This is a little floral display I put together from Dollar Tree items. Everything is from Dollar Tree. It came to $11 total cost - 2 sprays of egg cattails (cut apart), 2 sprays of lilacs, 2 sprays of greenish flowers, 2 sprays yellow flowers, 1 metal bucket, 1 foam block, 1 bag moss (although … Continue reading Dollar Tree – spring floral display
I've started crafting a little here and there again, and I've realized something. Craft supplies are expensive! A new trend I've noticed is crafters buying supplies/repurposing items from Dollar Tree to keep costs down, and it works! I couldn't find any premade gnome gardens or fairy gardens online. I think due to their fragility that … Continue reading Dollar Tree – gnome garden
Friskee will be 11 years old in April.
Smidge will be 13 years old in March!
...when comparing oregano to cloves. LOL I ordered one pound of each (organic) from Amazon storefronts. This is a lot (A LOT) of oregano. Now I have to figure out a lot of recipes to make that use a lot of oregano...A LOT OF OREGANO.
Sahara Reign, 20 years old Twenty years ago, I gave birth to a little girl with a full head of jet black hair (seriously! she wore pigtails the first week she was born!). Now she's rolling into the 20s as a 20 year old. I can't believe that little baby turned 20 years old in … Continue reading Happy 20th birthday, Sahara!
We brought home 1800 pounds of pig feed, and then Ted had to fill the big gravity feeder with it all. It's not as simple as you'd think. First, the bags go into the tractor bucket (as many as will fit without spilling). Then Ted drives the tractor down the path through the woods to … Continue reading Feeding the pigs is a whole process