This was the entrance on the south side of the building shortly after we started the project. Here’s the same entrance from the inside.
By Heather Sanders Included in Kenny’s American History (Part 2) co-op course this year is a supplemental study of all the U.S.
My mom used to make Irish Coffee all the time, and now that I think of it, it wasn’t always necessarily St.
When we poured concrete (cement? concrete? cement? concrete? cement? concrete? cement? please advise.) on our front porch a few years ago, I made everyone stop what they were doing and leave impressions of their hands.
My friend Amanda Rettke’s new cookbook comes out tomorrow, and it is incredibly fun, aspirational…and inspirational!
Over the past few years, I’ve had several movie quizzes that have included questions pertaining to John Hughes films.
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Here’s the French toast I made…on Pancake Tuesday. I’m such a rebel. I’ve been cooking and baking like crazy.
Note: I wanted to thank you all so much for your incredibly wise and helpful advice regarding the bathrooms.
When Marlboro Man, the kids, and I were in Colorado last month, we ordered Twice-Baked Potatoes one night.
By Heather Sanders I like the idea of a homeschooling cooperative; I do. A group of parents (predominantly moms, it seems) pooling their knowledge and resources to achieve a common educational objective sounds lovely, and it can be, so long as expectations are clear.
I’m going to start giving away different cooking and baking equipment I use in my recipe posts here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks.
We have a water tower on our ranch. It’s part of the rural water system, and it stays full to ensure that the customers it serves have ample water pressure in their homes.
We’re down to the wire on making decisions about the upstairs bathrooms in The Building. This has been a tricky process, because when we look around for design inspiration, there are millions of trillions of beautiful bathrooms to behold…but so many of them aren’t compatible with the “classic old building” look.
I’m often asked about homeschooling. I’m often asked about the pros and cons. So, over ten years after I started homeschooling, I’ve done something radical: I’ve given it some thought.
By Heather Sanders —————— THE 10 WINNERS OF THE “SECRET GARDEN” BOOK REVIEW & GIVEAWAY ARE: Joan Mason (Comment #1768) Barb (Comment #2035) Kim Kas (Comment #325) Carmen L (Comment #1113) JoyK (Comment #38) Angela(Comment #2) Anne (Comment #556) Torri (Comment #1274) Karen Piveral (Comment #1544) Kirsten M.
Saturday Ice + Sunday Snow = Monday Misery. It’s two degrees outside. Two. Otherwise known as dos. Otherwise known as March Madness!
I held a vote for the top six Oscar races, and the (okay, unofficial) votes are in! SPOILER ALERT: While this is in no way an indication of how the results will turn out tonight, if you want a pure, unspoiled experience and want to be totally surprised…you might skip the results below!
Guess what? I’ve seen exactly ZERO Oscar-nominated films! Not even August: Osage County, which was filmed (almost!
Great job on the quiz, everyone! I warned that it would be a tough one, and it was…and I was so impressed that there were as many 100% scores as there were!