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Philippians 4:8 Free Printable

I had one of those days where things just weren’t going well.  Nothing horrible happened; it was just a combination of small things and a not good attitude on my…

A Back to School Gift for a Teacher: Paper Wrapped Pencils

I enjoy giving gifts. But, if I have learned anything from decluttering parts of my home, I know that many times well thought gifts end up taking up space. You…

Book Review: Lord, Teach Me to Study the Bible in 28 Days by Kay Arthur

Name of Book: Lord, Teach Me to Study the Bible in 28 Days Author: Kay Arthur Why I decided to read this book: I had heard many other women talk…

‘Be a Happy Person’ Free Printable

Posted by: Kelli Sometimes I need a reminder to be joyful and grateful. Patient and thankful. I didn’t know how to encompass all those words. So I went the simple…

Passing on a Heritage

Posted by: Kelli We live just three and a half miles from my parents. In other words, I have two little boys who live three and a half miles from…

One of Those Days

Posted by: Kristi I had a few minutes to go to the bathroom by myself earlier.  Due to this rare occurrence, I realized I was wearing the same underwear as…

A Beginner Friendly Low Volume Quilt

Quilting is a bit like running for me. I love the result but sometimes the process takes some perseverance. I started quilting almost six years ago and haven’t stopped. Since…

Book Review: At Home with Madame Chic by Jennifer Scott

Posted by: Kristi Name of Book: At Home with Madame Chic: Becoming a Connoisseur of Daily Life Author: Jennifer L. Scott Why I decided to read this book: I was…

Five Inexpensive Gift Ideas for a Friend

I grow selfish very easily, and what two things do I find myself growing selfish about more and more? My time and my money. With two little ones at home,…

Garage Sale Edition #2: A Reupholstered Bench

Last summer I found this bench at our neighbor’s garage sale. Is that proper neighbor etiquette? To buy home decor from your neighbor? I also bought my big white ‘R’…

How to Sew with Isosceles Triangles

Over a year ago, I was at Jo Ann’s Fabrics looking to buy a triangle ruler. I loved all the triangle quilts showing up all over Pinterest. As I was…

Book Review: Keep It Shut by Karen Ehman

(This post has been written by my sister, Kristi.) I have to admit – I read nearly two books in the middle of this book because I just couldn’t get…

Our One Month Blogiversary

Well folks, it has been a month since we’ve started this adventure called a blog.  In following you will find a check-in post to give an honest review of what…

The Best Way to Cook Fresh Green Beans from Your Garden

If you asked me what my ideal life looked like, here it is: My husband would not have to go to work. (I’m not sure what our source of income…

A Mixed Media Collage: A Craft Project for a Two Year Old

A rainy day. Two sicks kids. An attempt to pass the time without melt downs. Do other moms have these days?

Five Simple & Delicious Salad Combinations

April 8th, 2015. I have it written down. It is a somewhat monumental date. I decided to cut refined carbs and refined sugars from my diet again. This is no…

A Big Wooden Letter ‘R’

You may have read that we love garage sales around here! Home decor is something great to shop for at garage sales. I recently found this wooden letter ‘R’ at…

Scripture Memory for Toddlers

I like the term Tedd Tripp uses in his book Shepherding a Child’s Heart. He calls it a ‘Godward orientation.’ Here is how I explain a ‘Godward orientation…in my own…

20 Ways to make your Grandparents feel Special

I was corresponding with an elderly lady not too long ago. I told her about this list I had created. I wanted to serve my aging grandparents better, and I…

Simple Paleo Almond Joys

This is a recipe that I have grown to love. Ever since eliminating the majority of refined carbs and refined sugars from my diet, this recipe has been my go-to…