Monthly Archives: July 2011

Pepper & Cheese Puff Casserole

Okay, I don’t have a picture yet, and want to use a different grain than corn, but since I had it on hand and it worked, well…. here is my latest breakfast recipe, developed by yours truly; ME! *This is … Continue reading

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Ginger Ale & Friends

Okay, so this sounds like an intriguing story. It’s not…really! It’s not like somebody laughed out a nose-full of ginger ale, or got drunk of a really good batch or anything like that. I did see friends today, though. And … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Gluten-free and Any Diet

It has been simmering at the back of my mind to share these thoughts, much of which I have touched on in the past, but still so important. My husband went to the doctor a year or so ago and … Continue reading

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Friends From Florida

This past weekend we had some friends from Florida come for a visit. Ben and Tracy had decided to come visit family in North Carolina, and stopped at our place on the way. We only had 24 hours, but we … Continue reading

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Surprise, Surprise!~

Last night, after 8p.m., both the potential roofer and the new mattress for my hubby and I arrived. It was late, but we were thrilled to have a bed. We were maybe not so thrilled with the roofing estimate, but … Continue reading

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Saving Money; Towels

My thoughts on living well are to live poor. That does not mean moaning and groaning about not spending money on really nice things, it means cheerfully being a good steward of what you have. There are always things you … Continue reading

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Feed Sack Totes

I like making the most of what we have, and I have accumulated quite the pile of feed sacks of late. They have lot’s of uses, like trash bags and weed prevention in the garden, but my latest endeavor has … Continue reading

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