Daddy thinks it's a Finer Thing that she is fascinated with worms.
Mommy thinks it will be a Finer Thing when she is relieved of hook-baiting duty. Ewwwwwww
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One of the keys to feeding your family wholesome meals for less is to know when to buy and at what price. And then... what to do with all that food?!
Nell asked "How do you balance using your stockpile? I mean, does it burn that you have to use … [Keep reading…]
When we moved to Tiny Town three years ago I was more fit than at any other time in my life, including my life before birthing children and even my life as a fairly active teen. I was strong, I had energy, and I looked pretty good, too. ;-)
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As I mentioned last week, we budget solely on my husband's teaching and coaching salary. We have purposed to live below our means so that his income is sufficient. That said, it's a … [Keep reading…]
Sunday would have been my brother's 30th birthday.
As we were headed to the hospital that afternoon to meet and love on our brand new niece, birthdays were the topic of a lively conversation. My boy turned 4 on Saturday, and the new precious babe … [Keep reading…]
One of the things I never order at a restaurant is fajitas. No need, because they are easy and delicious at home! This beef and chicken combo is fabulous, but feel free to use just one or the other. Shrimp is yummy, … [Keep reading…]
It's back to reality after our little vacation last week. And the reality is, no matter what's going on in our day... no matter how crazy life is... the people in my house get hungry and I have to feed them. The other reality is that even though … [Keep reading…]
A little glimpse into who I am. What makes me tick.
While on our 3-day getaway this week, when Lance was in his meetings, I had the opportunity to do whatever I wanted. Shop uninterrupted wherever I wanted. Alone.
For a gal who's usually … [Keep reading…]
One of The perk to being a coach in Tiny Town is a three-day trip to coaching school. Perk? Um, yes. The hotel is paid for (two nights). Transportation is provided, and a meal allowance given. Families are welcome.
Last … [Keep reading…]