago I was at the beach, and for the first few days I was convinced I would never be warm again.
As you know, the first phase of the Building project has been finishing the office space upstairs (shown above, in February).
By Heather Sanders “Help! My daughter/son/grandchild is struggling in public/private/charter school, and I think I want to homeschool.
Everyone’s teenage daughter plops down on the dog bed and takes selfies with her Basset Hound, right?
I have several things to say about this recipe I’m sharing today. First: It has nothing to do with Easter.
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Today, because it’s the start of the weekend, and because I love ya, I’m giving away three (3)of these gorgeous KitchenAid mixers.
We got the remaining windows covered up and the guys are hard at work on them. Getting the old windows covered up actually helps me visualize what it will all look like once it’s done!
This is a very special recipe for two important reasons: One, it’s delicious, hearty, and comforting.
Thank you so much for voting in my “Beard or No Beard” poll the other day, wherein we all took the liberty of deciding what my brother-in-law Tim should do with his facial hair.
I snapped this photo with my cell phone a couple of evenings ago, and when I had a chance to look at it yesterday, I had to chuckle.
I’ve spent the last two months gradually compiling a list of my all-time favorite movies. I had to spend that amount of time, because in the past, whenever I’ve attempted to sit down and compile the list in one sitting, I would inevitably leave some important ones out since it’s impossible to reflect upon a lifetime of movie watching all at one go.
Yesterday started early. Around dark-thirty, I think. *Yawwwwwwwwwn* By the time everyone arrived with their horses, the sun had popped up!
By Heather Sanders It is April; the month I typically begin receiving and reading through various homeschooling curriculum and supply catalogs; so naturally, my head is already spinning regarding which courses Meredith and Kenny will take next school year.
I walked outside on the porch yesterday before leaving for church so that I could scratch Hooker‘s ears and reassure her that I love and adore her, which I try to do once a day so she doesn’t ever doubt it, when lo and behold, I came face to face with this bull.
Oh, dear. Oh, my. Oh, help. Oh, BEHAVE! (Name that movie.) Okay, first of all: the intricate surface of this cake is not due to my superior cake sculpting skills.