Monthly Archives: July 2010
Oooh, do I have some exciting stuff happening around here! Within the next few months, things are really going to take off here on the blog. I can’t share the details because I want it to be a surprise, but … Continue reading
Are you looking for ways to use up your summer squash? I have already made two huge pans of our favorite yellow squash casserole! Not only is squash an excellent source for vitamin C and manganese, but it even has … Continue reading
From time to time, I love to recommend good sermons or messages I hear that I believe will encourage others. Tim Conway is a pastor in San Antonio, TX that my husband had the privilege of sitting under during time … Continue reading
Yesterday, we briefly explored why I made the switch to non toxic cleaners. Today, I want to share with you some natural household cleaners that are very economical and safe for your family.
As I’ve mentioned before, I strive to be consistent across the board when it comes to being a good steward of my body, time, resources, etc. Over the past several years of research and learning, this has included making changes … Continue reading
This is a special weekend for Blane and me. We celebrate our 6th anniversary on Saturday! We will actually be officially celebrating over Labor Day Weekend when we can get away sans kids. This weekend, we get to enjoy another … Continue reading
I don’t know about where you live, but watermelons have been on sale here lately. We have already been through three four and I have two one more on our kitchen counter! We just love watermelon in our house!
I don’t know about you, but I love food fresh off the grill. The flavor, the smell…all makes for a wonderful summer-time meal. For Father’s Day, I grilled boneless pork chops and they were fantastic! I was never a fan … Continue reading
When the topic of organic or whole food shopping comes up, it’s often met with the lament, “It’s so expensive!” True, much of the organic fare that’s offered in stores is expensive. Ideally, we would like to have our own … Continue reading