When Stana asked me to test knit this cute guy, I jumped at the chance. She designed him after her daughter’s guinea pig, so the knit has a few personal touches to reflect the real pet.
Have you ever noticed that every place you go there is a gift shop, and you cannot leave without walking through it. As homeschoolers who travel a lot we have been to a lot of unique places.
Years ago, the kids started collecting postcards at each place. We find them to be budget friendly and they do not create “too much” clutter. We have tried several different ways of displaying them, but none seem to work well… until now. Continue reading
We have just finished our 4th year with American Heritage Girls. My daughter and I love it. It seems like just yesterday Lily was a cute little Tenderheart; Now she is a Pioneer.
Over the last four years she has earned 84 merit badges, and countless fun patches. Due to my husband’s job, we have been involved in four different troops (each in a different state). People often ask me how we keep up with all her work. We use a notebook. For each level she has a one inch, three-ring binder.
Summer is here! That means lots of BBQ’s and picnics where I come from. Cole Slaw makes a great side for any meal from the grill. When you use pre-cut slaw mix it is quick and easy to make.
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Tagged BBQ, cabbage, salad
The final dishcloth in the set I’m showcasing this month is a Fleck Stitch Dishcloth.
Need a quick personalized gift that suits a wide range of personalities without breaking the bank, give these a try. Continue reading
With summer break coming up, now is the perfect time to work on Gardening and Plant Science Optional requirement #17.
As a parent with a black thumb, I’m excited that Lily is learning to be a little more of a gardener. Maybe, she can keep my house plants alive.
This optional requirement examines the conditions needed for an onion set to germinate. While I don’t plan on growing onions it applies to most other plants. Continue reading