What I’m reading so far this year: I Hear God Laugh by Matthew Kelly Do Something Beautiful for God by Mother Teresa The Seven Levels of Intimacy by Matthew Kelly Love & Respect Dr. Eggerichs
Hello my friends, hard to believe how things have changed in the last month. So much going on in the world. Not unlike all of you I’m finding myself with more time so I thought I’d try to provide some useful ideas/recipes for you. Since we’ve been at home, kids are doing online school, I’m working remotely, the calendars have been cleared. I’ve been spending
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RealMilkMoment #LoveWhatsReal #CollectiveBias Hi friends! Welcome to our Sunday breakfast. It’s one of my favorite meals to pull together and as always real milk is our go-to! The boys drink a ton of milk so we always have a few varieties on hand. Our favorites are skim & chocolate
Hello, I hope your year is off to a good start. I thought I’d share some of my favorite reads from the end of 2019 and what’s on my list to read this year. I read quite a few books last year. I’m going to try to keep better track this year. One of my good friends has been nice enough to share many of her
My husband likes to call my granola “world famous” which is pretty funny. It’s a super simple granola recipe that’s tried and true. I’ve been making it for a few years now and everyone that tries it loves it! If you have nut allergies you can easily omit the nuts and enjoy this delicious recipe! I’ve given this as gifts and my husband takes it
Hi friends, I hope this finds you well. It’s been a long time! Life has been busy to say the least. We added a new member to our family, Rocky. Our black and tan mini golden doodle. When we brought him home he was under 4 pounds. Now he’s nearly 10! He’s the best pup ever and we are all in love with him (at
Need a great starter for your day? Try this Panera inspired oatmeal at home. So simple to do and this one is a keeper. Happy Friday! PrintPanera Oatmeal at Home Ingredientsone cup of old fashioned oats one cup of milk dash of salt strawberries cinnamon maple syrupInstructionsBoil milk and salt. Add oatmeal and cook for about five minutes stirring occasionally. Top with strawberries, cinnamon and
I don’t know why exactly but homemade bread and crusts are intimidating to me. I always think they are too complicated or that it won’t turn out. (The exception is the No-Knead Bread), More often than not I use store bought dough but every now and then I think I should make my own, no more excuses! I got the recipe from Ms. Edie’s blog
Hi Friends! Thank you for joining us for this weekly link-up party where talented bloggers share inspiring home decor, DIY, gardening and cooking posts each week. Whether you’re linking up, or just here to take it all in, we’re so happy you’ve joined us. Before we reveal this week’s features, here’s what your hosts have been up to… Little Farmstead 12 Father’s Day Gift
Hi Friends! Thank you for joining us for this weekly link-up party where talented bloggers share inspiring home decor, DIY, gardening and cooking posts each week. Whether you’re linking up, or just here to take it all in, we’re so happy you’ve joined us. Before we reveal this week’s features, here’s what your hosts have been up to… Little Farmstead Simple Ideas For Your Farmhouse Table |
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