One time I made marshmallows and there was a double boiler involved and that made me angry. Three different stages of temperature control and heating and cooling took place and by the end of it all, I decided I’d never, ever make them again. That is until the 5-minute homemade marshmallow came into my life.
Despite that fact that I’d rather be gardening, let’s face it, Christmas is upon us. I love the beautiful Advent season at hand, don’t get me wrong, but I begin to feel anxiety when my feet and hands haven’t touched the warm earth in too long and (shutter) it’s not even the first day of
Christmas Liturgy, By Stuart Homeschooling our kids has made me think a lot about some big questions. I’ve typically never been one to go with the flow for the sake of going with the flow. So, when we decided to homeschool I had to wrestle with some why and what questions. It turns out that
Me and Pinterest have a love/hate relationship. Especially at this crazy-busy time in life. While I appreciate Pinterest’s motivating creativity and attention to style, I tend to easily feel overwhelmed and under-capable of actually ‘doing’ the crafts that I ‘pin’. Sure, that tree house made out of recycled cardboard, chewed bubble gum, and bent coat